Property Prices by Road in Lincoln
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Information about Lincoln, Cornwall:
Lincoln is the county town of Lincolnshire, with a population of 97,541.
Sites of interest include Lincoln Cathedral, which can trace its origins to the eleventh-century and was the world's tallest building from 1311 to 1548. Lincoln Castle was constructed during the eleventh-century and houses one of the four surviving original copies of Magna Carta. Newport Arch is the remains of a Grade I listed third-century Roman gate in the city. The Old Bishop's Palace was built in the twelfth-century. Jew's House dates to the twelfth-century, while the High Bridge in the city dates to the sixteenth-century.
Other attractions include The Museum of Lincolnshire Life is located in Lincoln and was established in 1969. The Collection is the county museum and gallery of Lincolnshire.
There are a number of primary and secondary schools in Lincoln, while Lincoln College provides further education courses. Bishop Grosseteste University is located in the city and gained university status in 2012. The University of Lincoln has an enrolment of 14,105 students and can trace its origins to 1861.
There are sports facilities for sports including football; Lincoln City F.C. play their home games at Sincil Bank, which has a capacity of 10,120.
Lincoln Central railway station offers services to destinations including Leicester, Peterborough, London, Nottingham, Doncaster and Sheffield. East Midlands Airport is 43 miles away from the city.
Below is a list of all the roads in Lincoln, together with information on the average sale price for properties in that road (timescales referenced are at the bottom of the page).
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FAR LANE Lincoln, LN5
Back to counties listData produced by Land Registry © Crown copyright 2015. Data based on sales data from 1st January 2012 onwards..