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Register your interest in Hillside Green today! 

If you dream of living in a beautiful home, with a luxurious interior in a sought-after location, then it could all be yours at Hillside Green through the option of shared ownership.

Perfectly located in the historic village of Harthill, Hillside Green will be an exclusive development of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes built to traditionally high standards and designed with modern living in mind. From the light and airy interiors that offer plenty of space to work, play and relax in style to the superior specification that comes as standard, Hillside Green really is the perfect place to call home.


Harthill is a small village with all the benefits of a semi-rural location yet offering easy access to an extensive range of amenities in the neighbouring town of Worksop which is just 5 miles away. The major cities of Chesterfield, Rotherham and Sheffield can also be easily reached and the M1 and M18 are right on the doorstep.

Limited plots available

The Langley is a lovely three bedroom mews style home offering a spacious open-plan kitchen, dining area and lounge, with French doors leading to the patio area and rear garden. On the ground floor you will also find a WC cloakroom. The first floor is home to three well-appointed bedrooms and a modern bathroom with thermostatic shower. The driveway allows for off-road parking for two cars. 

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You might think shared ownership isn’t for you, think again…

Shared ownership is another way for you to buy your own home. You buy a percentage, and pay rent on the rest. We own part of it, but it’s your home and you decide what to do with it and when to sell.

Buying a percentage means a smaller deposit and smaller mortgage, more importantly it gets you on the property ladder sooner or allows you to downsize at a time that works for you and works in a way where you can buy shares to work towards owning 100% in the future. You’re in complete control.

Shared ownership can be confusing and not many people know that it can be an option for anyone, regardless of your circumstances. With rising house prices and people feeling the prospect of buying is a step too far, shared ownership is more relevant than ever.

First time buyers

Shared ownership is a great option for first-time buyers. The smaller deposit makes getting on the ladder easier and sooner for lots of people.

Over 55

If you’re retired and looking to downsize, but don’t want to reinvest as much of your savings into another property, shared ownership is worth thinking about. The smaller mortgage and deposit frees up money for other things, and you’ll still have the security of owning your own home.

Not knowing where to start…

Our sales team are here to help and are available Monday to Friday to answer your queries and update you on upcoming developments.

Get the facts

You can find out all you need to about shared ownership here


What will we do with your information?

* We use the information you give us to record your interest in one of our properties and assess your suitability.  You will be advised of any restrictions in suitability, i.e. you are over the age of 55 during your initial enquiry request. If you have any questions, or if you need help progressing your interest, we are happy to help. Just call us on 0345 305 5335.

Information provided by you on this form will be stored on Johnnie Johnson Housing computer systems and used for the sole purposes of recording your interest in one of our properties. If you have agreed to be added onto our communications list, you will also be contacted if there are any future properties available in your area. If as a result of your initial enquiry, you become a resident, any information given will be stored against your rent account. Our obligations as a landlord give us a legal basis to request and process all of the information you provide. It is required in order to assess your housing need, safeguard you and others, meet our regulatory requirements and comply with UK law