The Oaks is a fabulous Lovell Homes development of two, three and four bedroom homes for sale in Lincolnshire at the beautiful village of Greylees. Set in a rural town this development is perfect for settling down or just starting out.
In a beautiful parkland setting south of Lincoln, you will find Greylees, part of Rauceby, an ancient settlement whose name harks back to the old Danelaw.
The Oaks development in Greylees is an architecturally charming development of 36 homes designed to compliment neighbouring properties.
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Greylees is a hop and skip from Rauceby railway station, which is on the old 'Poacher Line', with regular trains from Nottingham, Grantham, and Sleaford.
This desirable village boasts a Church of England primary school, the sensitively restored Bustard Inn, and a village hall which hosts a lively social scene with events planned throughout the year.
Around our beautiful Lincolnshire new builds, the 'Stepping Out Walks' give you access to miles of lovely countryside; alternatively you can play a round of golf, or relax in a spa; visit the Cranwell Heritage Aviation Museum; or learn about traditional flour milling at Coggleshill Mill.
Only a short drive - or train ride - away from our stunning property for sale in Lincolnshire, you'll find the historic market town of Sleaford has all the facilities you need, including three secondary schools, and three weekly markets held in the shadow of the fine church of St. Denys.
And, appropriately, for a town famed for its navigation history, a converted warehouse on the banks of the River Slea is home to the renowned National Centre for Craft & Design.
The City of Lincoln is only 20 miles away with all it has to offer in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment. The Engine Shed, on Brayford Waterfront, is the largest live entertainment venue in the county, and there is plenty of retail therapy to be found in and around the city to suit every taste and budget, including the famous Christmas markets.
There is no shortage of things to do - for aviation buffs you are in the land of the Dambusters and the Red Arrows; for those captivated by wildlife, the Rauceby Warren is on the doorstep; and, for history enthusiasts, the grand houses of Belton, Belvoir and Burghley are all within easy reach.
You're not just buying a home when you move to Greylees: you will become part of a vibrant, welcoming community, whatever your age or stage of life is.
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