If you are looking for apartments for rent in Rothwell, Ashan Property is the letting agency you can count on. We have a range of new homes and older style properties to let in the Corby and Kettering areas and are known for our prompt response, professionalism and reliability.
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From flats to cottages, 2, 3, 4 or 5 bedroom houses, and coach houses we have an excellent range of properties for rent in Rothwell, Kettering, Little Stanion, Geddington, Corby, Desborough and Northampton and Wellingborough.
We pride ourselves on our personal service and will help make your search for rental home go as smoothly as possible. Our staff at Ashan Property will guide you through the letting process from start to finish, and help you find a house or a flat that meets your budget, and chosen locations.
Once we have helped you find your dream home, our services don’t end there. We are just at the end of a telephone and have a 24 hour helpline that is available for your convenience. So if any issues arise, we can step in to solve them.
As a property management company, we also offer landlord services so we can match the perfect tenant to your property. If you have several properties, we also offer property portfolio management, so we can take the worry of renting your flats and apartments out of your hands.
From new homes to historic stone houses and apartments to rent, we have a wide range of properties in this attractive, growing market town. It is a sought after location for property hunters, particularly commuters, as it has easy links to the A14 and A6 leading to the M1 and M6. The nearest train station is Kettering, about 10 minutes drive away.
Rothwell has a fascinating history which spans the Bronze Age, Roman times and the Dark Age. It rose to prominence in the Middle Ages and continued to thrive for centuries until Kettering railway opened in the 19th century. However, some of town’s ancient traditions – the weekly market and the annual fair – still remain.
Some of the landmarks include the Grade I listed, mainly 13th century Trinity Church which is just over 170 ft, making it England’s longest parish church, and the 16th century Market House. This fascinating house was designed in the 16th century for Thomas Tresham, an eccentric Lord of the Manor known for his delight in unusual buildings. It is cross shaped to reflect his religious beliefs and took 300 years to complete. Also of architectural interest is the 18th century Manor House with its elegant frontage.
If you are looking for houses to rent in Rothwell, it is ideal for those who want all the conveniences on their doorstep. It has some excellent shops and amenities including a dentist, hairdressers, vets, opticians, greengrocers, supermarkets, butchers and several restaurants, pubs and hotels.
For art and history lovers, the Arts and Heritage Centre on Bridge Street offers free entry and shows pictures and artefacts that chart the town’s history. The upper floor has four galleries displaying work by local artists from the Northamptonshire area.
It’s a lively town and if you enjoy club activities, you’ll never be short of things to do here. From dance classes to bowls, yoga, swimming, cadets and martial arts clubs, it has something for everyone. It also has its own non league football club, the Rothwell Corinthians.