If you are looking for properties to rent in Geddington, letting agents Ashan Property Ltd have a range of houses and cottages to let in this historic village near Kettering, Northamptonshire.
As experienced letting agents, we have a number of properties, including desirable 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses to let around the Geddington area, including Great Oakley, Rushton, Rothwell, Desborough and Kettering.
Browse our rental pages to view an extensive range of houses and flats to rent in the Kettering area. If, for any reason you cannot find what you need today, just call one of our friendly and professional team who will find you the perfect property within your budget requirements.
Lettings agent Ashan Property not only help prospective tenants find properties to let, but we offer a range of services to landlords in Geddington. This includes a full property management and property portfolio management, for complete peace of mind. If you have a property to let, just give us a call and we will talk through the various property rental options with you.
Meanwhile, if you are a prospective tenant or landlord, read on to find out about the picturesque village of Geddington, and what to expect when you move here, or buy a property to rent.
Geddington in Northamptonshire is a sought after location with a population of just over 1,500 people. It has all the benefits of rural life, but with easy links to major roads such as the A14, A43 and the A6116.
The village has a rich and varied history: it was frequented by royalty in the 12th and 13th centuries, after a Royal Hunting Lodge was constructed for monarchs hunting in Rockingham Forest.
Although the lodge no longer stands, you can still find signs of its fascinating past. The Monarch’s entrance, affectionately known as the ‘King’s Door’ in St Mary Magdalene Village church, was used by royalty in ancient times, and the village monument is one of the last three surviving Eleanor Crosses – built to mark the route of the funeral procession of Edward I’s late wife, Eleanor of Castile (1244–1290). Other points of interest include the medieval bridge which crosses the River Ise.
If you are moving into a rental property in Geddington, you are in luck as the village has some excellent amenities including as many as three pubs: the White Hart, the Star and the White Lion.
The White Hart Inn on West Street hosts various functions throughout the year, including an annual music festival in July, nicknamed ‘Gedstock’, which features a weekend of live music. For hearty pub food, you can either head to The Star, on Bridge Street, or the White Lion on Queen’s Street.
Geddington is a friendly, tight knit community with some excellent facilities. If you have children of primary school age, Geddington Church of England Primary School takes children of pre-school age up to 11 years. Meanwhile, budding sports enthusiasts could join the bowls or cricket club.
The village also benefits from a post office on Queens Street and a computer services company, which will come in handy if you need your PC fixed or your laptop set up.
For those who enjoy being social, you will find Geddington a thriving village with events throughout the year. Among the year long programme of events is the Gardening Club show in the village hall, a flower festival, family fun days and organised walks.