North View Farm
North View Farm
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North View Farm is a newly built, unique farmstead development in Middle Rasen, Lincolnshire which beautifully integrates the agricultural history of its site. Each home has been carefully designed to allow for spacious modern living whilst retaining the desirable features that can be expected of this type of development. This highly anticipated project is the most recent masterpiece of the well renowned local developer, Skylark Homes. All homes on the development are newly constructed which allows for a superior standard of energy efficiency that is unattainable when converting existing buildings. The countryside composition is stylishly preserved using natural materials and a high level of workmanship.
All properties benefit from gas fired central heating which fuels a highly efficient underfloor heating system to the ground floor. The heating system can be controlled by a smartphone application. The same technology has been incorporated into the burglar alarm system within each home, giving the owner the peace of mind that their home is safe and secure. Each of these handcrafted homes is designed with an individual twist to create a variety of styles and feels within the development. With Phase 1 now almost completely sold out, we are delighted to offer to market phase 2, which consists of three new build barns, offering a mixture of single- and two-storey living, with prices ranging from £335,000 to £360,000.
Situated at the entrance to the attractive village of Middle Rasen, the prestigious development has mature trees to the north and glorious open countryside views across farmland on all sides. Middle Rasen has a primary school; village shop; C of E and Methodist churches; village hall; a public house; outdoor bowls club; various sports and social clubs; hourly bus services to Grimsby and Lincoln and is just half a mile from Market Rasen. Market Rasen has primary and secondary schools; a wide variety of shops, including Tesco supermarket; a number of pubs and restaurants; a variety of business uses and employment opportunities; its own racecourse; a train station with connections to Grimsby, Lincoln, Newark and Kings Cross. Caistor Grammar School is four miles north-east. The Cathedral City of Lincoln is thirteen miles to the south-west.