Ingleby View, Saxilby



Ingleby View is Lovell Homes' brand new development of two, three and four bedroomed homes on the north eastern edge of a thriving village.

This stunning development is set to launch Summer 2019 - Register your details today to be added to our priority mailing list for the latest news and information regarding Ingleby View!

Every Lovell home has SQV built in - our unique package of inspiring Style, unrivalled Quality and exceptional Value that makes our homes unique.

Ingleby View has been built around a landscaped space with views over open countryside to the east and, to the north, uninterrupted views of the listed, medieval church, St. Botolphs. Although Saxilby can trace its roots back to the Dark Ages, time has not stood still: this charming village has adapted and evolved through the centuries to become a bustling 21st century community with a range of amenities (including a railway station, doctors' surgery and primary school) within easy walking distance of Ingleby View.

The Fossdyke, originally built by the Romans and described by the local history group as England's oldest waterway, borders Saxilby. The canal provides a rich habitat for the local wildlife as well as ample leisure opportunities, both on and off the water, for local residents. The village itself is a hive of activity, boasting a range of junior sports' teams, scouts and guides' groups, a drama circle, an annual road race, fireworks' display and Christmas lights 'switch-on'.

Near the village, you can visit the child-friendly Hartsholme Country Park, spend the afternoon pottering around Doddington Hall and its gardens, or visit the International Bomber Command Centre. Whatever your age or stage of life, Saxilby is ready to welcome you.

Saxilby is only seven miles from Lincoln, a city that effortlessly combines the old and new. From the Magna Carta on display in Lincoln Castle, to the cutting edge research into new technologies at the University of Lincoln, the city is full of surprises. 

Famed for its Christmas markets, Lincoln has become a year-round retail destination for those seeking a unique shopping experience, whether on Steep Hill or in the Cathedral quarter, or in pursuit of their favourite brands at the Waterside Centre. From the county's largest entertainment centre at Brayford, to the Usher Gallery which chronicles the county's unique archaeology in addition to staging contemporary exhibitions, Lincoln has something to suit every taste.