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Latest house prices for Leicester

Details of 254,386 sales available for this area

Date Price Address
29/05/2024 Details... £250,000 5 The Wayne Way, Birstall, Leicester, LE4 4NE Details...
24/05/2024 Details... £125,000 Flat 3, Watermead Court, 27, Wanlip Lane, Birstall, Leicester, LE4 4JU Details...
23/05/2024 Details... £228,000 95 Montague Road, Leicester, LE2 1TJ Details...
23/05/2024 Details... £490,000 37 Main Street, Broughton Astley, Leicester, LE9 6RE Details...
22/05/2024 Details... £340,000 18 Severn Street, Leicester, LE2 0NN Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £173,000 10 Honeywell Close, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 5QP Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £250,000 4 Banks Road, Leicester, LE2 8HA Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £145,000 57 Cambridge Street, Leicester, LE3 0JQ Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £315,000 15 Edward Avenue, Leicester, LE3 2PB Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £130,000 29 Ruby Street, Leicester, LE3 9GS Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £218,000 79 Main Street, Humberstone, Leicester, LE5 1AE Details...
17/05/2024 Details... £331,000 29 Pembroke Avenue, Syston, Leicester, LE7 2BZ Details...
16/05/2024 Details... £290,000 28 Judith Drive, Leicester, LE5 6FL Details...
16/05/2024 Details... £405,000 21 Heron Close, Great Glen, Leicester, LE8 9DZ Details...
16/05/2024 Details... £180,000 9 Knights Link, Earl Shilton, Leicester, LE9 7EX Details...
15/05/2024 Details... £232,500 3 Barry Court, Narborough, Leicester, LE19 2AL Details...
15/05/2024 Details... £240,000 43 Ravenhurst Road, Leicester, LE3 2PT Details...
14/05/2024 Details... £110,000 Flat 16, The Chimney, 5, Junior Street, Leicester, LE1 4QD Details...
14/05/2024 Details... £328,000 16 Brocks Hill Drive, Oadby, Leicester, LE2 5RD Details...
13/05/2024 Details... £175,000 22 Meadow Court, Narborough, Leicester, LE19 3DX Details...
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Leicester is a vibrant, multicultural city located in the East Midlands of England. With a population of approximately 330,000 people, it’s a bustling metropolis that still retains its small-town charm. Steeped in history, Leicester was once an important centre for the textile trade during the Industrial Revolution and was heavily bombed during World War II. Today, the city is home to world-class museums such as The New Walk Museum and Art Gallery and The King Richard III Visitor Centre. It also hosts cultural events such as the annual Caribbean Carnival and Diwali festival. Located just an hour away from London by train, Leicester offers fantastic transport links and a thriving job market, making it an attractive location for families and young professionals alike. With stunning countryside just a short drive away and affordable housing prices compared to other major cities, Leicester has something for everyone.