£399,995 - £574,995
4 and 5 bedroom houses
Welbeck Avenue, Burbage, Leicestershire
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More information about The Spinney...
GET STAMP DUTY PAID ON SELECTED HOMES WHEN YOU RESERVE BY 10.02.19* This established community in the village of Burbage is over 90% sold, meaning you'll need to act quickly to secure one of the final 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. As a resident, youâll be surrounded by mature trees, winding pathways, open greens, whilst benefiting from easy access to the A5 and M69, outstanding schooling options and a number of cafÃ©s, bistros and restaurants on your doorstep.*Further terms and conditions apply. Speak to our Sales Adviser for more information.Burbage has a variety of shops, including a Post Office and plenty of places to eat. There's a nearby Lidl supermarket for your weekly shop and a larger Sainsburys supermarket nearby. Britannia Shopping Centre is just down the road with a host of high street retailers and eateries. Hinckley Leisure Centre is just a drive away offering a range of sporting activities for all ages. Youâll also find a Cineworld cinema and plenty to eateries. Newham Paddox Art Park is located just over the border into Warwickshire which is one of Britain's largest contemporary sculpture art galleries that's set in 30 acres of oak woodland and beside serene lakes.The Spinney benefits from excellent transport links. The M69 and A5 are just a short drive away, whilst the the M1 is only a few miles away. Hinckley Train Station is just 7 minutes drive, where you can catch Cross Country direct trains to Birmingham, Peterborough and Leicester.
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