Located in the Midlands, Lincolnshire itself is located in the east of the country, with a costal border and boasts some beautiful villages combined with some of the lowest house prices in the country.
Tealby and Walesby
Tealby and Walesby are located in the Market Rasen area of Lincolnshire, situated on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds and arguably the two most beautiful villages in the county and are full of countryside charm. Tealby has a population, recorded in the 2011 census, of 593 and is noted largely for the d’Eyncourt family who donated the village hall and school to the village. The village shop, which is run by volunteers, was granted in the early 2000s and the post office is open at certain times of the week. There are two public houses in the village, with The Kings Head is the oldest in England. Alongside this, Tealby has a number of clubs and societies which are integral to town life. Walesby lies in the Lincolnshire Wolds and has a population of 249. The Viking way, a 147 mile walk between the Humber Bridge in North Lincolnshire and Oakham in Rutland passes through Walesby.
Navenby is located 9 miles south of the city of Lincoln and has been named as the best value village in England when it comes to purchasing property. The 2011 census recorded the population of Navenby as 1660. Navenby used to be home to many public houses, but with a number being turned into public houses, the Kings Head and the Lion and Royal are the only remaining. The local community has a bowls club and junior football clubs for children of all ages. The village also has an archaeology club aiming to uncover the history of the village. The villae is steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful countryside with the Viking way also cutting through the village.There is a village primary school along with many nearby secondary schools.
Heckington describes itself as a great place to visit and an even greater place to live and is the home of the only surviving eight sailed windmill. Heckington is the largest village in Lincolnshire with 1491 recorded households and the census of 2011 recorded the population of Heckington of 3353. The Heckington show has been running since 1864 and the village in known for a diverse range of leisure activities. With a number of independent shops Heckington has a thriving village community with many clubs and societies permeating village life, with both a scout and guide group, an amateur dramatics society, junior football teams, bowls, tennis, cricket, darts, a gardening club and many more activities to take part in. The village school has an Ofsted rating of "Good" and has 201 students.
As mentioned above Lincolnshire is a beautiful county with some of the most reasonably priced property in the country. In Lincolnshire a flat and maisonette typically sells for £86,494. A terraced house will generally go on the market for around £113,516, whereas a semi-detached property will sell for £138,104. If you are after a detached property these sell in the region of £204,204.