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The town of Carrington is just outside Nottingham to the North-East and is situated between between New Basford to the West and Mapperley Park to the East. It is also just South of the famous Sherwood, synonymous with the legend of Robin Hood. The town has quick and easy transport to Nottingham via Mansfield road and residents benefit from this as it provides access to Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham Lawn Tennis Grounds.
Carrington letting agents will often boast of the university as one of the main attractions to living near to Nottingham yet Carrington also provides a solid education system of its own from primary through to higher education. Claremont and Carrington primary schools are both situated just off Hucknall Road and provide a high standard of education for children. This is combined with Clarendon College, now part of New College Nottingham, and make Carrington the ideal location for families looking to raise children.
Other attractions within Carrington include Pirate Park, originally established in 1937 for horse drawn tram stables, which now bears the hand prints of local school children and of course the skull and cross-bones made by Carrington Pottery Club. As well as this, locals are attracted to The Grosvenor; a pub famous for its horse racing heritage and which has been there since the early 19th Century.
Of course being so close to the city has benefits as well with Nottingham offering a plethora of attractions including two theatres, various museums, cinemas including a large Cineworld, the famous ‘Rock City’ nightclub and Nottingham Arena and for the football fans out there the City Grounds host all of Nottingham Forest’s home games.
Nottingham letting agents are increasingly finding properties in Carrington more attractive so if you own a property in or around this area Nottingham Lettings can help you achieve its potential, providing the best rental return whilst making sure the property is maintained to a high standard and cared for as if it were our own.