New Build Homes & Properties For Sale In Lincolnshire

Renaissance - New Homes in Grimsby

Grimsby - Renaissance

Humberston Avenue, New Waltham, North East Lincolnshire DN36 4GZ

1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 4 & 5 bedroom houses
Prices from £99,950

de Aston Park - New Homes in Market Rasen

Market Rasen - de Aston Park

Willingham Road, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire LN8 3TH

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Prices from £109,950

Freshney Green - New Homes in Grimsby

Grimsby - Freshney Green

Little Coates Road, Grimsby, Lincolnshire DN34 4HT

2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses
Prices from £114,950

Oasis - New Homes in Lincoln

Lincoln - Oasis

Carholme Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN1 1BE

2 bedroom apartments
Prices from £135,950

The Brambles - New Homes in Stamford

Stamford - The Brambles

Belvior Close, Stamford, Lincolnshire PE9 2XY

4 bedroom houses
Prices from £300,000

Please browse our new homes in Lincolnshire that are current, coming soon and subject to planning by using the links above. Developments can be seen on a map view by clicking here.

Largely rural, interspersed with pretty market towns and buzzing seaside resorts, Lincolnshire feels like a summer retreat. However, it has a growing university, a well-established service sector and an outstanding education system.

Education
Most large villages in Lincolnshire have primary schools while secondary education is found in larger towns and cities. Lincolnshire still uses the Eleven Plus to select pupils for grammar school education, so most towns have both grammar and comprehensive schools. Lincoln University is growing in recognition particularly in the fields of media, technology and humanities.

Culture and Tourism
Lincolnshire is full of stately homes, manors and castles, once the rural escapes of the gentry. The best include Thornton Abbey, Harlaxton Manor, Tattershall Castle and Belton House.

The city of Lincoln has a picture-perfect old town and a 900-year-old cathedral.

However, the main pull factor to Lincolnshire is the coast, with resorts such as Skegness, Chapel St. Leonards and Mablethorpe all appealing to people in search of traditional British seaside fun and frolics.

The pace of life in Lincolnshire is relaxed and self-sustaining and the overall quality of life is good.