Bishops Green by Beal Homes

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Overview

Bishops Green

Set against a backdrop of rolling countryside and beautiful scenery, Bishop’s Green is the perfect idyl for those seeking a more relaxed pace of life.

With an abundance of local amenities, schools renowned for academic excellence and the bustling Cathedral City of Lincoln on its doorstep, Welton’s the type of place that will be enjoyed by the whole family.

With 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes available, alongside 2 and 3-bedroom bungalows, at Bishop’s Green, there’s something for everyone.

Whether you’re a first-time buyer stepping onto the property ladder, a growing family needing a little more space, or a downsizer who doesn’t want to compromise on quality, we’ll work together to personalise a contemporary home that’s tailored to your specific lifestyle.


Make it yours…
Each home has been designed for modern life, boasting open, contemporary, living spaces together with the unique option of altering layouts to create your very own highly individual interior of unrivalled quality.

This is the most personal, award-winning, home building service available. And it’s all yours.
  1. New, luxury homes in an idyllic, rural setting
  2. 2, 3 and 4-bedroom homes available
  3. 2 and 3-bedroom bungalows
  4. unique option of altering layouts

Location

Location

Entrance off Poacher's Rest, Welton, Lincoln, LN2 3DY

Entrance off Poacher's Rest, Welton, Lincoln, LN2 3DY

Local Information

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Lincoln Central (6.4 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

About Beal Homes

Family owned for over 50 years, Beal Homes has built many beautiful homes in various superb locations, a passion which still drives the company even today. Building an enviable reputation for personal service and attention to quality, Beal Homes, based in East Yorkshire, has acquired first class knowledge and understanding of the local housing markets, particularly North of the Humber and in neighbouring Lincolnshire.


This intimate knowledge of the local markets has made Beal Homes able to identify the most desirable locations in the area. Working closely with landowners, local authorities and local residents Beal Homes has developed a great ability to develop land with respect for a broad range of housing needs and its impact on the local environment.

This commitment extends to their employees, most of whom are local residents who often began as trainees and have gone on to become valuable members of the team and share the company’s passion and pride for excellence.

Beal Homes has developed its portfolio to include new family homes in secluded village settings, properties for first time buyers, city apartments, suburban mixed tenure schemes, farm buildings and even marina and waterside properties. Many of those who have purchased a Beal Home have gone on to buy a second, even a third, additional home. The reason? It’s the personal touch that makes Beal Homes unique and different from any other.

Whether you are a new Beal customer or have bought a Beal home already, you will find the friendly and welcoming service of Beal Homes to be the best the area has to offer.

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