Main Street, Ravenstone. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

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Main Street, Ravenstone

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 3Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Beth thinks:
This character features with modern styling is gorgeous

A Timeless Treasure in the Heart of Ravenstone. Step inside to find a deceptively spacious home. This three bedroom cottage has been renovated beautifully to offer a modern twist a to 17th century property. Offered with no chain!

Beth loves:
The kitchen and dining hall is a great space to entertain

A Timeless Treasure in the Heart of Ravenstone

Nestled in the quaint village of Ravenstone, a true gem of a property awaits. Prepare to be enchanted by this delightful three-bedroom character cottage, a testament to the enduring appeal of 17th-century architecture and craftsmanship.

Dating back to circa 1641, this "Crook beam" cottage exudes an undeniable charm that has withstood the test of time. Tastefully decorated and updated by the owners, the interior seamlessly blends original features with contemporary comforts, creating an inviting and captivating ambience. Its like something out of ' The White Company' catalogue.

From the moment you step inside, you'll be greeted by a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The dining room, with its limestone tiled floor and exposed beams, sets the tone for a truly immersive experience. Adjacent, the fitted kitchen by renowned firm Holmetree boasts quartz worktops, a Rangemaster oven, Quooker tap and an elegant designer radiator, ensuring both style and functionality.

The heart of the home, however, lies in the generously proportioned lounge. Here, the exposed brick feature wall, multi-fueled burning stove, and Yorkshire stone hearth create a cozy and inviting retreat, perfect for gathering with loved ones or simply unwinding after a long day.

Upstairs, three bedrooms await, each offering a serene sanctuary. The master bedroom boasts an en-suite shower room, while the remaining bedrooms are complemented by a stylish three-piece bathroom, complete with a freestanding bathtub think boutique hotel vibes fixtures are by Lusso Stone and gorgeous tiling by Mandarin stone. Bedroom two is currently used as a dressing room with built in full height wardrobes, while bedroom 3 is a gorgeous single bedroom overlooking the rear garden. It might be small but its perfectly formed.

Outdoor living is equally appealing, with a south-easterly facing low-maintenance rear garden featuring a paved patio and a charming brick outbuilding, ideal for storage or as currently used as a utility.

A little bit of history about Crook beam cottages were a distinctive style of 17th century vernacular architecture found primarily in rural England. Dating back to around 1641, these modest dwellings featured a signature crooked or bent timber beam supporting the thatched roof. This crook beam design helped create more interior headroom in an otherwise tiny single-room cottage. Built by peasants using local materials like wattle and daub, crook beam cottages were the humble abodes of the poorest members of agricultural communities during that period. Despite their small size and simple construction, these historic cottages have become iconic examples of traditional English building techniques and a window into the living conditions of the working class in the 1600s. We believe this property to be only one of two properties in Leicestershire its truly unique.

Ravenstone itself is a highly sought-after village, just three miles from the bustling market town of Ashby-de-la-Zouch. With excellent transport links, including easy access to the A42/M42 motorway network, and proximity to reputable schools, this location offers the perfect blend of rural tranquility and urban convenience.

Do not miss this rare opportunity to acquire a piece of history and make this exquisite character cottage your own. I anticipate a flurry of interest, so act swiftly to secure a viewing and experience the timeless allure of this exceptional property firsthand.

  • Three words :  Cosy Cottage Vibes
Main Street, Ravenstone. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Main Street, Ravenstone. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent. Main Street, Ravenstone. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

Our favourite part
The village location


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.


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.

Local life around the village

  • 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.