The town of Kimberley is situated to the North-East of Nottingham; it lies between Nuthall to the East and Awesworth to the West and has easy access to both the city centre and the legendary Sherwood Forest Trust which is of course where the folk tale of Robin Hood comes from.
Kimberley letting agents will often brag of the areas access to schools and for those looking to start a family the area has access to a prestigious education system. Little Oaks Nursery is perfect for younger children and is rated as ‘outstanding’ in all five of the of the OFSTED categories of inspection making one of the top nurseries in the country. Combine this with Kimberly Foundation school which received similar inspection marks and Nottingham Trent University which is easily accessible in the nearby city centre and you have an excellent area of education for your children.
The town features many notable attractions including its unique war memorial in the form of a rotunda and a history dating back to William the Conqueror’s Domesday Book. This is complemented by the number of different walking and cycling routes through the nearby woodland and country in Singate which make Kimberley a tranquil English town with easy access to the bustling city when needed.
Of course the prime reason most Nottingham letting agents are interested in this area is its direct access to the city via the A610. Here you can treat yourself to the wealth of culture offered in the city, from its two theatres including the Nottingham Playhouse to a variety of museums and a number of cinemas including a Cineworld. Nightlife includes the famous ‘Rock City’ and Nottingham Arena which regularly feature big names in their venues and for those who are more inclined towards football Nottingham Forest play all of their home games at the City Grounds.
For those of you who already own property in Kimberley; Nottingham Lettings can help you manage your property, from ensuring the best rental return to high quality property maintenance we will look after your property as though it were our own.