New Homes in Lincolnshire
Make the move
Located in the east of England, Lincolnshire is the second largest county in England, with great countryside, a historic city and lovely market towns.
With all this, buying a new home in Lincolnshire is a great choice for all.
Things to see and do
Head to the coast and visit the popular seaside resort – Skegness. Here you can enjoy the beach, visit the pier or enjoying one of the town’s other attractions.
You’ll also find a selection of other beaches to choose from, with coastal locations like Cleethorpes, Grimsby and Mablethorpe in Lincolnshire.
The city of Lincoln has excellent history and heritage, which can be seen in its castle, cathedral and Cathedral Quarter. You’ll also find great shopping with a wide selection of independent boutiques and high street shops throughout. Lincoln also has great restaurants, bars and entertainment to suit every taste.
The Fens are a lovely part of Lincolnshire, where you’ll find lots of walking and cycling opportunities.
Whereas The Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for over 40 years, offers further places to explore.
There are several schools in the area giving parents and children plenty of choice. The University of Lincoln is an option for those wanting to study at higher education.
Lincolnshire has great transport links around the UK.
By road it is just two hours from London. Main routes into the county are via the A1, M1 and M180.
Lincoln Railway Station is on St Mary’s Street and in easy walking distance of the city and all its attractions. Direct connections are provided by East Midlands Trains, East Coast and Northern Rail. Services operate daily to Peterborough (one hour and 16 minutes), Nottingham (53 minutes), Leicester (one hour and 46 minutes), Sheffield (one hour and 21 minutes), Doncaster (52 minutes), Peterborough (one hour and 20 minutes) and London (two hours and four minutes).
If you are arriving by air, Lincolnshire is located within easy travelling distance of three major airports: Robin Hood (one hour and 25 minutes), Humberside Airport (just over 40 minutes) and East Midlands (one hour and 45 minutes).