Your Move North Hykeham Local Area Guide

How is the North Hykeham property market performing?

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Average property price in North Hykeham

Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move North Hykeham covers.
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Average rental price in North Hykeham

Last 12 months
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move North Hykeham in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why Move to North Hykeham?

Perfectly placed for commuting, North Hykeham is in the small Lincolnshire town on the outskirts of the beautiful and historic city of Lincoln and just a short hop from the newly improved A46. Surrounded by rolling countryside and picturesque villages this fantastic area is a great place to settle and some of the most popular residential address in the county.

North Hykeham is a very popular residential area lying to the south of Lincoln. The property market within our catchment has excellent range of housing including semi-detached and detached family homes and has superb transport links into city centre. Property in this popular area of North Hykeham has always been high demand and tends to be snapped up particularly quickly, regardless of the market. Mainly because of its accessible location, superb schools and excellent local facilities.

North Hykeham is known for its great location, not only exploring the beautiful historic City of Lincoln but also it’s superb access to the surrounding towns and villages of Lincolnshire. Large superstores like Asda, as well as local shops and amenities, have made this a lovely place to live. Businesses have thrived on new trading estates on the outskirts of North Hykeham, bringing in job opportunities and new careers into the area.

With the population in North Hykeham ever growing there is a real range of properties available which is why it makes it such a sought after location for all ages.


Shops and Amenities

Shopping is excellent in North Hykeham with an ASDA Superstore and The Forum with a vast array of shops ranging from florists to post offices to a bakery. Just a short drive away you have the Waterside Shopping Centre and St Marks shopping centre, both in the city with lots of quirky, individual shops, particularly in the Bailgate area. Head down the aptly named Steep Hill to discover Brayford Pool, where you can take a leisurely boat trip or ride your bike on one of the new riverside paths?


Close By

Close by, Lincoln Cathedral floats high above the city and can be seen for miles around in every direction. Lincoln's heritage dates back to Roman times and there are many fascinating buildings to discover. Visit the Museum of Lincolnshire Life, The Collection, Ellis Mill, Guildhall, Stonebow, The Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum, The Terry O'Tool Theatre, The Usher Art Gallery and Whisby Nature Park. William the Conqueror ordered Lincoln Castle and Magna Carta to be built in 1068, closely followed in 1072 by the Cathedral.


Transport Links

There is an excellent bus service, a train station which is located off station road. The A46 is easily accessible for those commuting towards Newark, Nottingham, the A1 and East Midlands Airport. 


Green space

North Hykeham has five parks. Glebe Park is situated at the back of the Lincoln Green Public House. Fen Lane Park is on Fen Lane and it has football pitches, a children's play area and a purpose built skatepark. The Green Park is part of the old village green, and The Memorial Hall Park is part of the Memorial Hall sporting facilities and St Aidan's Park off St. David’s Road and St. Marks Close.