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Launching 2022

Abbey View is a wonderful collection of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes in Bourne which forms part of a vibrant new residential community just two miles from the attractive Bourne Wood nature reserve. Residents... Read more ›

Features

  • 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes
  • 12-minute walk to Bourne town centre
  • Good leisure facilities at nearby Elsea Park
  • Well-regarded local schools
  • Excellent transport connections
Abbey View Bourne, Lincolnshire

Abbey View is a wonderful collection of 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes in Bourne which forms part of a vibrant new residential community just two miles from the attractive Bourne Wood nature reserve. Residents of these elegant new homes will have access to a designated cycle and pedestrian path that offers an ideal way to appreciate the local surroundings, while the many amenities of nearby Bourne town centre can be reached within a short walk.

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Newton Abbot Way, Bourne,
PE10 0WS

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Newton Abbot Way, Bourne,
PE10 0WS
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Opening hours

Monday 9:00 - 17:00

Tuesday 9:00 - 17:00

Wednesday 9:00 - 17:00

Thursday 9:00 - 17:00

Friday 9:00 - 17:00

Saturday closed

Sunday closed

 

Local Area

Stylish new homes in Bourne

Sun shining through trees

Stylish new homes in Bourne

Abbey View enjoys a well-connected location just half a mile south west of Bourne town centre. The A1 is approximately 13 miles away, which allows for onward travel to a number of major commuter destinations, such as Leeds in the north, and Peterborough in the south.

For those travelling by train, Stamford train station is around 12 miles away and Spalding station can be reached in 11 miles. Slightly further afield, Peterborough station is 15 miles to the south and provides excellent links directly to Kings Cross via the East Coast mainline, with regular services into central London in as little as 45 minutes.

Abbey View is situated on Newton Abbot Way, Bourne, which falls within the boundaries of Lincolnshire County Council.

The local area

  • Bourne Market Town
    12 mins
  • Sainsbury's
    10 mins
  • Bourne Leisure Centre
    10 mins
  • Bourne Corn Exchange
    9 mins
  • Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academy
    10 mins
  • Wellhead Park
    10 mins
  • Newtons Wine and Tapas Bar
    12 mins

An ideal location for active residents, Abbey View offers plenty of opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, with a purpose-built cycle and pedestrian path leading from the development. Sports enthusiasts will find a number of pitches at nearby Elsea Park, while those seeking a slower pace may enjoy a visit to Bourne Woods national forest – the site of Ridley Scott's
‘Robin Hood’ film – which promises picturesque walking routes and impressive views.

A range of leisure attractions can be found in the market town of Bourne, home to a fully-equipped gym and leisure centre, outdoor swimming pool, and an excellent selection of restaurants, bars, and traditional public houses. The Bourne Corn Exchange acts as a community hub in the town, hosting a variety of events including amateur dramatics, music productions, and fitness classes.

As a quintessential English market town, Bourne itself is steeped in history and promises a wealth of fascinating historical sites to be explored. Among the most impressive is Grimsthorpe Castle Park and Gardens, boasting a breathtaking mixture of architectural styles and home to an expanse of beautiful gardens. The castle is open to the public at selected times and hosts a range of family-friendly activities, including guided tours, outdoor theatre performances, seasonal events and even an adventure playground for the younger visitors.

The area surrounding Abbey View is home to an excellent selection of amenities and services, including a range of new shops in Elsea Park – just a few minutes’ drive from home – and a large supermarket around a 5-minute drive away.

Less than 10 minutes away by car, Bourne town centre is home to a wide choice of independent shops, family-run businesses and high-street retailers, not to mention some fantastic restaurants, cafés and inn-keeper style pubs

In keeping with its heritage as a traditional market town, Bourne holds a bi-weekly street market featuring a good range of fresh local produce from across the region, as well as homewares, clothing, and artisan gifts

Offering a perfect setting for family life, Abbey View enjoys close proximity to a number of highly-rated schools, covering primary through to higher education.

The closest school for younger children is Bourne Elsea Park Church of England Primary Academy which can be reached in just over a 10-minute walk, while Bourne Abbey Church of England Primary Academy is around 7 minutes away by car.

Older students are equally well-served in the area, with the well-regarded Bourne Grammar School just a 5-minute drive (or a 15-minute walk) away, and Bourne Academy, at around 10 minutes away by car.

Those who wish to further their education may consider the Spalding Campus of Boston College, which accommodates evening classes, apprenticeships, and university-level courses, all just a 30-minute drive from Abbey View.

An ideal location for commuters, Abbey View benefits from good local transport connections to major towns and cities in the region.

Bourne town centre can be reached in less than 10 minutes, via Raymon Mays Way/A151, while the A1 is approximately 13 miles away, linking the A1M north at Leeds and the A1M south at Peterborough.

Those who prefer to travel by train will find Spalding and Stamford stations both around 20 minutes’ drive away, providing regular services to major commuter destinations.

Alternatively, Peterborough station is approximately 25 minutes’ drive away and provides direct links to Kings Cross via the East Coast mainline, with journey times of around 45-50 minutes into central London.

For international travel, the closest airport is East Midlands, which can be reached in 1 hr and 20 minutes.

Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day. Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.

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