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The village sits between Nottingham and Southwell and is split down the middle by a dual carriageway.
Lowdham Property Prices
Properties sold in the last year consisted of mainly detached houses, with an average selling price of £316,031. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £246,750, with terraced properties fetching £199,000.
The overall average selling price with property for sale was £277,141, which is slightly lower than nearby Gunthorpe (£286,707) and Epperstone (£509,375).
Lowdham has a single primary school, Lowdham C of E Primary School, listed as a traditional village school with unique atmosphere and place in the community.
Lowdham Retail and Leisure
Lowdham is a relatively small village with a population of just over 3,000 people. It has a village hall, a select few local shops and four local pubs. The village hall is listed on various ticket websites, often holding events for the local community and also larger events drawing others into the area.
Lowdham railway station links to Lincoln, a historic city famous for it’s cathedral and sitting North-East of Nottinghamshire. Local buses in Lowdham include Nottingham City Transport lines to the city and most neighbouring villages including Burton Joyce, Calverton and Southwell. AOT Coaches also run a service between Netherfield and Oxton, passing through the village.
Why not book a free, no obligation valuation to see how much your Lowdham property is worth?
Mortgage Advice Lowdham
We also offer mortgage advice in Lowdham and other Nottinghamshire villages. We can conduct home visits or you can make a branch appointment. Contact us using the below form to compare the whole of the mortgage market and see how much you could potentially save.
A mortgage is a loan secured against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.