New homes in Lincolnshire
Live the life
The county of Lincolnshire is found in the east of England. With various beaches, market towns and lovely countryside, buying a new home in Lincolnshire is a great choice.
Things to see and do
Lincolnshire has a rich heritage and history which can be discovered across the county. See where Sir Isaac Newton and his famous apple tree lived with a visit to Woolsthorpe Manor, while Gainsborough Old Hall is a preserved medieval manor house. Explore the gardens of Doddington Hall and admire Alford Manor House, the country’s largest thatched manor house.
There are also various museums in Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Aviation Centre, the Museum of RAF Firefighting and the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, are just some of the choices to explore when you move here.
Lincolnshire is home to one of Britain’s most popular seaside resorts; Skegness. With its traditional pier and long sandy stretches, it really is a highlight of the area. Further seaside fun can be enjoyed at locations like Mablethorpe, Cleethorpes and Grimsby.
The city of Lincoln will welcome you with cobbled streets, Roman ruins and great shopping. Colourful Steep Hill has been crowned ‘Britain’s best street’ and is filled with independent boutiques, coffee houses, fudge parlours and vintage stores.
Lincoln Castle is filled with history dating back to 1068, and is home to one of just four surviving copies of Magna Carta. Lincoln Cathedral is another great place to check out; commissioned by William the Conqueror it’s filled with beautiful carvings and art.
Lincoln is just as lively at night. Admire the Floodlit Cathedral and Castle before trying out one of Lincoln’s traditional pubs or restaurants. Waterside drinks can be enjoyed at Brayford Waterfront, while a selection of bars to suit every taste can be found across the city.
There are a wide variety of schools for children of all ages throughout Lincolnshire, making all areas great for families.
Lincolnshire has great transport across the country.
London can be reached in two hours from Lincolnshire. The M1, M180 and A1 are some of the major routes into the county.
Those travelling by train will find Lincolnshire easy to reach. Lincoln Railway Station is located on St Mary’s Street and there are direct connections provided by Northern Rail, East Coast and East Midlands Trains. Daily services to surrounding areas are quick and efficient with Doncaster reached in 52 minutes, Nottingham in 53 minutes, Peterborough in one hour and 16 minute and Sheffield in one hour and 21 minutes.
There are three major airports nearby; Humberside Airport is around 40 minutes away by road, Robin Hood airport can be reached in around one hour and 25 minutes, while East Midlands takes around one hour and 45 minutes to reach.