Fleckney is a village and civil parish set in the heart of the Leicestershire countryside approximately 9 miles south east of Leicester. The village has a good sense of community which is well served by a wide spectrum of groups and clubs that provide activities and interests for all age groups. There are a good range of facilities including a primary school, range of shops, a Post Office, library, two public houses, a sports centre as well as Doctors' surgery and Dental practise.
Wistow Rural Centre is less than 2 miles to the North with its plant centre, cafe/bistro, farm shop, furniture & craft outlets and art gallery and has become an ever-evolving destination in South Leicestershire over recent years. For more extensive amenities, nearby Kibworth provides a range of boutique shops and cafes, together with more extensive day to day facilities including Doctors surgery, dentists, a supermarket and sports clubs including tennis, golf, bowls and cricket. The medieval market town of Market Harborough is approximately 10 miles to the south and has superb shopping with independent boutiques, a theatre, leisure centre, Waitrose, bars and restaurants.
There is a wide selection of state and independent schooling in the area including the preparatory school at Stoneygate (Great Glen) and notable private secondary schooling options at Leicester Grammar School (Great Glen) and Leicester High School. Fleckney Primary School serving the strong and vibrant community was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted at the last inspection and following through to secondary education, Kibworth High School is located in the neighbouring village.
Transportation links are excellent, with both Market Harborough and Leicester train stations being within easy driving distance, providing a regular service to London St. Pancras (from 55 minutes MH) whilst Rugby station is also accessible offering services to London Euston in 48 minutes. The M1 and the M6 are a short distance away, providing access to London and airports as well as Birmingham and East Midlands airports.
The 23-foot-long SITTING ROOM has an open fire with built in period cupboard to one side, double glazed sash window to front and French doors leading to the rear garden.
The Family KITCHEN / DINING ROOM is a large open plan space, the dining area with double glazed sash window to the front, feature fireplace with period cupboard to one side and wooden flooring. The kitchen area has a window to the rear and central breakfast island, with a range of eye and base level units, dishwasher, space for range cooker, space for large fridge/freezer and granite working surfaces.
Off the kitchen is a SNUG / BOOT ROOM area that leads directly onto the rear patio and on from there is a W.C and UTILITY ROOM completing the ground floor accommodation.
Stairs rise from the entrance to the first-floor landing, and give way to four generous BEDROOMS. To the front are bedrooms 1 and 2, both with feature fireplaces, and to the rear are bedrooms 3 and 4 overlooking the rear garden. The refitted FAMILY BATHROOM has bath with shower over, WC and sink in vanity unit.
To the side of the house is off street parking that leads to a GARAGE that is currently used for storage and would potentially make a great office to work from home.
There is a generous patio area and natural pond, leading onto the large lawned garden, bordered by mature trees and shrubs; and to the rear is a gravelled area, with garden store.
All main services are connected.
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