New Homes in Lincolnshire
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A county in the that boasts a large stretch of North Sea coastline, Lincolnshire also shares a boundary with the , , and . It also has a brief 20-yard meeting with , in what is England’s shortest county border.
From county town with its cathedral, castle and museums, to the Lincolnshire Wolds, National Trust properties and swathes of beaches and seaside towns along the coast, there’s lots to do and see across the county. So don’t wait around and browse our developments in Lincolnshire below.
Living in Lincolnshire
A diverse county with an array of urban and rural landscapes, Lincolnshire has a great selection of property to suit all tastes and budgets. What’s more, we could help you secure that dream home in this part of the country through offers like our Part Exchange scheme. With this, we could buy your existing home from you, allowing you to move with the minimum of fuss.
Things to see and do in Lincolnshire
From cathedrals and castles to museums, country parks and spectacular nature reserves, there are so many different things to see and do across Lincolnshire. The North Sea coast is littered with sandy beaches, pleasure piers, golf courses and beauty spots like the Saltfleetby-Theddlethorpe Dunes. Meanwhile, the kids will love a trip to amusement parks such as Fantasy Island just north of Skegness.
Inland, the Lincolnshire Wolds are incredibly popular for scenic walks and bike rides, while Lincoln is packed with history and culture. With offerings like the Drill Hall theatre and arts centre, the Museum of Lincolnshire Life and a majestic castle, this area is also home to Doddington Hall, Whisby Nature Park and the family-friendly Fun Farm Lincoln.
There are lots of excellent schools across Lincolnshire, with St Faith and St Martin Church of England Junior School among the best options for younger children. Sleaford’s Cranwell Primary, Bourne Westfield Primary Academy and Tydd St Mary CofE in Wibech are all rated as outstanding by Ofsted. The same can be said for Market Rasen’s Caistor Grammar School, Kesteven and Grantham Girls’ School, Priory Academy in Lincoln and Grantham’s King’s School, giving you lots of options across the county.
Transport links in Lincolnshire
A large and predominantly rural county, the easiest way to get around Lincolnshire is often to use the region’s network of A roads. Major centres like Lincoln, Grantham, Boston and Skegness all have train stations, while local bus routes are also handy if you want to use public transport. The unspoilt nature of the county is helped by its lack of motorways, but those who find themselves isolated can take advantage of council-run community transport schemes.
The Lincolnshire property market
With big things expected of the Lincolnshire property market in the coming years, buying a home in the area makes sense for so many reasons. There’s usually a good stock of housing available across the county, which can be a great place to buy if you want to enjoy more space in and around your home.
For modern living, don’t miss stunning developments like Newton’s Place in Grantham. And for some support from the Government with your purchase, the Help to Buy in the East of England scheme is available to many homebuyers.