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Barley Fields by Davidsons Developments Ltd

Barkby Road, Queniborough, LE7

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Barley Fields

Nestled within the rolling hills of Leicestershire, just North of Syston, Queniborough is a quaint village that forms part of the Leicester Urban Area. Dating back to the 18th Century the village has a beautiful Parish Church which, according to Architectural Historian Nicholas Pevsner has ‘one of the finest spires in the whole of Leicestershire.

The oldest part of the village has a mix of 16th – 20th century houses including thatched cottages and also the beautiful Grade II listed, Queniborough hall which is believed the have been built around 1675.

Davidsons are keen to empathetically design a mixture of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom Victorian and Georgian style homes keeping the history and heritage of the village in mind and taking inspiration from local buildings.

Please register your interest to be kept up to date with our exciting plans for this beautiful site.

All development plans are for identification purposes only & may be subject to change at any time at the discretion of Davidsons Developments Limited.
  1. Nestled within the rolling hills of Leicestershire
  2. A mixture of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  3. Victorian and Georgian style homes



Barkby Road, Queniborough, LE7

Local Information

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Syston (1.5 miles)
National Train Station logo Sileby (3.1 miles)
National Train Station logo Barrow upon Soar (5.1 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Davidsons Developments Ltd

Building properties that represent a different age of craftsmanship, Davidsons homes are being built not just for you, but for the generations that follow in your footsteps.

In the first half of the last century Albert Wilson started to build homes in the Leicestershire area. Over the next 60 years, this company developed into a national house builder, which was respected as one of the best names in housebuilding in the UK. After the brand was acquired by an international construction group David Wilson and his family decided to start building their reputation for excellence again and created Davidsons – homemakers for a new generation.

Certain things remain the same – like the family values and commitment to quality that David Wilson always insisted on. But Davidsons is a smaller and younger company, staffed by people who have worked for the big names in housebuilding, but who are convinced that now is the time for a different approach.

Davidsons is building for the generations to come. No fast answers or short-cuts, just homes that have style, efficiency, sustainability and quality built in.

You should always be able to identify a Davidson home by the unique stone or wooden “rose” insignia built into the structure of the building. After all, if you are buying the work of a master builder, then Davidsons think that further generations of your family should be able to recognise it.

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Call us on 0116 452 0041 or fill in the contact form below.

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