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Home of the week
Reserve any new home this week and receive
£1,000 towards extras and flooring throughout your new home!!**
*Terms and conditions apply.
from £183,500 - £375,000
Famous as a centre for flower growing, Spalding is a popular market town in Lincolnshire and the ideal place to start a new life in a new house.
Spalding has recently been named as one of Britain’s most thriving communities, according a report published by the Sunday Times in October 2019. The River Welland runs through Spalding and adds a central feature to this pretty town. You can catch a ride on the unique ‘water taxi’ which runs from the outskirts of town to the centre.
The village of Pinchbeck, to the north of Spalding, is effectively an extension of the town and is growing with the development of new homes. Pinchbeck Fields combines the charm of rural living with all the amenities that the bustling market town of Spalding has to offer.
For your new home in Spalding, visit our marketing suite at Pinchbeck Fields, open from 10am - 5pm daily.
New Allison Homes properties in Pinchbeck Fields are built to last using traditional brick and block construction. It’s the ideal development for all homebuyers – whether you are looking for a starter home or a new family house. Centred around an attractive open space, with a pond and outside leisure and recreational areas, Pinchbeck Fields offers nineteen different property types.
The Pinchbeck Fields development is in one of the lowest crime areas in England and is close to some of the best primary and senior schools in Lincolnshire. There are rural trails, traditional pubs and restaurants and tranquil waterways right on the doorstep.
Residents can enjoy the rural lifestyle and the arts, the entertainment and shopping facilities of Spalding. There are also excellent transport links to Bourne, Boston, Kings Lynn, Peterborough and Stamford.