To Letcraft unit

Unit 8, St John's Craft Units, Caistor Drive, Bracebridge Heath, Lincolnshire, LN4 2TA


The property comprises a first floor unit within this renovated two storey building which provides 8 craft workshops. The building is constructed with stone elevations under a pitched tile roof and forms part of the former St John’s Hospital site.

The property has painted walls internally, boarded/painted concrete floor, overhead fluorescent lighting, steel frame windows with part secondary glazing, sink unit and drainer with electric hot water heater, together with air con for heating/cooling.

There are communal WCs at ground floor level.


The site is located at the top of Cross O’ Cliff Hill in the village of Bracebridge Heath, which lies around 3.5 miles to the south of Lincoln City Centre.

The village amenities within Bracebridge Heath are located a short walk to the south. These include 3 village pubs, 2 convenience stores operated by Tesco and the Lincolnshire Co-op, a pharmacy, post office, various takeaways, a doctors’ surgery and primary school/children’s day nursery.

The eastern relief road extension, which was completed just over 2 years ago, provides access to all parts of the City Centre and, further south, to the A46 dual carriageway to Newark and the A1, lying around 18 miles to the south west.

Lincoln is the administrative and shopping centre for the county of Lincolnshire, with a catchment population of over 545,000 within a 20km radius.

The city is a well-regarded tourist destination, attracting over 4 million a year, predominantly visiting to view Lincoln Cathedral, which is recognised as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Europe.

The city enjoys good road links to the A1 at Newark, the M180 at Scunthorpe via the A15 and is on the East Coast Mainline with regular services to London King’s Cross, taking around 1.5 hours.

Lincoln is located around 40 miles to the north east of Nottingham, 40 miles south of Hull and 40 miles north of Peterborough.


We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage supplies are available and connected to the property. These have not been tested and interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the relevant utility service providers.

service charge

A service charge will be levied to cover the upkeep, maintenance and repair of all common parts of the development.


VAT may be charged in addition to the rent at the prevailing rate.

legal costs

The lessee is responsible for the cost of documenting the letting of £210 + VAT.