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Hotchkin Gardens, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, LN10 6AQ View on map
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Hotchkin Gardens is a stunning development of 49 bungalows and cottages. Located in an area which is small enough to still be considered a village, yet large enough to have all amenities nearby, this Lincolnshire village set in beautiful surroundings has great appeal. It’s easy to see why Woodhall Spa is a popular destination for retirement. Now, with the addition of a McCarthy & Stone Retirement Living bungalow development available exclusively to the over 55s, it’s sure to be more appealing than ever.

This attractive development will offer bungalows for sale in Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire. It will consist of 9 one bedroom, 32 two bedroom bungalows and 8 three bedroom freehold retirement cottages purpose designed and built for the over 55s, with a landscaped garden to each property front and a stylish shared pavilion, ideal for meeting up with friends and family for coffee or a glass of wine.

Spacious, light, and contemporary, all McCarthy Stone properties are designed to be a pleasure to live in, with intelligent high specification, high quality fixtures and fittings and modern flourishes. The luxurious pavilion, with Wi-Fi, is designed to be the community hub, a space for socialising and relaxing while the beautiful shared garden will be ideal for soaking up the sunshine with an ice-cold drink during the warmer months.

Pretty Woodhall Spa is a Fairtrade village, and the lively community proudly supports the many local and independently run shops and businesses on the high street. Here you’ll find everything from cafes and restaurants to gift shops, pharmacies and a library. The unique Kinema in the Woods, Woodhall Spa, is a popular local haunt, and a fantastic introduction to the enchanting pine woodland which skirts the edge of the village and expands into the surrounding countryside


Development Highlights

  • Located in stunning Woodhall Spa
  • Close to amenities including shops, cafes and restaurants
  • Retirement Living, exclusive to the over 55s
  • Easy access to the countryside
  • One, two or three bedroom freehold bungalows
  • Luxury retirement bungalows coming soon

Key Features

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    Near the countryside
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    Maintained front gardens
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    Private rear gardens
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    Car parking
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    Function Room

Interactive Site Plan

Our interactive site plan allows you to explore this retirement development. You’ll see that one bedroom retirement homes are shown in yellow, two bedroom homes are shown in light brown and three bedroom homes are shown in blue. Any retirement property shown in red is already reserved or sold. When you click on an available property, you’ll be given information about the sale prices. You can then click on ‘view property’ to find out more.

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The properties at this development are freehold

You can buy properties on this development. If you’d like to own your retirement property, we can help make the move as stress-free as possible, including support with packing and removals.
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Living in Woodhall Spa

The village of Woodhall Spa has historic links to the Dambusters due to the airfield which was built in 1941.  The Petwood Hotel served as a military hospital for injured soldiers during the Great War, but it is best known as the home of the legendary 617 “Dambusters” Squadron in WW2. 

It was here that the 617 Squadron were stationed and took flight on their mission to sink the Tirpitz. Today the Dambusters Memorial and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitors Centre in Woodhall Spa commemorate the Squadron. You can also learn more at the Woodhall Spa Cottage Museum.