For Sale

Atkinson Road, Ashby


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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms

Beth thinks:
This home is a total blank canvas ready for you to transform.

A well-presented end of terrace townhouse, with all the quirkiness of 1980s style fused with a modern, refreshed interior, located in a sought-after area. Within easy reach of Ashby town you’ll find Atkinson Road.

Beth loves:
The location, within enviable proximity to Ashby's bustling high street.

It’s a desirable neighbourhood where No.6 sits proudly. From the outset, the bright walls and ceilings that first greet you in the entrance hall provide a wonderful feeling of airiness and space. There’s smart wooden flooring upon entry fusing practicality with style, and walls are painted in calming, muted tones.

With two bedrooms and ample living space, this home is in good decorative order while also a blank canvas ready for you to call your own.

A sizeable living room awaits, while a bright and airy kitchen/dining room sits at the rear. There’s plenty of room to accommodate all the family gathered round the table, and the sleekest of kitchens to whip up a midweek meal. Beech-effect units offer an abundance of storage for provisions, while adding a contemporary touch to the space and keeping it light and airy.

Storage space and worktops are plentiful and there’s a varied range of integrated appliances, oven and induction hob for the keenest of home chefs.

Upstairs, off the landing, you’ll find two generous bedrooms as well as a stylish bathroom featuring a P-shaped panelled bath and Mira electric shower over.

Outside, to the rear, the garden has been designed for low-maintenance use. To the side, there's an allocated parking space and space for visitors. (TBC)

  • Three words :  Old. Meets. New.


For the night owl's


Ashby de-la-Zouch is a sought after market town in Leicestershire with a great sense of community. The town has been awarded Purple Flag Status, meaning it surpasses the standards of excellence in managing the evening and night time economy. The town’s nightlife has been heralded as entertaining, diverse, safe and enjoyable and with a wonderful range of restaurants, cocktail bars, nightclubs, micro-pubs and old fashioned drinking establishments, you won’t be short of places to go. If you love to socialise late into the evening you’ll feel right at home in Ashby!

Birmingham and Nottingham has been greatly relieved by the introduction of the A42 and A511 bypasses, which replace the A453 and A50, respectively.

There are plenty of education options as Ashby is home to 5 local primary schools, Ivanhoe College and Ashby School.

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