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The Manor House, Mill Lane, Legbourne

Mill Lane, Legbourne, nr Louth, Lincs, LN11 8LT

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Plans have been approved for an exclusive courtyard of just six architect-designed 4 and 5 bedroom luxury homes.

Set around a secure cul de sac in the grounds of the old Manor House, award-winning Cyden Homes will be contructing these homes to their exacting standards and high specification.

This development will qualify for the Government's hugely successful Help to Buy scheme whereby 100% of the home can be purchased at 80% of the asking price for qualifying buyers.  

The homes will be released when the sales office opens in 2018

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The Manor House on Mill Lane in Legborne is situated off the A157 some 4 kms to the South East of Louth, the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Louth is some 40 kms from Lincoln and is 25 kms south of Grimsby.

The quiet village of Legbourne offers a Post Office and general store, an historic church, a well-regarded nature reserve and a community centre shared with Little Cawthorpe. The local East Wolds Primary School along with a pre-school and nursery are available in the village.

Historic Louth stretches from traces of the Stone Age, through to important Bronze Age, Roman, Saxon and Medieval remains. Its importance as a religious centre and agricultural market town is reflected in the historic architecture across the town. Alfred Lord Tennyson was educated in the town and Hubbard’s Hills is unique parkland to the west of the town. The Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty borders the western fringe of the town and some 10kms across the Lincolnshire Marshes to the east, lies the understated Lincolnshire coastline with its miles of open sandy beaches and creeks.

The town of Louth offers a superb range of High Street and individual shopping, some excellent schooling, the extensive Meridian Leisure Centre, thriving football, golf, tennis and bowling clubs, the well-supported Riverhead Theatre and a County Hospital with an A & E department. The town also offers a wide and excellent range of restaurants, public houses and churches for all major faiths.  

A short drive away across the Lincolnshire Wolds is the county town of Lincoln, with its wide range of shopping, supermarkets and community services. Lincoln mainline railway station is some 40 kms to the south west. The A16 connects Grimsby to the north with Boston to the South.

Whilst you can enjoy a variety of countryside pursuits around The Manor House, there are also a range of walks within easy reach of the development.