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Lambcote Meadows Sales & Information Centre is located off Grange Lane, Maltby S66 7DN. The Show Homes available to view are The Bentley, a 4 bedroom detached home, and The Stratton II, a 5 bedroom detached home. Contact us today to book your appointment and let us help you buy your dream home.

Monday 13:00 - 17:00

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday Closed

Thursday 10:00 - 17:00

Friday 10:00 - 17:00

Saturday 11:00 - 17:00

Sunday 11:00 - 17:00

Let us help with £10,000* TOWARDS MOVING COSTS! Available on Plot 1, The Barbridge & Plot 10, The Banbury, both 4 bed homes!

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If you dream of living in a beautiful home, with a high quality interior in a sought-after location, it can all be yours at Lambcote Meadows. This stunning development offering a range of 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes will bring 100 new homes to the South Yorkshire town of Maltby.

New homes at Lambcote Meadows

Whether you’re a young professional, growing family or looking to downsize Lambcote Meadows has something for everyone with a superb choice of homes. The interiors of these traditional homes have been designed with ample room for work, play and leisure while their diverse range of external finishes create an identity of their own.

Living in Maltby

Offering the best of both worlds, Lambcote Meadows benefits from a picturesque location whilst offering easy access to an extensive range of local amenities in the neighbouring Maltby and Rotherham. 

There are excellent transport links, providing residents with convenient access to major road networks. The nearby M18 motorway with links to the M1 and A1 are within easy reach to both Sheffield and Rotherham. These well-connected transport links enhance convenience, allowing residents to easily explore neighbouring towns, access amenities, and take advantage of the wider road and rail network in the region. With train links from Doncaster to London King Cross averaging 1 hour 45mins. Find out more about The Local Area & Amenities.

Helping Hand Scheme

Let us give you a helping hand. Tailor-made packages to help you get moving! 

Click HERE to learn more about this exciting opportunity.

Why Buy A New Home?

​Location, specification, affordability: there are many fantastic reasons to buy a Jones home. Find out more about the Benefits of Buying a Jones Home.

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  • Reserved - Early Bird

House Types

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  • The Baycliffe I

    3 bedroom semi-detached

  • The Bayswater

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Birch - Starter Home

    3 bedroom semi-detached

  • The Baycliffe II

    3 bedroom semi-detached

  • The Banbury

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Bentley

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Barbridge

    4 bedroom detached home

  • The Stratton II

    5 bedroom detached home

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**Management access only.
These details are prepared for the guidance of prospective purchasers and do not form part of any contract. Furthermore Jones Homes reserve the right to vary details from time to time as may be necessary.

Buying Schemes

Available Buying Schemes

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Agency Assist

Agency Assist*

We'll pay your estate agent fees

*Selected plots only. Please click here for full terms and conditions.Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your morgage.
Agency Assist

Agency Assist

We have a number of purchasers who are using our Agency Assist scheme and we are now helping them to sell their current home.

If you have decided on the perfect Jones home but still have to sell your existing property, then why not let us help you along the way with our superb Agency Assist scheme. Our Agency Assist scheme helps you buy and sell with confidence. We’ll help you sell your current home and even pay up to £3,000 towards your estate agent fees.

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Local Area

Explore The Local Area & Amenities

Maltby offers all the amenities of a town but still retains the warmth and community feel of a village – something which is appealing to many people looking at new homes in Sheffield, Doncaster or Rotherham.

Maltby sprang from an ancient settlement which was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086.

The place was then known as Maltebi, meaning Malti’s homestead or village in Old Norse, and had 18 households but has now grown into a thriving town which is home to over 16,000 people.

Today, there’s a choice of well-regarded primary schools, while secondary education is provided within the town at Maltby Academy in Braithwell Road. Sixth form provision is offered at Post 16 MLT, which is based across two campuses, at Maltby Academy and at Sir Thomas Wharton Academy in Edlington.

When it comes to leisure pursuits, the town has plenty to offer. For those who want to exercise indoors there is Maltby Leisure Centre, which is open seven days a week, and has a swimming pool, a gym, a studio for fitness classes, a sports hall and a cafe for well-deserved post-workout treats.

People who like to exercise outside have a number of public green open spaces to choose from, including popular Coronation Park, which has tennis courts, a bowling green, a multi-use games area, grassy parkland and a children’s play area.

Those interested in the arts can indulge their passion at the Wesley Centre, which is home to live music, shows and events. Maltby Musical Theatre Group is based there and also runs ‘Maltby Minors’ – a group open to young people between the ages of nine and 21.

The bustling town centre has a range of shops, cafes and pubs with Aldi and Tesco supermarkets on hand for the all-important weekly shop. 

Those in need of serious retail therapy can get their fix with a trip to Meadowhall in Sheffield – Yorkshire’s biggest shopping centre. The huge complex has more than 250 shops, 50 places to eat and drink and an 11-screen cinema.

An historic local landmark well worth a visit is Conisbrough Castle, which dates from the 12th Century and is just five miles away. The castle, which inspired Sir Walter Scott’s romantic novel Ivanhoe, is open daily. Its well-preserved keep offers a fascinating insight into history and dramatic views of the surrounding countryside, while there are also grassed areas where families can enjoy a picnic and children can let off steam.

When it comes to road links, Maltby is incredibly well connected as it lies between two motorways: the M18, which leads onto the A1(M) northbound and to the M1 southbound just two miles away, while the A1(M) is just five miles in the opposite direction.

For travelling further afield by train, Sheffield railway station has direct services to a host of destinations, including London St Pancras and Edinburgh Waverley, while Doncaster railway station has trains to London Kings Cross.

If you’re looking at new homes in Sheffield, Doncaster or Rotherham, Maltby could be the perfect place for you. To enjoy the benefits of living in this thriving South Yorkshire town with a village feel, find out more about our properties for sale at Lambcote Meadows.

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