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Horncastle Rise

2 and 3 bedroom properties
Thimbleby Hill, Horncastle, Lincolnshire

 
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A new development of traditionally built two and three bedroom bungalows situated in the market town of Horncastle, on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Situated off Thimbleby Hill, Horncastle Rise is a new development of traditionally built bungalows set in the attractive, vibrant Lincolnshire market town of Horncastle. Historic Horncastle is famous for its antique shops. A selection of cafes, tea rooms, pubs and several restaurants cater for most culinary tastes. There are plenty of quirky independent shops and second-hand bookstores in which to search out a bargain.

Medical facilities in Horncastle include the War Memorial Hospital, the Horncastle Medical Group and the Horncastle Dental Surgery.

The A158 runs west-east, joining the city of Lincoln and the popular seaside town of Skegness. The A153 joins Horncastle to Louth in the north and Sleaford and Grantham in the south, from where commuters can join the A1 providing easy access to the north and south of England.

The nearby village of Metheringham has a direct rail service to Peterborough on the East Coast main line which has direct trains to London and to Edinburgh.

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