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Over 30? Your perfect home is probably in the county, say Lincolnshire estate agents

The Telegraph recently published an article on the 'four ages of home ownership', which are reportedly defined by house prices, salary and desire. Lincolnshire estate agents, including Winkworth, will have noticed that thee of the four 'ages' involved moving to the countryside, the coast or at very least, a less urban town. The 'ages' ranged from 25-30, 30-45, 45-60 and 60 plus, with the latter three all wanting to swap a city-style life for more rural pastures. Properties for sale in Lincolnshire offer the fresh air and pastoral charm that so many buyers crave once they hit their 30s so it's a county that must be considered in any property search. Winkworth Lincolnshire estate agents always have available property for sale, with the county enjoying a fantastically beautiful interior as well as stunning stretch of coastline. Here's our guide to some of Lincolnshire's areas and the property for sale: Village life near Lincoln city It's no surprise that as a county of agricultural riches, fields are a plenty. Many of the villages located around Lincoln are blessed with panoramic farm views yet are set less than five miles from the centre of Lincoln. Reepham, Fiskerton, Cherry Willingham and Nettleham are just some of the village locations that appeal to families who like to be within striking distance of the cathedral city. Expect to find spacious bungalows, more modern family homes and some listed residences with bags of period charm. Substantial living in Lincolnshire If size matters, then Lincolnshire estate agents Winkworth can help. We are privileged to handle the sale of some magnificent country estates and larger dwellings. Those moving from London and the south east, will find their budgets buy them much more bricks and mortar, with the added bonus of land and outbuildings with many purchases. Some of our properties for sale in Grantham and the surrounding villages, including Manthorpe, Caythorpe, Harrowby, Hanby and Lower Bitchfield, feature equestrian and leisure facilities. Castle Bytham and Ashby de la Launde are also locations renowned for their substantial properties. Rural country charm Choose the right property for sale in Lincolnshire and you can completely escape the rat race. Whether your desire is to look out over open fields or have no immediate neighbours, Lincolnshire is a county that offers peace and tranquillity. We regularly take on houses for sale in Woolsthorpe by Belvoir, Haconby, Great Ponton and Colsertworth in rural and semi-rural settings, complete with panoramic countryside views. Character properties While the county is no stranger to house building, some of the most coveted properties for sale in Lincolnshire are period and character homes. The county's agricultural heritages means there's a wealth of farm buildings and barns that have been sympathetically converted into residential dwellings, as well as some stunning original stone-built properties and listed buildings. Check out the housing stock in Folkingham, Morton, Hanthorpe and Skillington. If you are looking for a change in lifestyle, setting and pace, please contact Winkworth today for details of properties for sale in Lincolnshire.

The Telegraph recently published an article on the 'four ages of home ownership', which are reportedly defined by house prices, salary and desire. Lincolnshire estate agents, including Winkworth, will have noticed that thee of the four 'ages' involved moving to the countryside, the coast or at very least, a less urban town.

The 'ages' ranged from 25-30, 30-45, 45-60 and 60 plus, with the latter three all wanting to swap a city-style life for more rural pastures. Properties for sale in Lincolnshire offer the fresh air and pastoral charm that so many buyers crave once they hit their 30s so it's a county that must be considered in any property search. Winkworth Lincolnshire estate agents always have available property for sale, with the county enjoying a fantastically beautiful interior as well as stunning stretch of coastline.

Here's our guide to some of Lincolnshire's areas and the property for sale:

Village life near Lincoln city

It's no surprise that as a county of agricultural riches, fields are a plenty. Many of the villages located around Lincoln are blessed with panoramic farm views yet are set less than five miles from the centre of Lincoln. Reepham, Fiskerton, Cherry Willingham and Nettleham are just some of the village locations that appeal to families who like to be within striking distance of the cathedral city. Expect to find spacious bungalows, more modern family homes and some listed residences with bags of period charm.

Substantial living in Lincolnshire

If size matters, then Lincolnshire estate agents Winkworth can help. We are privileged to handle the sale of some magnificent country estates and larger dwellings. Those moving from London and the south east, will find their budgets buy them much more bricks and mortar, with the added bonus of land and outbuildings with many purchases. Some of our properties for sale in Grantham and the surrounding villages, including Manthorpe, Caythorpe, Harrowby, Hanby and Lower Bitchfield, feature equestrian and leisure facilities. Castle Bytham and Ashby de la Launde are also locations renowned for their substantial properties.

Rural country charm

Choose the right property for sale in Lincolnshire and you can completely escape the rat race. Whether your desire is to look out over open fields or have no immediate neighbours, Lincolnshire is a county that offers peace and tranquillity. We regularly take on houses for sale in Woolsthorpe by Belvoir, Haconby, Great Ponton and Colsertworth in rural and semi-rural settings, complete with panoramic countryside views.

Character properties

While the county is no stranger to house building, some of the most coveted properties for sale in Lincolnshire are period and character homes. The county's agricultural heritages means there's a wealth of farm buildings and barns that have been sympathetically converted into residential dwellings, as well as some stunning original stone-built properties and listed buildings. Check out the housing stock in Folkingham, Morton, Hanthorpe and Skillington.

If you are looking for a change in lifestyle, setting and pace, please contact Winkworth today for details of properties for sale in Lincolnshire.



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