An iconic Leicester landmark, the former Wheatsheaf Works Boot and Shoe Factory was built in 1891, when it was the largest shoe factory in the world. Owned by the Co-operative Wholesale Society, it supplied a wealth of employment opportunities in Leicester. Now it is set for a new lease of life.
The development boasts undercroft parking to specific plots and units which overlook a distinctive open landscaped courtyard. Further units, again plot specific, feature high ceilings, large windows, exposed brickwork, feature radiators to livings areas and exposed beams, to name but a few.
Plot 90 is outward facing contemporary townhouse, and boasts its own private front garden. With accommodation over three storeys, the open plan living kitchen dining area proudly showcases the large traditional windows and offers versatile living. It really must be seen to be appreciated. Contact Hunters today for more information.
3.38m (11' 1") x 2.92m (9' 7")
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
LIVING KITCHEN DINING ROOM
5.82m (19' 1") maximum x 4.93m (16' 2") maximum
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
3.53m (11' 7") x 3.15m (10' 4")
2.95m (9' 8") x 2.16m (7' 1")