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An exciting development of 4 and 5-bedroom new homes in Sileby, set in a charming village location and with good nearby transport connections. The development is just 10 miles from all of the entertainment, shopping opportunities and family-friendly attractions that the vibrant city centre of Leicester has to offer.
3 and 4-bedroom homes
Located in the charming village of Sileby
Range of leisure opportunities in the local area
10 miles from Leicester city centre
0.6 miles from Sileby Railway Station
Seagrave Road, Sileby, LE12 7NH
Seagrave Park is located on Seagrave Road, in the village of Sileby, Leicestershire.
There are several useful road connections close by to the development that will benefit residents looking to travel around the region.
The A6 is particularly convenient and offers easy access to Loughborough in thenorth-west and the metropolitan city of Leicester in about 20 minutes.
Nottingham can be reached in just over 20 miles using the A46, which is only a 6-minute drive away. The popular market town of Oakham is about 40 minutes along the A607 and the A606.
Seagrave Park is served by the Sileby Railway Station, which is within walking distance. There are three major destinations to serve commuters including a trip to Loughborough which takes 10 minutes, Nottingham taking 36 minutes and Leicester, which is a 16-minute journey.
Complementing the traditional village feel, Sileby offers a small selection of everyday essentials such as a post-office, a bank, an express supermarket, a local butcher and several locally-run businesses. Nearby Birstall holds monthly farmers markets for regional and seasonal produce and groceries.
Shopping in the metropolitan city of Leicester is a treat for retail enthusiasts. Its city centre has an eclectic feel that provides several shopping hubs, each with its own focus. High-Cross Shopping Centre, Leicester’s largest regeneration project of recent years, provides 100,000m² of retail options from department stores to quaint cafés.
Alternatively, The Lanes, St Martins Square and The Arcades present a treasure trove of interesting bazaars, boutiques and niche stores set amid award-winning eating and drinking establishments. Leicester Market has 700-years of history selling fresh produce to eager shoppers and continues to deliver on its reputation for quality and selection. High Street, Gallowtree Gate and Granby Street are interconnected pedestrianised areas that offer high-street names, quirky independents, trendy designers and a thriving café scene.
In the village of Sileby there is an intimate selection of eateries comprising of traditional pubs, three Asian-themed restaurants and a café. Sunday lunches, locally-made cakes and appetising takeaways are popular choices.
Leicester boasts a mouth-watering selection of restaurants, cafes and bistros that serve a variety of world-cuisines. There are plenty to pick from across the city and they are complemented by enticing atmospheres, retail centres and modern entertainment venues.
In Loughborough is the multi award-winning restaurant the Hammer and Pincers. With a notable Michelin mention and two AA rosettes, this establishment prides itself on gathering fresh, local produce from the Loughborough area to serve on their grazing, Sunday and A la Carte menus.
Residents of these new homes in Sileby will enjoy several nearby leisure facilities at their disposal. The Beedles Lake Golf Course is an 18-hole, parkland course designed by David Tucker, which is situated in the heart of Leicestershire’s Wreake Valley. Active pursuits continue at the Soar Valley Leisure Centre where a pool, gym and health suite feature. There are astro turf pitches and indoor sports such as netball, basketball and football on offer here too.
In Leicester, The National Space Centre is a real coup for the city and it boasts some excellent facilities including real rocket displays, a planetarium and the rocket tower. Phoenix Square, in the city centre, is a modern cinema that showcases arthouse and world-cinema films. The Curve Theatre is not only state-of-the-art venue for home-produced and touring works, but also an iconic piece of architecture designed by Rafael Viἥoly.
At the Leicester Castle and the Magazine Gateway, which is a scheduled monument of major importance, there are the areas of Castle View and Castle Yard, as well as Castle Street and Castle Gardens to discover. The most significant sites of historic interest are the Castle Hall, Castle Mound, John of Gaunt’s Cellar, Church of St Mary de Castro and the Turrent Gateway. Leicester’s Great Central Railway is also worth a visit, as the UK’s only double track, mainline heritage railway.
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