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Land Off Ashley Road, Medbourne, Leicestershire


Land Off Ashley Road, Medbourne, Leicestershire.

For Sale by Informal Tender

Exclusive Village Development Site with Planning Permission for 6 High-End Houses and Bungalows

  • Rare high-end development opportunity
  • Exclusive South Leicestershire village
  • Secluded 1.1 acre site
  • Views over open countryside on three sides
  • Planning for 3 houses and 3 bungalows
  • Total net floor area proposed – 10,451 sq.ft
  • Unconditional offers for land sought
  • Viewing strictly by appointment
  • For sale by informal tender


Medbourne is one of the most sought after villages in Leicestershire.

Situated in the beautiful rolling countryside of South East Leicestershire on the edge of the Welland Valley, it is an historic and unspoilt village within easy reach of Market Harborough and its 1 hour rail service to London St Pancras.


Despite its small size, Medbourne is a “proper” village with a church, pub and village shop. In addition, it boasts outstanding community sports facilities for all levels of cricket, football and tennis.

The site is an elevated plot on the south-western edge of the village overlooking beautiful open countryside to three sides, and yet is only a short walk from the village centre.


The site extends to 1.1 acres and is currently agricultural land accessed off Ashley Road. Its elevated position gives outstanding views on three sides.

The consented scheme provides for the creation of a new access onto Ashley Road and the construction of three substantial detached houses and three large bungalows.

proposed development

The site has planning permission for the development of 3 substantial detached houses and 3 large detached bungalows off a private drive accessed from Ashley Road.

planning permission

Planning application 20/01470/FUL was granted by Harborough District Council on October 12th 2021.

All related documents, including the decision notice can be found on the Planning File


The purchaser will be required to build plots and sell 2 and 3 to the landowners for a nominal sum.  Offers must account for this.

The site is to be sold by informal tender at a date to be advised.