£301,995 - £309,995
4 bedroom properties
Bardon Road, Coalville, Leicestershire
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More information about Stenson's Quarter...
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Stenson's Quarter is an established community of privately owned, locally-inspired homes, that are hidden away off Bardon Road in north west Leicestershire. This development is flourishing with residents commentating on the attractive tree-lined street scenes. And with a wealth of primary schools and nurseries within walking distance, coupled with the M1 motorway just a few minutes' drive, this destination is proving popular with growing families and working professionals alike.
Stensons Quarter has a variety of local shops, including a Post Office and plenty of places to eat. Conveniently located, theres also a couple of Cooperative stores for everyday food shopping and a larger Morrisons supermarket nearby. Coalville town centre shopping is a walk away with plenty of high street retail shops and eateries available. Coalville is in a commutable distance to a variety of attractions nearby in Loughborough and Leicester. Inclduing the National Space Centre offering out of this world experiences. There's also the family friendly Conkers based in The National Forest and a Cineworld cinema and plenty to enjoy in Loughborough town centre.Stensons Quarter is ideally located with good transport links.
• M1 junction to the north and south are easily accessible as well as the A50
• Loughborough railway station is just 20 minutes away, where you can catch direct trains to Leicester and Nottingham
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