New Homes in Lincoln
A city in the that comes with a rich history, Lincoln is the county town of . Around an hour’s drive from major cities in the area like and , new builds in Lincoln are around 25 miles from to the south and a similar distance to in the opposite direction.
From cathedrals and castles to museums, art galleries and charming cobbled streets, you’ve also got local attractions like Hartsholme Country Park and Boultham Park. Whether you want to live close to the city centre or in a town like on the outskirts, you can see our developments closest to Lincoln below.
Live the Lincoln life
If you want to enjoy a relaxed pace of life but still retain the convenience of city living, buying a house in Lincoln could be the perfect move. We’re here to help your next step go as smoothly as possible with offers such as our Part Exchange initiative, where we could act as a guaranteed buyer on your existing home, removing any estate agent fees at the same time.
Things to see and do in Lincoln
From the city’s 11th-century castle and Gothic cathedral to its charming architecture and great museums and galleries, Lincoln is steeped in history and culture. The Museum of Lincolnshire Life is well worth a visit, along with the Collection, which houses archaeological exhibits and art.
Lincoln offers lots of ways to stretch your legs. Whether you’re going for a gentle stroll across one of the local commons or along the historic Steep Hill with its independent shops and tea rooms, or exploring Hartsholme Country Park, Whisby Nature Park and Greetwell Hollow Nature Reserve. Catch a show at the Drill Hall arts venue, amble through the quaint Lincoln Arboretum and relax by the lake in Boultham Park on a sunny day.
There are plenty of good schools in the local area for your children, including one of Lincolnshire’s top-ranked primaries, St Faith and St Martin CofE, which is close to the city centre. Westgate Academy is another good central option, while St Peter-in-Eastgate CofE is steps from the cathedral and rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
If you live in the catchment area for the Priory Academy south of the city centre, then your kids could continue their education at an outstanding secondary school. William Farr CofE is another outstanding option a few miles north of town, while Lincoln Minster School is an all-through independent in the heart of the city.
Lincoln transport links
From inner-city bus routes to park and ride services, bikes for hire and local taxis, there are plenty of ways to get around. Lincoln’s central train station is on St Mary’s Street with services to Nottingham, for example, taking around 50 minutes. Several A-roads also serve the city, including the north to south A15, the A46, the A57 and the A158.
The Lincoln property scene
Lincoln has been enjoying a property boom in recent years, with prices rising at more than three times the national rate. This means that now is the time to snap up great properties such as the 3 and 4 bedroom semi and detached homes you can find next to Apex Lake on the south-western outskirts of town.
Wherever you want to live, make sure you ask your adviser about offers such as our Movemaker scheme when you enquire today. With these great deals, we could help to save you thousands of pounds in extra costs when you move.
Help to Buy LincolnIn Lincoln you can take advantage of Help to Buy East Midlands if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy East Midlands page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move