Coming Soon to Louth...

Louth, Lincolnshire

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A brand new phase is coming soon to the ever popular Tennyson Fields development in Louth! 

 

Whether you are buying your first home, upsizing to accommodate your growing family, or looking towards retirement, at Tennyson Fields you will find a stunning selection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes built with you in mind. 

 

Louth is popular for a good reason: it has good local schools, plenty of open space and sits within one of the loveliest landscapes in East Lincolnshire. 

 

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Tennyson Fields is situated in a quiet, residential area, designed  with people at its heart: a modern, community for all ages and stages of life.

Standing at the gateway to the Lincolnshire Wolds, Louth is a jewel in the county's crown. A picturesque market town with a modern outlook, Louth has developed a reputation as a haven for lovers of good food, with a range of independent retailers and weekly markets to choose from.

The particular charm of the town lies in its Georgian and Victorian architecture, dominated by the parish church of St James' which boasts one of England's finest medieval spires. Tennyson, one of the country's most famous poets, was educated in Louth and gives his name to our development.

The Lincolnshire Wolds are an Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty and its countryside is a magnet for walkers, riders and cyclists.

The area has a rich heritage and nowhere is this better demonstrated than in the historic villaes and market towns scattered across the Wolds with the attractions like the Claythorpe Watermill and Wildfowl Garden, and Hubbard's Hills, just outside Louth.

To the east lies the Lincolnshire coast with its blue flag beaches, such as Mablethorpe; to the north, Hull, City of Culture, with its bustling quayside cafes, bars and shops, is only an hour's drive away; and Lincoln, to the south west, has something for everyone; the Brayford Waterfront boutique shops and retaurants; its vibrant cultural quarter, and its history and heritage.

Financing your new home

Our simple mortgage calculator will help you understand what you can afford.

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* The interest rate is based up The Bank of England Base Rate on the 1st December, 2020 plus 1.1%
** The maximum loan amount is calculated using 3 times single income or 3.5 times joint income.
*** For First-time homebuyers who are eligible for an equity loan how much you can spend on your home will depend on which region it is in. Full details of the Help to Buy schemes can be found here.
THIS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE FINANCIAL ADVICE AND IS FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.
* The interest rate is based up The Bank of England Base Rate on the 1 December, 2020 plus 4%
** Most lenders will require a deposit of 30% of the market value of the property
*** A buy-to-let mortgage is generally assessed on the rental income that a property is likely to generate. However, most lenders will also require you to have an income yourself.
THIS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE FINANCIAL ADVICE AND IS FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.

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