Run by Directors Ben Oglesbee and Matt Holland, the Boston branch of Newton Fallowell opened in 2008 and has since expanded, now specialising in a range of services including residential sales, lettings, mortgage advice, conveyancing and surveys.
The office boats superb town-centre location with large double fronted premises with parking facilities for clients situated right outside, as well as two large car parks in close proximity. Inside, there is a large wall map to help clients locate properties.
We pride ourselves on providing the ultimate in customer service, focussing on the experience of our clients. We adopt a proactive approach which includes accompanied viewings if required, out of hours contact, weekend opening hours and the provision of eye-catching property sales particulars including professional photography and detailed floorplans.
“As a local business, we rely on maintaining a positive word-of-mouth reputation and as such, we are committed to offering customers a friendly, professional service and perhaps most importantly, honest and reliable advice on all aspects of the current property market. We also endeavour to achieve the best possible sale price for our vendor clients”
Ben Oglesbee, Director
The branch is a proud member of the Property Ombudsman.
Meet Our Customers
“My mother sold her bungalow in order to migrate to Australia. For an elderly single lady this prospect was daunting but the team at Newton Fallowell, primarily Ben, was terrific from beginning to end. Firstly, Ben provided honest advice in relation to pricing in order to achieve the best price whilst ultimately selling the property in the shortest possible period. The photos were excellent and the resulting sale was delivered (subject to contract) within 8 weeks with a price above my mother's expectation, which was a fantastic result”
“All the staff at Newton Fallowell were extremely professional and honest, they were all willing to help and the service was second to none”
Wyberton Low Road, Boston
A recently renovated terraced property on the outskirts of town ideal for first time or investment buyers. Having accommodation comprising: lounge, dining room, kitchen and bathroom to ground floor. Three...
Grand Sluice Lane, Boston
A building plot with planning permission for the erection of a two storey coach house with parking beneath and home office. When built the accommodation will comprise: entrance hall, home...
Fore Fen Lane, Swineshead, Boston
Formerly stables, this detached property has been converted to provide accommodation full of character, in a rural location and on a plot of approximately 0.59 acre, subject to survey. Finished...
Benington Road, Butterwick, Boston
NO ONWARD CHAIN! A detached house in a village location with various workshops and on a plot of approximately 0.26 acre, subject to survey. Having accommodation comprising: entrance porch, entrance...
Hilda Street, Boston
Development opportunity for the construction of a single dwelling house of multiple occupation in a residential area off Browns Road with an estimated annual rental income of £24,000. Full planning...
Boston is located on the East Coast, approximately 25 miles from the seaside resort of Skegness. It is a vibrant market town and residents proudly refer to themselves as ‘Bostonians’. Immigrants from Boston have named several other settlements after the town, most notably Boston, Massachusetts in USA.
Boston is known for its local market, boasting over 120 stalls of goods and local produce and records of trading fairs in the town have been dated back to the 12th century. The town is also known for the Boston sausage and St. Botolph’s church. Otherwise known as ‘Boston Stump’, it is one of the largest parish churches in the country and has one of the tallest medieval towers in England which can be seen from miles around and offers fantastic views. Other popular attractions amongst visitors and residents include Maud Foster Mill, Hussey Tower and Fydell House.
Situated in commuting distance of both Lincoln and Peterborough city centres, Boston offers the best of both worlds with urban living available in Boston itself as well as that “escape to the country” vibe within the more rural areas.
Boston has a range of cosy pubs and restaurants, as well as parks, a cinema and a theatre. The local market runs bi-weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays and offers a range of fresh produce. As well as the market, the town offers a range of local shops and larger retail stores. The town also benefits from the newly redeveloped Pilgrim hospital which boasts a new Accident and Emergency Department and a £4 million state of the art Intensive Care Unit.
Boston offers families a range of schools to choose from including a range of primary schools within the town and surrounding villages. It also offers an independent school, St George’s Preparatory School, for 3-11 year olds. The town has various secondary schools including selective all-boy and all-girl grammar schools, Boston Grammar School and Boston High School.
Boston benefits from a good road network, with the A52 and A16 running through the town, allowing easy access to other main roads such as the A17 & A15, amongst others. The town is also served by East Midlands Trains on the Poacher Line from Grantham to Skegness. Lincoln and Peterborough are the closest cities and are approximately 35 miles away.
Buying and Selling Property in Boston
Property prices in Boston are generally viewed to be very affordable and are below the national average. General starter homes can be bought for as little as £60,000 for a one bedroom flat through to executive detached properties that start at around £240,000.
An average three bed detached family home would be in the region of £150,000.
Boston is therefore an attractive choice for investors and incoming purchasers from other parts of the country due to the excellent value for money on offer. The market has improved steadily since 2011, with average selling times gradually reducing. We have a large database of buyers looking for all types of property.
Letting Property in Boston
The lettings market has been very strong for a number of years, with average rents increasing due to the huge demand locally. Prices start from approx. £350 pcm for a small flat, through to £1500 pcm for larger detached properties. Turnover is also high, meaning that properties are rarely empty for any length of time.
Heidi has worked for Newton Fallowell since 2006 and has over 15 years’ worth of experience in the industry. She has proven to be an invaluable asset to both the Boston and Spilsby branches of Newt...Contact Heidi Perkins
Lorand has lived in Boston for over a decade and opened the Newton Fallowell Lettings business in Boston in 2011 which has since gone from strength to strength. Outside of the office, Lorand is pa...Contact Lorand Borbely
Emily joined Newton Fallowell Boston in September 2013 straight after leaving school. She has since achieved an NVQ2 in Business Administration and is currently working towards a Diploma alongside...Contact Emily Adlard