The historical village of Strelley lies to the west of Nottingham. Part of the Broxtowe district, it’s sandwiched between Kimberley to the north, Cossall to the west, and Bilborough to the east.
Strelley is a secluded, peaceful village which is almost a thousand years old. It’s situated away from any major through roads, giving it a quiet, tranquil feel. The town of Strelley is mentioned in the Domesday Book as far back as 1086, and the nearby Strelley Hall was originally a twelfth-century manor house. Strelley is also famous for having one of the oldest railway stations in the world – a terminus for the ancient Wollaton Waggonway, which in the seventeenth century was used to transport goods on horse-drawn wagons running along wooden rails.
Attractions in Strelley include the ancient Broad Oak pub, originating from around the same time as Strelley Hall, which is still in business serving real ale and traditional pub grub; it also boasts a beautiful medieval church with stunning architecture. Popular streets include the central Main Street, which leads to both the Broad Oak and the church. The village offers beautiful views, with plenty of wildlife and greenery – but is still within easy reach of Nottingham if you wish to venture into the city.
Strelley has a wide range of terraced, detached and semi-detached houses available in its historic streets. If you’re thinking of renting a house in this area, please contact one of our Strelley Letting Agents, who will be more than happy to help you.
If you have a property in Strelley that you’d like to rent out, our agents can help you make sure you receive the best rental return, whilst also ensuring the property is well cared for and maintained to the best possible standard. At Nottingham Letting Agents, we take pride in managing your property as if it were our own – we’re there for you seven days a week, whenever you need us, to make sure everything goes perfectly.