Houses in Lincolnshire

The Nook - Plot 65, Kings Manor , Lincolnshire LN4 4UE

2 bedroom house
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2 Qty-bedrooms
From £177,950

A two bedroom semi-detached home with allocated parking

Ground Floor

2.630m x 4.517m : 8’ 8″ × 14′ 10"


4.542m x 3.958m : 14’ 11″ × 13′


0.950m x 1.780m : 3’ 1″ × 5′ 10"

First Floor
Bedroom 1

3.799m x 3.191m : 12’ 6″ × 10′ 6"

Bedroom 2

3.397m x 2.489m : 11’ 2″ × 8′ 2"


1.960m x 1.700m : 6’ 5″ × 5′ 7"

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2-4 Qty-bedrooms
Properties from £177,950

Kings Manor


View Full development Welcome to Kings Manor - an exciting collection of two, three and four bedroom homes in the beautiful village of Coningsby. Nestling on the quiet outskirts of the popular village of Coningsby, our highly successful Kings Manor development is just waiting to be discovered. No matter what kind of home you are looking for – whether you're after your first, next or last, there is a place here for everyone to fall in love with. Discover our houses for sale in Coningsby, which combine traditional design with quality and style, and Chestnut Homes’ signature attention to detail. These are homes you’ll love to live in. At Coningsby, you can enjoy the best of both worlds. Whether you’re after the peace and quiet offered by this charming rural village on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, overlooking the fens of being well connected, you can have it all. Growing from being an early Danish settlement to the thriving village it is today, the history is upheld by the impressive tower of its 15th Century parish church of St Michael, with its unique one-handed clock face. The village is also known for its frontline air defence station – RAF Coningsby. With a visitor centre open to the public, RAF Coningsby plays host to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight of the Spitfires, Hurricanes, a Lancaster and a Dakota – a spectacular step into the skies! You could also visit Tattershall Castle, an impressive historic building dating back to the 15th Century, in the care of the National trust and open to the public. As for the day to day essentials, Coningsby offers a range of shops, takeaways and pubs. Healthcare is on hand, with a doctor and dentist in the village, while connections are very convenient via the A153. Rail travel is equally as accessible with services taking you to a number of major UK destinations.
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