Harby - Plot 16, The Oval, LE14 3EZ


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A semi-detached three-bedroom cottage with a single garage
Each of these charming red brick cottages provides a thoughtfully designed living space, a private garden with far-reaching countryside views, and a top-quality finish inside and out.

The spacious living room at the front of each property is flooded with morning light, thanks to the large southeast-facing windows. To the rear, is the stunning kitchen/dining room, with French doors opening onto the garden.

Storage has been carefully considered with a handy understairs cupboard, and the underfloor heating throughout downstairs ensures each home is super toasty throughout the winter.

Upstairs, bedroom one has built-in wardrobes, a luxurious en suite shower room and an additional storage cupboard. The remaining two bedrooms enjoy views across open countryside.

Each home has a single garage plus two additional parking spaces.

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All purchasers will become members of a Management Company which will be responsible for maintaining the Public Open Space and Attenuation Pond. Please refer to the Management Company Note and Managed Areas Plan for more information.

The level of Council Tax for each property is based upon a valuation set by the Valuation Office Agency. A property is not normally valued until it is complete. In the meantime, you can click to view the Council Tax bands set by Melton Borough Council which will provide an estimated cost of how much Council Tax you should pay.

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The Oval

Nether Broughton
LE14 3EZ

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A delightful collection of stylish new homes, The Oval is as close as you can get to your perfect life in the country. Every home has been thoughtfully designed to blend with the rural location, combining traditional features with the latest in modern living.

If you dream of life in the country, The Oval is just the place for you. On the edge of the Leicestershire village of Nether Broughton, it borders open fields with great views of the surrounding countryside and a ringside seat to what surely must be some of the most stunning sunsets in the county.

The Oval is the site of the historic ‘Vale of Belvoir Test Match’, first played here in 1948 between the villagers of Nether Broughton and Upper Broughton. It became a legendary annual match that lasted well into the 1960s, and has been known as ‘The Oval’ ever since. The village is home to a thriving community centred around the 13th century parish church, the village hall, and the Anchor Inn, a family-run traditional pub that features in the Good Beer Guide.

Perfectly situated just off the main Nottingham to Melton Mowbray road, a 15-minute drive takes you to Melton Railway Station where you can catch a train to Birmingham in just over an hour. The town of Melton Mowbray justifiably claims to be ‘Britain’s rural capital of food’. Famous for its pork pies and Stilton cheese, it boasts the largest town centre market in the country. There’s a thriving farmers’ market and an award-winning brewery, along with a host of well-regarded pubs and restaurants, great shopping and an independent Art Deco cinema. Local beauty spots include the 3,100- acre Rutland Water and historic Belvoir Castle. The Great Central Railway at Loughborough and the Melton Carnegie Museum are well worth a visit, too.

There are primary schools in Old Dalby and Long Clawson, both rated ‘good’ by OFSTED, and two ‘good’ secondary schools in Melton Mowbray, along with Melton Vale 6th Form College, rated ‘Outstanding’. Notable independent schools include Loughborough High (13 miles), Loughborough Grammar (14 miles), Oakham School (16 miles) and Ratcliffe College (17 miles).

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The site plan is for illustrative purposes only and amendements can occur over time. Please speak to your sales advisor for further details.

All purchasers will become members of a Management Company which will be responsible for maintaining the Public Open Space and Attenuation Pond. Please refer to the Management Company Note and Managed Areas Plan for more information.

The level of Council Tax for each property is based upon a valuation set by the Valuation Office Agency. A property is not normally valued until it is complete.

Details added: 10/06/2022
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