If you are looking for letting agencies in the Thrapston area, Ashan Property are the people to call. Whether you require a large family house to let, a Grade II listed property or a 2 bedroom apartment, we have an extensive selection of properties to rent near Northamptonshire, to suit all budgets.
We have a reputation for our prompt, efficient, and professional service for landlords and tenants with property rentals in the Corby, Burton Latimer, Rothwell, Market Harborough, Kettering and Little Stanion areas.
From 2 bedroom houses and apartments to rent to 4 or 5 bedroom detached homes, we will find you the right property in your price range. If you can’t find what you need in our rental listings, just contact one of our friendly team and we will do all we can to find your perfect house to let.
There are so many benefits for choosing Ashan Property over and above other letting agencies. One is our excellent aftercare service with a round the clock helpline for tenants to deal with any issues, as and when they arise.
For landlords, we strive to find the right tenants for your property, and help build good relationships with tenants to help everything run smoothly. But don’t just take our word for it. Just browse our testimonials page to read what other tenants and landlords have said about us.
If you require letting agencies in Thrapston, contact us today to discuss our houses and flats available to rent, and our property management services or click on the above link to find out more.
Thrapston is a small town in Northamptonshire with a growing population of more than 6,000. Situated close to the junction of the A45, A14 and A605, it has some good road transport links and although the two former railway stations closed 50 years ago, the nearest railway station is less than 9 miles away in Kettering.
The village has a long history that dates back to the Middle Ages and in the 1200’s the town was awarded a market charter, which is still commemorated annually with the much celebrated charter fair.
It has been home to a few media and arts people past and present. Among the current big names who lived there are sports commentator John Hindhaugh and fashion photographer James Kenny.
If you are renting a house in Thrapston, you will find all the facilities you expect from a small town. Along with all the usual amenities, such as a post office, newsagents, general store, hairdressers, doctor’s surgeries, dental surgeries, banks and a vet’s surgery, you will also find restaurants, coffee shops, takeaways, and public houses. Both of the two high street pubs – The Fox Inn and the Kings Arms – serve food.
For those who are moving house with children, the good news is that there are two schools in the area: Thrapston Primary, for pupils aged 4-9 and King John Middle School for ages 9-13. Children aged 13 and above usually go on to Prince William School in Oundle which is a 15 minute drive away.
In addition to the schools, the town has as many as four churches: the Baptist Church on Huntingdon Road, the Methodist Church on Market Road, St Paul’s Roman Catholic Church on Sackville Street and the Grade II listed Parish Church on Oundle Road.
For sporting enthusiasts, The Nene Centre, managed by Northamptonshire Council, has a gym, health suite and swimming pool and offers various classes including kick boxing, karate, yoga, and Zumba.