New Houses For Sale in Lincolnshire

A county rich in English heritage

Whether you’re looking for a village or city lifestyle, or excellent commuting networks, our homes in Lincolnshire are perfectly located, energy efficient and stylishly finished.

Why make Lincolnshire your home?

Lincolnshire’s country setting and scenic charm are perfect for those seeking a quiet and relaxed pace of life. The county is well known for its rural marshlands such as the Fens, and the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.

Steeped in history, Lincolnshire is home to a wealth of stunning, stone-built properties and stately homes, including Thornton Abbey, Tattershall Castle and Belton House. In the beautiful market town of Lincoln, you can also visit the 900-year-old cathedral that was commissioned by the first Norman King of England, William the Conqueror.

Thanks to its breathtaking, natural scenery, outdoor pursuits are highly popular in Lincolnshire, including cycling, walking and horse riding. There is also a range of country sports to explore, such as shooting and fishing. Of course, one of the main pull factors 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.

Lincolnshire has an outstanding education system; most large villages have primary schools while great secondary education - including grammar and comprehensive schooling - can be found in larger towns and cities. For older students, Lincoln University is growing in recognition particularly in the fields of media, technology and humanities.

Getting in, around and out of Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire benefits from excellent travel links. You’ll find several major northern cities are less than 90 minutes’ drive from the county, including Doncaster and Sheffield via the A57 (1 hour and 1 hour 20 minutes respectively), and Leeds via the A1 (1 hour and 40 minutes).

If travelling by rail, services run from many Lincolnshire towns. From Lincoln train station, you’ll find direct services to Newark (30 minutes), Grimsby (55 minutes), Doncaster (1 hour), Nottingham (1 hour) and Sheffield (1 hour 20 min). A train journey to London is just two hours, great for weekend outings in the capital.

For those travelling abroad for business or leisure, the closest airport is Humberside Airport which can be reached in around 50 minutes by car and provides services to several European countries. Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport is only an hours’ drive from Lincoln with flights to UK and European destinations, as well as several cities in the US and Canada.

For a greater selection of flights, Birmingham Airport can be accessed via A46 (a 2 hour drive), and both Stansted and Luton Airports are just over two hours by car via the A1.

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