Since opening in September 2014, the Spilsby branch has gone from strength to strength and are on track to become the number one selling agent in Spilsby. Run by Matt Holland, the branch specialises in sales, lettings, mortgage advice and surveys, with a commitment to offering honest advice and high quality service.
“Moving home can be stressful but being kept up to date on proceedings helps make the process that bit more understandable and easier to deal with. For this reason, we ensure we have regular contact with all of our clients throughout the process.”
Matt Holland, Partner
The spacious, welcoming office enjoys a double fronted, corner location in the heart of Spilsby and the branch prides itself on its high calibre of in-store property displays and marketing material. All properties are supported with in-depth details and feature floorplans.
Main Road, Stickney, Boston
A recently renovated detached bungalow in a village location with easy access to the A16 and on a plot of approximately 0.25 acre, subject to survey. Having accommodation comprising: entrance...
Drainside, New Leake, Boston
A detached house enjoying fantastic views up to the Wolds. The perfect equestrian property with a large paddock, stable & field shelter. Having accommodation comprising: entrance conservatory, dining room, kitchen...
Whyte Lodge, Ashby-by-Partney, S...
Approached along a leafy country lane, Whyte Lodge is a rare and impeccable period country cottage residence. Unique in both style and location, it offers the opportunity to acquire a...
Great Steeping, Spilsby
A detached former public house on a large corner plot in a village location. Having accommodation with character comprising: entrance hall, formal dining room, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, boiler room,...
Spilsby is a rural market town full of character and charm, offering the best of both worlds – a thriving town centre with many local, independent businesses combined with beautiful countryside and surrounding picturesque villages. Spilsby has been a market town for over 700 years and enjoys a rich historic past. It was notably home to Sir John Franklin, Lincolnshire's most famous Explorer, who was born in the town in 1786.
Spilsby has a primary and secondary school within the town, along with three further primary schools in its neighbouring villages. The town centre offers a wide range of small, locally owned shops, banks, traditional newsagents, bakers, butchers, jewellers and clothing stores, together with public houses, cafes and ethnic fast-food takeaways. There is also a Sainsbury’s supermarket situated close to the town centre for easy access.
Lying at the Southern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds - a recognised area of outstanding natural beauty, there are a variety of outdoors activities for families to enjoy, including walking, cycling and horse riding.
Spilsby has good road networks with the A16 linking the town to Boston, a 30 minute drive away and the A158 linking the town to Lincoln, a 40 minute drive away. There is a regular bus service linking the town with coastal regions such as Skegness and Mablethorpe, along with other market towns in the area such as Horncastle and Louth.
Buying and Selling Property in Spilsby
The market in Spilsby is strong with many buyers moving to the area, with the draw of affordable properties and a lifestyle choice of ‘escaping to the country’. This pretty market town offers an abundance of properties, both new and old. From pretty little character cottages and large period properties to new builds, Spilsby has a property to suit all tastes and budgets. Outside of the town, there are many small villages where cottages from the turn of the century are common place, often featuring large, attractive gardens.
Property prices range from around £70,000 for a two bedroom terraced town house to approaching £1 million for a large country residence with land. A typical three or four bedroom detached house would tend to sell in the region of £150,000 to £200,000.
Letting Property in Spilsby
The rental market in Spilsby is very active with new listings often being snapped up in a matter of days. Prices are in line with the average for the area and can range from £350 per calendar month for an apartment, to in excess of £1200 per calendar month a for large country residence.
The area continues to attract buy to let investors due to the relatively low property values and the relatively high rental values, offering investors a very attractive return on their investments.