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Six new property instructions listed by Shoulers in the past month showcase a range of house styles whose owners are ready to make their move in the local housing market in and around Melton.

In considering the contrasting range of house styles in this set of ‘super six’ newest instructions, Shoulers residential agency is encouraged by how the local market is shaping up so far this year, with vendors bringing forward fresh properties to launch to the local market.

With one of the newest listings already sold subject to contract - a 3 bedroom end of terrace on Oak Road, listed as an ideal first time buyer home, with a guide price of £190,000 - the remaining five properties in the super six set should fulfil the requirements of purchasers active in the local Melton market.

In the Vale of Belvoir village of Branston, a detached 4 bedroom, contemporary, family home, with double garage is for sale with a guide price of £850,000, is at the premium end of the super six.

The enduring popularity of family-centred residential neighbourhoods in Melton itself should see potential purchasers attracted to a 3 bedroom detached home on Longwill Avenue or the 3 bedroom/3 bathroom semi-detached home on Badger Avenue.

Guide prices are £350,00 and offers over £260,000, respectively.

In the two bedroom market in Melton is a 2 bedroom semi-detached home on Clydesdale Close, where offers in the region of £209,950 are being invited.

Whereas a 2 bedroom terraced house on Beckmill Lane, offers an investment opportunity for a guide price of £155,000.

Speaking about the local property market since the start of the year, Richard Cleaver, Head of Residential, Shouler & Son, said, “Buyers and sellers have, more or less, processed the economic shocks of last autumn and those who are entering the housing market now are in it because they need to move.

“Nobody is moving for the sake of it. Our ‘super six’ set of sellers are market-ready movers.

“Working with sellers and buyers with serious intent to move, and who are realistic about the adjustments in the housing market, can only be a positive from an estate agent’s point of view.

“We are heartened by the range of instructions we’ve listed so far this year and are well placed to progress sales and take on more instructions as we face the first signs of spring.”

Viewing of any of the properties for sale is strictly by appointment only through Shouler & Son.

To arrange a viewing or for more information about these or other family homes currently for sale in the Melton district and its surrounding area, contact Richard Cleaver at Shouler & Son, 01664 560181, or see