Navenby is a charming Lincolnshire village, lying 8 miles south of the bustling city of Lincoln and consists of a wonderful mix of traditional stone period properties and modern, quality houses and bungalows. The centre of the village is a conservation area and has many lovely listed properties giving both charm and character to this rural setting. Rated in 2018 by The Sunday Times as one of the top rural locations in Britain to live, this is one of the most popular ‘South Cliff’ villages attracting interest from buyers all around the UK.
Eleanor Gardens is positioned in a quiet residential area to the eastern boundary of the village and consists of a mix of 45 houses and 13 bungalows, all three or four bedroom stylish modern homes.
The village which has a thriving, busy and engaging community has an excellent range of food and local amenities, including an award winning butcher and bakery, an antiques centre, a doctor’s surgery, a pharmacy, a post office, public houses, take away food outlets and restaurants. In the nearby historic city of Lincoln, extensive shopping, restaurants, entertainment and social activities can be found along with a Cathedral, a Castle and a delightful medieval quarter that the whole family can explore.
Navenby is perfect for families: it is served by its own primary school (rated outstanding by OFSTED) and there are secondary schools in nearby Lincoln, Welbourn, North Hykeham and Sleaford, whilst Lincoln provides higher education colleges and two universities.
These new homes will be located close to the main playing fields which include football and cricket pitches as well as the Venue – the Community Hall. The Viking Way runs through the village which has many other footpaths to be explored.
The development is well situated providing excellent commuter links to Lincoln and the North, the A46 and A1 and to Newark and Grantham both of which link to London King’s Cross with high speed rail connections.
Register your interest today in these beautiful family homes situated in the sought after village of Navenby.