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Welcome to Deansleigh

Located in a leafy residential neighbourhood on the northern edge of Lincoln, with views over the Cathedral and flanked on three sides by playing fields and green spaces, Deansleigh offers a choice of attractive contemporary homes within a tranquil, well-established setting.





  • Lincoln
  • Lincoln
  • Deansleigh
  • Deansleigh
Deansleigh Phase 2
3 bedroom homes
£142,000
  • Lincoln
  • Lincoln
  • Deansleigh
  • Deansleigh

Welcome to Deansleigh





Deansleigh
Located in a leafy residential neighbourhood on the northern edge of Lincoln, with views over the Cathedral and flanked on three sides by playing fields and green space, Deansleigh offers a choice of attractive contemporary homes within a tranquil, well-established setting. Yet the development is just fifteen minutes' walk from the centre of town and half a mile from the A46, making it as convenient as it is peaceful.

Local history
Dating back to Roman times, much of Lincoln’s rich history is reflected in the many remarkably well-preserved historical sites and buildings found throughout the city, including the Castle and the Cathedral. The Museum of Lincolnshire Life in Burton Road offers an excellent introduction to a fascinating place to live.

Outdoor activities
Hartsholme Country Park, three miles to the west of the development, is a Local Nature Reserve with meadows, lakes heath and woodland habitats, and in addition to nature walks and trails there is a play area, an orienteering course, a visitor centre and a cafe.

Sport and leisure
The Yarborough Leisure Centre, a few minutes' walk to the east of Deansleigh, has a comprehensive range of indoor and outdoor facilities including a gym, swimming pools, dance studio, sports hall, squash courts, cycling and athletics tracks and both grass and all-weather pitches. The Centre is open from 6.30am to 11pm on weekdays with slightly reduced hours at weekends, making it ideal for pre- and post-work activities, and there is a full programme of training and classes for adults and children. There is a David Lloyd Centre around three miles to the west in Burton Waters, and there are also two golf clubs in the town.

Entertainment
The entertainment complex at Brayford Wharf, close to the university, includes a nine-screen Odeon cinema, restaurants and bars. The Theatre Royal, close to Brayford Wharf, presents a varied year-round programme of drama, musicals and comedy, and the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre provides a venue for touring theatre, classical music and dance shows and specialist cinema screenings. Lincoln also has two bowling alleys.

Shopping
There is a convenient general store in Keddington Avenue and a Co-op store in Trelawny Crescent, both within a five minute walk of Deansleigh. Lincoln has recently seen a growth of retail parks and shopping centres such as St Mark’s Square, where there are over a dozen major high street retailers including Debenhams, Boots, Lakeland and BHS, or Waterside Shopping Centre with over 30 retail units and a food court. There are five large supermarkets in the city, including Waitrose and Tesco, and Lincoln also has a traditional indoor market with 80 stalls, open six days a week.

Transport
Deansleigh is close to the A46, providing fast access to the surrounding towns and villages. The railway station in the city centre has direct trains to Doncaster, Grimsby, Nottingham, Leicester, Sheffield and Peterborough, and the local buses running along Queen Elizabeth Road offer services into the city centre. East Midlands, Robin Hood and Sheffield airports and Grimsby ferry terminal are all within an hour and a half’s drive.

Education
Local primary schools include Lincoln Mount Street, an infant and nursery school in spacious grounds, and Westgate Junior School, which accepts children aged 7 to 11. Yarborough School, a Business and Enterprise Specialist School, is less than half a mile from Deansleigh, and other secondary schools in Lincoln include the Priory Lincolnshire School of Science and Technology, a community school with a good academic reputation.

Health care
There is a wide choice of medical practices within fifteen minutes' walk of the development, two of them close together at Cabourne Court, and dentists include the Cathedral View practice in Burton Road.

House styles & prices for Deansleigh

Located in a leafy residential neighbourhood on the northern edge of Lincoln, with views over the Cathedral and flanked on three sides by playing fields and green spaces, Deansleigh offers a choice of attractive contemporary homes within a tranquil, well-established setting.




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From the south
Take the A1 to Newark on Trent, then join the A46 following signs for Lincoln or Grimsby. Approaching Lincoln, stay on the A46 by taking the second exit at the Saxilby Road roundabout then at the next roundabout, Riseholme Road, take the third exit to join the B1226, signposted for Lincoln North. Take the first right turn into Queen Elizabeth Road, then after around 600 yards turn left into Queen Mary Road then first left into Nene road, and Deansleigh is straight ahead.

From Scunthorpe
Travel south by the A15, and at the Riseholme Roundabout on the outskirts of Lincoln take the second exit to join the B1226 then follow the directions above.

From Skegness
Take the A158 westwards, and pass Sudbrooke and North Greetwell then take the second exit at the next roundabout to join the A15 following signs for Grimsby and the A46. At the next roundabout take the second exit on to the A46, signposted for Lincoln central and south, and at the next roundabout take the first exit to join the B1226 then follow the directions above.

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