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House Data in Sleaford
According to home.co.uk Sleaford statistics there can be approximately 187 houses for sale in Sleaford at a time, with the average asking price being £222,402.00 and the median time to sell a house averaging at 77 days.
Sleaford District Council & Council Tax
A total of 17,671 people live in Sleaford. Below is a breakdown of the various council tax bands and prices. These are based on what the value of your property was on 1 April 1991, not its current value. You can check your Council Tax band by going on the Government website.
|Range of values
|Range of values
|Up to and including £40,000.00
|£88,000.01 – £120,000
|£40,000.01 – £52,000
|£120,000.01 – £160,000
|£52,000.01 – £68,000
|£160,000.01 – £320,000
|£68,000.01 – £88,000
|More than £320,000
Why Sleaford: Things To Do?
Dating back to Saxon times, Cogglesford Watermill is thought to be the only Sheriff’s watermill still in operation in England. The Mill lies 30 minutes south of Lincoln in a picturesque setting on the River Slea in the historic market town of Sleaford, Lincolnshire, close to the town centre and all its amenities. Although the present Mill was mainly built in the early 18th Century, millers have produced flour on this site for over 1,000 years. This award winning, three storey building has a low breast shot water wheel and two sets of millstones. You can watch the Mill in operation on special event days, producing stoneground flour as it would have been 200 years ago. When the Mill is not in operation, video footage of the milling process can be seen to discover the fascinating characters and events that shaped its history from its Anglo Saxon origins to the present day. Cogglesford Watermill is a member of Select Lincolnshire and the stone ground flour is sold in the mill shop. Light refreshments and a gift shop are also available together with local visitor information. The mill also holds special events throughout the year.
35 minutes north is the vibrate cultured city of Lincoln. Lincoln’s Brayford Waterfront is England’s oldest Lincoln inland Harbour and offers a great selection of eating, drinking and entertainment venues. It’s the perfect place to relax at a pavement café overlooking the water or the stunning University of Lincoln campus after a hard days shopping. For a unique experience, take a tour on the water, with spectacular scenery, on the Brayford Belle, operating boat trips on the water from Easter to October. The vibrant waterfront includes the Starbucks coffee shop at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Wagamama restaurant which seemingly floats on the water, and the DoubleTree by Lincoln Hotel with the top floor Electric Bar.
Wander the cobbled streets of Lincoln’s unique Cathedral Quarter for an experience of culture, cuisine, and history you won’t forget. Crowned by the awe inspiring Lincoln Cathedral and its near neighbour Lincoln Castle, the Cathedral Quarter is home to an abundance of independent retailers, a tempting selection of places to eat and drink in and luxurious, independent hotels and guest houses. Find The Strait, climb Steep Hill, and explore Bailgate – the village in the city.
Lincoln’s Cultural Quarter, in the heart of the city centre, is a vibrant hub of the city during the daytime and at especially night. Spanning the east of the city centre and the south entrance to Lincoln’s Cathedral Quarter, here you’ll find theatre, museums, art, music, cuisine, bars and cafes. Whether spending the afternoon in a vibrant cafe, taking in the culture of the theatre or discovering the history of the area, the Cultural Quarter has plenty to keep you interested. The Collection and Usher Gallery form the hub of the Cultural Quarter, providing regular exhibitions and activities for the whole family through the year. There are also events and shows through the year at Lincoln Drill Hall and Theatre Royal including the famous pantomime at Christmas. The Upper High Street and The Strait form the lead up to the Cathedral Quarter from the city centre. These are home to a vibrant and eclectic range of fashion outlets, charity stores, bars and nightclubs.
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