Run by Matt Foston, the sales branch opened in April 2011. With a larger team, larger premises, and more properties to sell, the division has grown significantly. The Sleaford Sales branch offers a wide range of services, from sales to mortgages, in-house solicitors and surveyors.
The branch is based in the town-centre of Sleaford and has easy access via car. The staff are very friendly and experienced. The sales team are renowned for offering professional and honest advice; they are not pushy and have excellent knowledge of the local area. They believe that word of mouth is the best advertisement they can have.
Husband and wife team Jane and Richard set up the Lettings division of the Sleaford Newton Fallowell branch in October 2006 and the business has gone from strength to strength – it now has six dedicated staff members and moved to larger premises in 2011. The branch offers the services of a full lettings agency with packages to suit all landlords and tenants.
The Sleaford Lettings branch offers a high-street location and quick access from transport links. The team has a very good reputation in town for being both professional and helpful. They also boast about their high standards and aim to look after a landlord’s property as if it were their own.
The branch is a member of the Association of Residential Letting Agents and the Property Ombudsman.
Sandygate Close, Horbling
Located in the centre of this popular rural village is this established semi detached house. The property would benefit from some cosmetic updating but offers spacious accommodation comprising to the...
Rookery Avenue, Sleaford
Set on the popular Quarrington Park estate is this much improved and spacious detached family home enjoying a generous sized garden, larger than most would expect, and well presented throughout....
Furlong Way, Holdingham, Sleaford
Located on this modern development on the outskirts of Sleaford is this well appointed three bedroomed starter home enjoying a generous sized rear garden which is fully enclosed with panelled...
Harvest Way, Sleaford
Set on the outskirts of Sleaford and still within walking distance of the town centre is this improved detached family home. Enjoying a generous size rear garden and ample parking...
High Street, Horbling
A delightful period semi-detached cottage located in the heart of this rural village and enjoying views of the village church and offering spacious and private garden to the rear. The...
Sleaford is a small market town with a great choice of schools, a range of supermarkets and bustling shops. There is a market square, which hosts markets on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays; as well as occasional Farmers Markets and a Christmas Market in December.
The town is situated in the county of Lincolnshire, and is only eighteen miles south of the Cathedral City of Lincoln. Aside from its great schools, the area is best known for its strong agriculture and horticulture industry, and its close proximity to several RAF bases.
Sleaford is close to the historic buildings of Belton House and Belvoir Castle, which host events throughout the year. Celebrities Jennifer Saunders and Abi Titmus were born in Sleaford; and the nearby market town of Grantham was the birth-place of Margaret Thatcher.
The town of Sleaford offers a rural location with quick access to town shopping and pubs. If you want to escape to the countryside, there are lots of areas for walking nearby and local Woodland Waters for camping and fishing. It is well placed for commuting in any direction, and with its low crime rate and great choice of schools, it is ideal for raising a family.
The range of schools in the area offer very good OFSTED results.
Primary Schools: William Alvey Church of England School, St Botolph's School is a Church of England Primary School, Church Lane School, Our Lady of Good Counsel Roman Catholic School.
Secondary Schools: Kesteven and Sleaford Girls School, Carre’s Grammar School, St. Georges Academy.
Sleaford is conveniently located; only eighteen miles to Lincoln, forty miles to Nottingham, and fifteen miles to Grantham which offers one-hour direct trains into London Kings Cross. There are good transport links by bus and train to Lincoln, Grantham and other nearby towns/villages.
Attended Kesteven High school when she moved to the area in 1996 & her employment history includes an administrative role at RAF Cranwell before gaining her AAT qualification in accountancy within ...Contact Nicola Swalwell