Frampton Gate in Frampton, Boston is an idyllic place to call home. The development comprises 54 homes and with the village’s stunning church and local greenery creating a beautiful skyline, and its local clubs and facilities establishing a warm and welcoming community, it truly is a fantastic place to settle down.
Located in Lincolnshire, the village of Kirton has it all. Enjoy the quiet countryside and still be within easy reach of towns like Boston and cities such as Lincoln. The village is also just a short 30-minute drive to the Freiston Shore Nature Reserve and the coast.
Kirton may be peaceful, but it’s filled with history. It was the seat of Lincolnshire’s first Saxon King; the area also contained the ancient manor of Kirton Meres which was the seat of Roger de Kirton and the village was also mentioned in the Doomsday book!
Alongside its history, residents can enjoy Kirton’s amenities including the Church of St Peter and St Paul, a post office, a local coffee shop, independent restaurants and pubs, a youth centre and Kirton Middlecott Sports and Fitness Centre. There are also lots of clubs and activities to get involved in including a Bowling Club, a Kids Club and a range of fitness classes.
Kirton’s nearest town is Boston and the closest city is Lincoln, offering a huge range of retail, leisure and eating experiences nearby. For fun days out, why not visit Bubblecar Museum, Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, RSPB Frampton Marsh or the cinema in Boston or Lincoln Castle, Lincoln Cathedral, New Theatre Royal or walk Steep Hill for a charming experience and independent shops and cafes in Lincoln.
Kirton is serviced by Kirton Medical Centre and Pilgrim Hospital for all your healthcare needs. There is also a vet in the village to care for your furry friends.
For families, the local village schools are Kirton Primary School, rated Good by Ofsted, and Thomas Middlecott Academy, a grammar school, and a nursery school.
Commuters can enjoy fantastic transport links as Kirton is on the Main A16, providing quick and easy access to cities and towns including Peterborough, Spalding, Boston and Grimsby. The village is also close to the A52, a major road offering connections to cities including Nottingham. The nearest train station is Boston Train Station which also provides strong links to the rest of the country.