First opened in 2007, the Bourne branch was taken over by Claire Soutar and Chris Lett in November 2012, since when it has grown to take on more staff and now offers in-house mortgage advice alongside sales, lettings, surveying, conveyancing, investment advice and removals.
With its town centre location, the premises were recently completely refitted and offer free parking to the rear. Customers enjoy high levels of service with everyone treated individually and directors involved at every point, with every team member offering expert local knowledge. Property marketing includes full colour sales particulars with a floorplan and professional photography for every property, promoted through the major property portals, local press advertising and at the branch’s illuminated window display, as well as being promoted through the other Newton Fallowell live-linked offices.
The branch is a member of the Association of Residential Letting Agents and the Property Ombudsman. It recently won an award in the Newton Fallowell network for its sales achievements over the previous year.
Meet Our Customers
“Throughout the process Chris, Claire and Peter from the Bourne office were outstanding in their efforts. Most of the work fell onto Peter, who was unstinting in his efforts, always going more than the extra mile, and always keeping us informed, optimistic yet realistic. This was estate agency of the very highest calibre.”
Mr Lee, Swayfield
“It has been a pleasure dealing with you all and I am just so relieved at the outcome. Thanks once again for all your efforts on our behalf.”
Mrs Lee, Corby Glen
“Happy to report that from our end it was a smooth and easy experience from start to finish, only blighted a little by our buyer's solicitor, but we won't hold that against you! We would happily recommend Newton Fallowell to anyone in future.”
Mr & Mrs Smith – Bourne
"Just a quick note to the Newton Fallowell team to say thank you very much for achieving a sale on our house within one month of being on the market. Prior to this our house had been on the market for almost 5 years with 4 other local estate agents. Due to a highly sensitive situation I had my reservations regarding taking on yet another estate agent, but Newton Fallowell handled the whole sale with care and respect. They always communicated and organised viewings well, navigating through awkward situations smoothly. I have recommended this estate agent to many of my friends.”
Mrs Beardwood, Dyke
“Throughout the sales process Chris, Claire and Peter from the Bourne office were outstanding. Most of the work fell onto Peter, who was unstinting in his efforts, always going more than the extra mile, and always keeping us informed, optimistic yet realistic. This was estate agency of the very highest calibre, which I am keen to bring to your attention. I am very keen that these efforts should be recognized and commended.”
Station Road, Morton, Bourne
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This beautifully presented extended family home, set in the charming village of Haconby boasts a full width extension to the rear of the property incorporating a separate utility room and...
Ermine Close, Bourne
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High Street, Pointon
This substantial and newly refurbished property is situated in the popular village of Pointon. Offering spacious and modern accommodation across two floors with a lovely farm house style kitchen diner,...
Bourne is a small, historic market town situated in the heart of South Lincolnshire on the western edge of the Lincolnshire Fens.
The centre of Bourne is bustling with facilities such as bars, restaurants, shops and businesses, but there is also an abundance of woodland, waterways and recreational spaces close at hand, providing peace and tranquillity.
The town was home to legendary Formula 1/Grand Prix manufacturer BRM, which was established by racing pioneer Raymond Mays (1999-1980).
There’s a relaxed local atmosphere in Bourne, with a market on a Thursday and Saturday. There is a range of local traders in the area. Bourne has excellent green areas including Bourne Woods, Abbey Lawns & The Well Head. There’s also the 50 yard near-Olympic size heated outdoor pool, which is one of the largest of the few surviving outdoor pools in the country.
The local schools are very highly regarded and people travel from afar for them. Bourne has three primary and two secondary schools, including the renowned Bourne Grammar school, recognised for its excellent standard of education and commitment to teaching.
Secondary schools: Bourne Grammar School, Bourne Academy
Primary: Morton Primary School, Bourne Abbey CofE Academy, Bourne Westfield Academy, Thurlby Primary School, Bourne Elsea Park CofE Primary Academy.
Bourne is situated only 16 miles north of the City of Peterborough which has a fast, direct train line to London’s Kings Cross in as little as 50 minutes, as well as regular services to other major towns and cities. There are buses into Peterborough every 30 minutes. The A15 runs through Bourne, connecting the town with Lincoln in the north and Peterborough in the south. The fast north-south A1 route is just 10 miles away.
Buying and selling property in Bourne
Property prices in Bourne are very attractive when compared to the nearby locations of Stamford and Peterborough. Easy access through to Peterborough, with its London transport links has seen good levels of interest in the area with properties starting as little as £60,000 for a one bedroom property and executive family houses available from £250,000 upwards. There is a range from new build properties through to older Grade II listed houses in the area and a mix of flats, houses and bungalows.
Letting and renting property in Bourne
The rental market is very busy at the moment in both Bourne and the surrounding villages, with demand for all types of property. With good levels of rent compared to relatively low purchase price, it makes an ideal investment opportunity for any landlord. You can get a two bedroom flat for as little as £400 pm, two bedroom homes are roughly £550 pm, three bedroom homes starting at £600pm and four bedroom homes starting at £700pm. In the villages, you can find a selection of larger farm houses starting at £1000pm.
Emily start working for Newton Fallowell in April 2015, shortly after they opened. Emily was new to Estate Agency but having a strong history in sales, she has the enthusiastic approach needed in o...Contact Emily Maplethorpe
Hannah joined Newton Fallowell in January 2015, coming from a hotel management background, and bringing a strong knowledge of the area having lived in Bourne. Hannah deals with sales and lettings ...Contact Hannah Ledger
Philip Bell is an experienced estate agent having worked with all aspects of the job, starting as a trainee negotiator back in the early 2000’s. He has steadily climbed the career ladder, working ...Contact Phil Bell
Richard is new to the team and joined Newton Fallowell in August 2016 although he is new to Estate Agency he has a background in Recruitment and Finance. Due to living in the area for most of his a...Contact Richard Marfe
Max The Dog
Born in June 2016 Max is a vital member of the team here in Bourne. He is always happy to accompany viewings on request and isn’t on the payroll, so please bring a treat!Contact Max The Dog