Your Move Sutton-on-Sea Local Area Guide

How is the Sutton-on-Sea market performing?

House prices in Sutton-on-Sea have increased 12.3% over the past 12 months.

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Average property price in Sutton-on-Sea
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Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Sutton-on-Sea covers.

Why move to Sutton-on-Sea?

Sutton-on-Sea has an extensive choice of housing stock from apartments, to bungalows through to family homes and country residences, plenty of choice for those searching for property for sale in and around Sutton-on-Sea. So if you are looking for a coastal property in Lincolnshire, a quiet country residence or an impressive detached home with land then Sutton on Sea could be the ideal location for you.



Nearby is historic Lincoln providing all the attractions that cities can offer. Grimsby is a major town to the north with the usual out of town stores and a good shopping centre. Other nearby towns like Alford and Louth regularly have cultural events and are pleasant places to shop and visit. Sandilands is the area where merchants and traders from places like Nottingham would spend the summer in their big houses. During the summer there is Tennis Week.

There is a regular bus service to neighbouring towns, a National Express coach to London which stops daily in the village and the nearest railway station is Skegness to the South - about a half hour's drive away. There are all sorts of activities available throughout the year. There is a golf course and the local bowls club thrives. The area is also well-served with good schools.

Mablethorpe, five minutes drive North, has a cinema, a sports centre, traditional seaside amusements and donkey rides in the summer. Mablethorpe differs from Sutton-on-Sea as it is larger and has traditional seaside amusements, funfair, rides and souvenir shops. It has a good range of places to eat and regularly holds events such as the beach motorcycle racing.