The 25 new homes on Wherrys Court seek to take reference from the existing four‐storey mill building on the corner of Burghley Street and Wherrys Lane and also wider references from the typically Georgian and Victorian Vernacular present in the Town Centre, reworking these in a contemporary language.
The 5 three‐storey townhouseswill provide a kitchen / dining / living space and WC at ground floor level. At first floor level there is a secondary living area and study or small bedroom. Second floor contains two double bedrooms and a bathroom. The townhouses are designed to accommodate growing families. The first‐floor rooms provide a level of flexibility, comfortably being used as bedrooms in the future.
The 20 apartments are contemporary designed spaces containing, as a minimum, a double bedroom, second bedroom, bathroom and open‐plan kitchen / dining / living space.
20 parking spaces are provided within the courtyard area with a further 5 spaces provided at the adjacent electric substation meaning that there is parking provided for each dwelling. This is a rare advantage for a town centre development of this type.
A growing market town with exceptional amenities, including a leisure centre, outdoor swimming pool, restaurants, gyms, public houses and a good range of shops and businesses, Bourne is also renowned for its open spaces and its parks and woodland. The town boasts two outstanding secondary schools and three established primary schools, all of which have been rated as good or outstanding by Ofsted.
Bourne has excellent commuter links to other towns and cities in the area. Just 16 miles from the popular city of Peterborough, and approximately 50 minutes drive from Lincoln. There are excellent train links to London from Peterborough, meaning a journey to London can take just 50 minutes. The vibrant cities of Nottingham and Cambridge are also only around an hours drive from Bourne and the town is around a 20 minute drive from the A1, providing great transport links to London and other parts of the country. The towns of Market Deeping, Spalding, Stamford, Sleaford, and Grantham are also within a 30 minute drive.
The town offers many high street retailers alongside a great range of traditional independent retailers. There are also a number of stylish cafes and eating establishments in the town. For nights out, Bourne benefits from a number of pubs and restaurants, which offer a diverse range of cuisines and ales, making way for a vibrant night-life.
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