Newton Fallowell first opened in Melton Mowbray in 2000, and offers residential sales, Lettings, and mortgage advice. The branch gives buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants access to a data base from the entire Newton Fallowell network. For sellers, it means more potential buyers and a higher profile for their property to achieve the best possible sale price.
As a family-run business, packages can be individually tailored to suit needs, as we recognise not all homeowners are the same. Options include, professional photography to make your property stand out, floor plans, glossy sales brochures, advertising on both rightmove and zoopla, and the very latest marketing tools are combined with a proactive and enthusiastic team who, most importantly, listen to what the customer asks for, and act on it in a friendly and professional manner.
Meet Our Customers
“Start to finish, the service I received was second to none, they spoke in common sense, worked tirelessly on my behalf and I cannot thank the staff enough for making the whole process as easy as what it was.”
James Morris, Melton Mowbray
Queensway, Old Dalby
This semi-detached family home offers the POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVEMENT & EXTENSION, benefiting from an EXTENSIVE REAR GARDEN & SUPERB FIELD VIEWS. The accommodation comprises of an Entrance Hall, Lounge, Kitchen,...
High Street, Waltham On The Wolds
Offers in excess of £200,000
Located in the heart of the sought-after village location of Waltham on the Wolds is this charming barn conversion, offering both character and modern accommodation, which has recently been refurbished...
Hall Orchard Lane, Frisby On The...
This well presented detached family home has UNDERGONE RECENT REFURBISHMENT, benefiting from FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS, TANDEM LENGTH GARAGE, as well as a WEST-FACING REAR GARDEN, sitting within a desirable position...
Suffolk Close, Melton Mowbray
This executive detached family home benefits from FOUR/FIVE DOUBLE BEDROOMS and sits on a GENEROUS SOUTH-FACING CORNER PLOT in one of Melton Mowbray's most sought-after residential areas. The extensive and...
Redbrook Crescent, Melton Mowbray
Offers in excess of £160,000
This end of terrace house could make an IDEAL FIRST-TIME HOME OR INVESTMENT, being sold with NO ONWARD CHAIN, offering the SPACE & POTENTIAL FOR EXTENSION. The accommodation comprises of...
Windsor Street, Melton Mowbray
£495 pcm + fees -
***AVAILABLE NOW*** A luxury ONE DOUBLE BEDROOM top floor apartment situated in the town centre with secure allocated parking and lift to all floors. Offering modern day open plan living...
Kestrel Road, Melton Mowbray
£495 pcm + fees -
A one double bedroom quarter style mews house situated on the South side of Melton Mowbray having the benefit of uPVC double glazing and gas central heating and comprising in...
School Hill, Sproxton
£625 pcm + fees -
***AVAILABLE NOW*** Situated in the sought after village of Sproxton, this three double bedroom cottage has a wealth of character and charm. Having spacious accommodation comprising fitted kitchen with appliances...
Garland, Rothley, Leicester
£900 pcm + fees -
A detached three double bedroom bungalow situated in a sought after residential area in Rothley. Having the benefit of gas central heating and double glazing, the accommodation comprises in brief,...
Linkfield Road, Mountsorrel
£595 pcm + fees -
**Available Early May**** A very well presented semi-detached house house located in the village of Mountsorrel. The accommodation comprises of spacious Entrance Hall, Lounge, Newly Fitted Kitchen, TWO BEDROOMS and...
Famous for its pork pies, Melton Mowbray is a busy market town, ideal for a quieter way of life, yet only a 30-minute drive from Leicester, Grantham and Nottingham. Known as the ‘Rural Capital of Food’, Melton Mowbray is also one of the five homes of Stilton cheese, which originated near-by and is still made in the town today.
A famous cattle market every Tuesday attracts tourists from far and wide, and the town is close to the Vale of Belvoir, an area of outstanding natural beauty and home to Belvoir Castle, with its regular range of outdoor events.
World-renowned conductor Sir Malcolm Sargant had his first job in the town, as organist at St Mary’s Church, and Graham Chapman of Monty Python fame was brought up in Melton.
A major employer is pet food manufacturer Masterfood, which has been in the town since the 1950s.
Melton Mowbray offers an array of shops in the main high street as well as back street cafés to relax in. Our Newton Fallowell Office is 200 yards from Melton train station and close to Melton’s most popular bars, restaurants and boutique shops.
Melton Mowbray is renowned for its music-making and has several pubs, some of which, continue to encourage new live music. The town also boasts an unusual cinema: The Regal in King Street is a remarkably preserved purpose-built theatre that re-opened recently after refurbishment.
The secondary schools in Melton are Long Field Academy and John Ferneley College, which take students aged 11 to 16, and the Melton Vale Post 16 Centre (MV16) for Sixth Formers. The town has several primary schools – Brownlow, Grove, St Francis RC, St Mary's C of E, Sherard and Swallowdale – while the Birchwood Special School caters for young people of primary and secondary school age.
Brooksby Melton College provides vocational, further and higher education in a wide range of subjects with a campus on Asfordby Road in Melton plus a smaller annexe on King Street. These facilities complement those on the college's Brooksby campus 6 miles (10 km) out of the town.
Melton railway station is on the line from Birmingham to Stansted Airport via Leicester, Peterborough and Cambridge. Trains run hourly in either direction. Other services run between Nottingham, Norwich and Sleaford. There is also a service direct from Melton Mowbray to London St Pancras and to Derby.
The bus services in Melton Mowbray link the town with Leicester, Nottingham, Oakham and other regional centres, as well as many of the surrounding villages.
With a family background of estate agency, it has always been as aspiration for Anya to work and progress within the industry and joined Newton Fallowell late in 2017.Contact Anya Loomes
Having previously worked for 9 years in banking as a Customer Service Advisor, and a further 11 years as a Money Advisor for the Citizens Advice Bureau, Sara has a strong background in both custome...Contact Sara Knight
Having spent over 10 years with Newton Fallowell, Ann enjoys a varied role as Branch Administrator, including creating property details and brochures, dealing with enquiries and throwing herself in...Contact Ann Smith