Friendly vibes

Well positioned in charming, historic Ravenstone, amidst the rural backdrop of Leicestershire’s woodland, forest and farmland, this beautiful family home is ideally situated to combine urban and countryside living.

The historic village of Ravenstone is thought to have been established as a settlement as long ago as the late third century and even gets a brief mention in the Domesday Book. Located between the popular towns of Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Coalville, Ravenstone is serviced by a range of local amenities including a primary school, church, a shop, post office, village hall and a pub. With an emphasis on the outdoors, village residents can enjoy the use of its recreation play areas, sports fields and surrounding woodlands.

Perfectly located to explore the rich natural and cultural heritage of the surrounding areas, residents here will have plenty to discover. Families with young children will be delighted to take advantage of the many nearby attractions.

Local restaurants, nearby eateries and dining out venues in the neighbouring towns of Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Coalville, are plentiful and varied. Plus there’s a choice of fun indoor activities including two local indoor soft play centres, trampoline park, pottery painting craft studios, cinemas, bowling, laser tag, an escape room experience and a climbing centre which are all within a ten mile radius.

Local life around the village


Woodstone Community Primary School – less than 1/4 mile away / All Saints Church of England Primary School – 1.2 miles away / Hugglescote Community Primary School – 1.6 miles away / Belvoirdale Community Primary School – 2.4 miles away

Secondary – Stephenson Studio School – 2.3 miles away

Further Education – Stephenson College – approximately 2 miles away / Ivanhoe College – approximately 4.5 miles away.

  • Closest village/town: Ashby de la Zouch
  • Post Office: 1
  • Stores: Ashby Market street has independent and high street retailers
  • Supermarket: Morrisons, Asda Coalville Tesco 24 hr, M&S Aldi - Ashby
  • Pubs: The Kings Arms is a cracker
  • Walks: Along with many footpaths and bridleways there are a variety of places to visit within walking distance. Including the adjacent Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Wood and the popular Scence Valley Forest Park.
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