Annington is releasing four, generously sized family homes at Kirton in Lindsey in North Lincolnshire on to the market on Friday 16 December, with interest expected to be high. Once part of the family accommodation at the former RAF Kirton in Lindsey, which closed in 2014, the homes which are priced from £120,000 offer exceptionally good value for families looking for spacious rooms and large gardens.

The four homes on York Road which consist of two three-bedroom semi-detached houses and two four-bedroom detached houses all have garages, a private driveway and both front and rear gardens. Natasha Hall, from the Scunthorpe branch of William H Brown, said: “These homes are in a sought-after and desirable location in a popular village. They are ready for families to move into, but they also provide a blank canvas and a superb opportunity to make additional changes and create a personalised family home.”

Just a 15-minute stroll or a five-minute drive away from the town centre, York Road is in a lovely rural environment, backing on to fields and close to the countryside, but with easy access to all the town’s amenities. Local facilities include convenience stores, chemist, bakery, sweet shop and several hairdressers, a GP surgery, pubs and churches. Kirton Lindsey Primary School, rated as Good by Ofsted, and Huntcliff School, a secondary academy, are both less than a mile away from home.

Scunthorpe station is around nine miles away and has regular services to Doncaster, Sheffield, York and Manchester, whilst a frequent daily bus service connects Kirton in Lindsey with both Scunthorpe and Lincoln.

Kirton in Lindsey, sometimes abbreviated to Kirton Lindsey, dates back to Anglo-Saxon times and a number of historic buildings through the ages still remain, including the 18th century Old Stone Barn on Cornwall Street, the Ash Well which one provided water for the town and Mount Pleasant Windmill, a tower mill dating back from 1875 which now houses the True Loaf Bakery. More recent history can be seen at the former airfield itself, which first opened in 1916, and was used during both World Wars and has a Listed World War II control room preserved on site.

Louise Saunders, Sales and Marketing Manager at Annington, adds: “These homes offer a rare opportunity for families to secure a spacious home with a garage and generous garden at affordable prices. The town has everything needed for a growing family and we expect these properties to be extremely popular and would encourage buyers to book a viewing to ensure they don’t miss out .”

To find out more about the properties for sale in Kirton in Lindsey and arrange a viewing, please contact the selling agent on 01724 868448.