Coalville is a district which attracts a diverse range of people who enjoy all the area has to offer.

With Loughborough and Leicester attracting higher prices due to its student market, Coalville is a popular choice for buyers who wish to live within close proximity of the larger city and town but get good value for money when buying a property. A four bedroom detached house in the area will cost around £225,000.

Coalville is popular with families and couples alike, and the majority of buyers in the area are aged between 35 and 44. Several parts of the area fall into the highly sought after Ashby Grammar school catchment. Many people have been brought up around the area and are keen to stay close to family and friends.

Coalville is probably best know for having the company Pall-Ex within the area, which is owned by Dragons Den's Hilary Devey.

As a popular residential area, there is a range of property types in Coalville. In contrast to the many period buildings there is an increasing number of new developments taking place in the area. The majority of the housing around the town centre is of late 1880s and tends to be terraced or semi detached.

As one of Coalville's leading Estate Agents Your Move has a wide range of flats, houses and bungalows for sale in the area. The office also sells property further afield in Markfield to the south which has great commuter links to the M1 and Ashby De La Zouch to the north which is a desirable market town. Three and four bedroom family homes are the most popular and usually sell between £130,000 and £220,000.

Amongst the most sought after areas are Ibstock and Whitwick which lie on the outskirts of the town.

The price of property to rent in Coalville starts at around £400pcm for a small terraced house or flat.

Coalville benefits from a range of small independent shops and also some bigger high street names such as Wilkinsons, Dorothy Perkins and a selection of supermarkets for that weekly shop. The weekly market is the perfect place to get all your fresh fruit and vegetables. Being within close proximity of the M1 gives easy access to the larger towns and cities, in particular Fosse Retail Park located just on the outskirts of Leicester where you will find stores such as Marks & Spencer, Next and BHS.

Sence Valley in Ibstock is a delightful nature reserve which formed part of the regeneration program having been a former open cast mine. Snibston Discovery Park is a well-known national attraction that highlights the mining history and manufacturing industry of the local area.

Coalville is within the heart of the National Forest and boasts excellent transport links to the M1, M42 and East Midlands Airport.

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