Lovell has revealed plans for a £7.7 million development of family homes for open market sale in a village location just outside Sleaford in Lincolnshire.
The scheme will create 36 high-quality two-, three- and four-bedroom houses on land off The Crescent and Roxburgh Drive at Greylees.
Lovell expects to begin work by Spring 2018 on the new development which will be within three miles of the busy market town of Sleaford. The new homes are the latest to be built through the successful redevelopment of the grounds of the former Rauceby Hospital.
“We’re looking forward to starting work on these desirable new homes which will significantly extend choice for local homebuyers in this highly convenient location,” says Lovell regional managing director Robert Adams. “We’ll be offering a range of beautifully designed properties, suitable for people at all stages of the housing ladder, from first-time buyers to those looking for a ‘forever’ family home.”
Homes have been sensitively designed to complement existing properties and will employ a traditional mix of brickwork, stone, render and slate grey tiles, reflecting the traditional character of homes in nearby Rauceby. Hedgerows and trees along the boundary of the development will be retained and reinforced with new planting of native species.
The development is within easy reach of the A15 and A17, while for rail commuters, Rauceby train station is less than a mile away. Sleaford’s larger rail station is just over three miles away and offers regular services to Peterborough, Lincoln, Nottingham, Grantham and Skegness.
Call Lovell now on 0113 202 2200 to register your early interest in the new homes for sale and for updates regarding the development.
The Greylees scheme is the latest in a series of land-led residential developments secured by Lovell’s Eastern regional business over the past six months. They include a 147-home, £30 million waterside residential development at Doncaster Lakeside in south Yorkshire; The Coppice, a £12 million development of 47 homes at Chapel-en-le-Frith in the Derbyshire Peak District and The Spires, a £13.2 million, 73-home scheme at Branston, near Lincoln.