High Street, Packington. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

For Sale

High Street, Packington

Guide Price £700,000

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  • 3Living Spaces
  • 5Bedrooms
  • 3Bathrooms

Beth thinks:
The great village setting and a lovely home. Bliss.

No.18 High Street in the heart of sought-after Packington village is quite the family home. With five/six bedrooms, three bathrooms, annex potential and a generous south facing garden to boot.

Beth loves:
the flow of the accommodation

You’ll find more than generous parking on arrival, with plenty of space on the gated driveway for at least four cars to the front, and further parking to the rear. And, inside, this lovely home is no less substantial.

Formerly the village shop and post office before its conversion some twenty years ago, No.18 now perfectly blends modernity with space, having been extended further thereafter. The large entrance hallway keeps everything shipshape with its built-in storage, and just off here there’s a downstairs WC and a study, which, together with superfast broadband, makes for a great home office. Engineered oak flooring flows through much of the ground floor, and the snug is no exception. Curl up here with a good book or favourite podcast and recharge your batteries.

White gloss cabinetry features in the breakfast kitchen, where appliances are integrated and garden views reign. Enjoy a coffee and catch up with friends at the island, and rustle up a bite to eat on the range cooker. There’s ample room to devour it in the dining area with tiled flooring underfoot. Meanwhile the utility room makes laundry days a breeze, and ensures the kitchen is always guest-ready!

A log burner keeps the bright and airy lounge as warm as toast on the chilliest of days, and double doors flow through into the dining room, allowing you to be as flexible with this space as you wish.

Upstairs, the principal suite is impressive, with built-in wardrobes and en suite with double shower, as well as a bath for long soaks. Open the double doors onto the gorgeous balcony and watch the sunrise over the picturesque Leicestershire countryside from this elevated vantage point.

There are three further double rooms - perfect for growing, and fully grown, families alike, and a single bedroom, with plenty of wardrobe space amongst them. And the family bathroom features a modern white suite with ‘P shaped’ bath, perfect for bathing with the added convenience of a shower.

The second floor is where you’ll find the sixth bedroom with its stylish wooden floors, ideal for a guest suite or teen crib, complete with its own en suite shower room. Stargaze through Velux windows by night and bask in brightness by day.

Outside, you’ll find a capacious garage and workshop (2.5 size) with vaulted ceiling, complete with power, just ripe for conversion. Whether you envisage a gym, studio, workshop or annex, let the only limit be your imagination – subject to the usual planning consents, of course. Sunshine streams into the good-sized garden for much of the day, where you can happily potter to your heart’s content, and relax or entertain as the mood takes you. Retreat to the conservatory, with air conditioning for tea and crumpets, where you can enjoy garden views all year round.

The property benefits from solar panels, loads of storage and a burglar alarm.

  • Three words :  large family home
High Street, Packington. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. High Street, Packington. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. High Street, Packington. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

Our favourite part
the garden


Friendly vibes


The small village of Packington certainly packs a punch in the community stakes, from its traditional fairs to flower festivals and duck races. It has its own village store, pub, primary school and village hall, where you’ll find a lively range of events. Wherever you go, you can expect a warm and friendly welcome.

This charming village located in the heart of Leicestershire, offers a delightful blend of rural living and modern amenities. With its tranquil surroundings, friendly community, and excellent transport links, it’s no wonder that Packington is a sought-after location for families, professionals, and retirees alike.

As well as the village primary school, there are several well-regarded junior and secondary schools in the area, including Ashby School. And the Jubilee Wood, which marked the 2012 Diamond Jubilee Of Queen Elizabeth II, is a fantastic 10-mile loop from the village itself. Perfect for little – and not so little – legs of any age.

In fact, there are plenty of opportunities for exploration, as the village is surrounded by breathtaking countryside with a plethora of walking and cycling trails to discover. Additional attractions include the National Forest, Ashby Canal and the Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre.

Try the 17th century Bull and Lion pub in the village for locally sourced food and a very special beer – Rood Awakening, named after the nearby Hold Rood Church – brewed to their own recipe.

The village store is fondly known as ‘Little Harrods’. Fresh fruit and vegetables are delivered daily from markets and farms across the local area, and they take meat orders for local butchers. On Wednesday you’ll find fresh fish, and you can even pick up your dry cleaning twice a week. It’s great for hardware too and all kinds of household essentials. No wonder it’s the little gem of the village.

Packington is close to bustling Ashby-de-la-Zouch, and within a stone’s throw of this market town’s pubs and restaurants scene. Ashby also has an M&S and various large supermarkets, including a 24hr store. Well connected, Packington boasts easy access to rail and road networks, such as the M1 and M42, as well as the nearby towns of Tamworth, and Leicester. For those commuting further afield, East Midlands Airport is just a short drive away.

Local life around the village