£242,495 - £349,995
4 bedroom properties
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More information about Newton's Place...
Your dream 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in Grantham awaits. As a resident living here, you'll be located in a now established community near outstanding schooling options, whilst the town centre is a 20-minute walk away. This setting will appeal to you, especially if you commute regularly to London or Nottingham, which are accessible within an hour's train ride from Grantham Train Station.For everyday essentials, there's a Tesco Express in Barrowby and if you're looking to do your weekly shop, Asda, Morrison's and Sainsbury's can all be found in Grantham. The town centre is home to a good range of high street shops and also holds a traditional Saturday market with a variety of stalls selling everything from local fruit and vegetables to fresh fish caught on the Lincolnshire coast.Grantham's Fun Farm Entertainment Centre is an excellent choice for hours of fun with the whole family. With ball pools, slides and climbing frames, the little ones are catered for whilst the grown-ups can enjoy the range of refreshments on offer. Grantham is also in a commutable distance to a variety of attractions nearby in Lincoln and Nottingham. Including plenty of shopping options in both and tremendous history to explore. Newtons Place is ideally located with good transport links like the A1 junction to the north and south are easily accessible as well as the A52. Grantham is on the East Coast Main Line with trains to Peterborough and London, which you can reach in less than two hours.
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