Lincoln’s own Colosseum homes cost up to £940k

People in the market for property in Lincoln can add ‘landmark Colosseum development’ to their list of options, with four-storey properties ranging from £450,000 to £940,000.

The Colosseum, which is hidden just off Newport, shares its uphill address with the historic Lincoln Castle and Cathedral and is close to Bishop Grosseteste University.

Photo: Tennyson Homes

Photo: Tennyson Homes

The Tennyson Homes development is made up of 14 Georgian-style homes offering between 2,575 sq ft and 5,200 sq ft floor space.

The properties are set down a long driveway and share a courtyard. Each house is also named after famous writers, with Shakespeare Place marking up the largest investment (seven bedrooms).

There are three seven-bedroom properties available four with six bedrooms, six with five bedrooms and one with four.

Five-bedroom properties include kitchen/diners, dressing rooms, master suites and some five and six bedroom properties also include cinema rooms and games rooms.

Buyers can now register for their private meeting and discuss bespoke choices.

Properties are being managed by Robert Bell & Company.

The Lincoln Colosseum map, with 14 properties. Photo: Tennyson Homes

The Lincoln Colosseum map, with 17 properties. Photo: Tennyson Homes