Grantham may be best known as the birthplace of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, whilst Sir Isaac Newton was also born in the nearby village of Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth.
This picturesque market town boasts more than just a few claims to fame, however; residents can benefit from good transport links, with local hubs in Nottingham (22 miles east) and Lincoln (23 miles north). The capital, London, is only just over an hour away by train, giving commuters and day-
trippers plenty of options.
Grantham is also extremely scenic, with a lot of stunning countryside right on its doorstep including including Belton House, Ponton Park Wood, and Woodland Trust sites Londonthorpe and Alma Park Woods.
Who Typically Lives Here?
We tend to find that the area attracts those looking to commute from Grantham Train Station, and those seeking far-reaching countryside alongside excellent education for their children. Notable institutions include Kesteven and Grantham Girl’s School (attended by Mrs Thatcher) and The King’s Grammar School (attended by Sir Isaac Newton).
We have been operating throughout Grantham and the surrounding villages pretty much since our inception, and it continues to represent one of our most sough-after locations. You can view some of the properties we have available in the area at the bottom of the page, while the next section takes you through our Grantham experts.
Moores Estate Agents
So what makes Moores special? We like to think there are a few things, but if we had to pick one it would be the personal touch we offer. While many estate agents are relatively faceless, treating every customer as the next in a long line, we really take the time to get to know you and strive to understand exactly what it is you’re looking for.
It is essential that any estate agents know the area they are selling properties in, and we know Grantham like the backs of our hands. You can read about our local specialist, Chelsea, in the section below.