Pine Drive, Syston, Leicester
*** UNUSUALLY LARGE CORNER PLOT *** POTENTIAL TO EXTEND TO THE SIDE SUBJECT TO PLANNING *** DRIVEWAY AND LARGE DETACHED DOUBLE GARAGE *** MUCH SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION CLOSE TO MERTON...
Melton Road, Syston, Leicester
*** NO UPWARD CHAIN *** GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT *** TOWN CENTRE LOCATION CLOSE TO ALL AMENITIES *** OPEN ASPECT OVER PARK TO REAR *** PERFECT FIRST TIME BUY ***Offered to...
Northdown Drive, Thurmaston, Lei...
Offers over £240,000
*** NO UPWARD CHAIN *** HUGE POTENTIAL FOR EXTENSION SUBJECT TO PLANNING *** LARGER THAN AVERAGE PLOT *** CUL-DE-SAC POSITION *** REQUIRING MODERNISATION *** POPULAR LOCATION *** ATTRACTIVE BAY WINDOWED...
Verdale Avenue, Leicester
A detached and extended three bedroom bungalow situated on a large plot providing excellent potential to extend further subject to planning. The sunny south facing rear gardens to this property...
Long Furrow, East Goscote, Leice...
Offers in excess of £220,000
An extremely stylish and contemporary bay fronted three bedroom family home which has been subject to high quality refurbishments throughout. This stunning property provides a comfortable, modern and well maintained...
There has been a settlement here for more than 1,000 years, with the name Sitestone recorded in the Domesday Book and the Roman road known as the Fosse Way passes through Syston. The Syston white plum is a locally grown dessert plum which is emblazoned on the town’s Welcome to Syston signs.
Back in the nineteenth century, the main local industry was framework knitting, with whole families involved. This home industry was eventually replaced with a sizeable boot and shoe industry, companies producing knitting machinery and components for Leicestershire’s thriving hosiery industry, until its decline in the 1990's.
Little industry now remains, although some knitwear is still produced and shoes are distributed from local warehouses. Pukka Pies has its headquarters in the town, one of the largest employers, town, employing 250 people.
Syston retains many of its original thatched roofed cottages, although some were altered to local slate, and the River Soar runs past the western edge of the town.
There’s an array of pubs, restaurants and coffee shops on the High Street. The town is home for many commuters to the city of Leicester, a few miles away to the south-west, which also provides access to excellent rail, bus and road links.
With several schools in Syston, Thurmaston, East Goscote and Queniborough, locals have plenty of choice.
An important commuter town for Leicester, Syston is ideally located for access to Leicester, Loughborough, Melton Mowbray and Nottingham with the A46, A607 and M1 close by.
Buses go to Leicester and a train line also goes to Leicester city centre ideal for commuting or onward travel.
Buying or selling property in Syston:
High quality properties are available in Syston ranging from bungalows to family homes as well as old character properties in the nearly villages.
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