Letting Agents Ramsbottom, Bury
We have full knowledge of all the local areas that we cover including Ramsbottom. We feel we are ideally suited to help a potential tenant, or potential landlord in the course of finding not just their new house, but a new home. We always experience high demand for all of the varying types of property in Ramsbottom, Bury. Therefore, we often have tenants waiting for property for let in Ramsbottom, Bury. We offer a range of services including keyholding, rental management and tenant finding.
About Ramsbottom, Bury
Located on the West Pennine Moors approximately 13 miles North of Manchester City Centre, and 4 miles north of Bury Town Centre is the market town of Ramsbottom, in the BL0 postcode and covered by Bury Metropolitan Borough.
Ramsbottom has a history of industrialisation dating as far back as the 19thCentury. With the demand for local housing increasing as the mills grew, large numbers of red brick terraced properties were built on the northern side of what we now call Bolton Road West. On the south side of Bolton Road West are several residential estates built and developed in the majority since the Second World War – a drive down Nuttall Lane will bring you to a highly desirable area of modern detached, semi detached and townhouses set in curved drives and cul-de-sacs.
There are a number of primary schools in the area for the local children to attend, along with a specialist school and a secondary school. The most notable of the primary schools are Edenfield CE Primary, Summerseat Methodist Primary and Hazelhurst Country Primary. Woodhey High School provides education for the 11-16 year olds of the area.
With good transport connections to Manchester and Lancashire provided by the M66, commuting is made much easier, and Walmersley Road and Brandlesholme Road provide road access to Bury and surrounding areas either by car or frequent buses.
Ramsbottom has a wide range of community facilities throughout the town centre. The local cricket team has a wonderful ground set to the background of the East Lancashire Railway Station, and the Harry Williams Riverside Stadium provides local football team Ramsbottom United a home. The aforementioned East Lancashire Railway is a very popular tourist attraction, running from Bury to Rossendale with a stop at Ramsbottom inbetween and operating with vintage steam trains. Sadly this is not a commuter route, but the historic steam trains run regularly and serve as a reminder of the area’s industrial heritage. Also visible from the majority of the town is Peel Tower, standing atop Holcombe Moor. A landmark and reference point that all locals appreciate on a personal level, walkers from all around Lancashire come to stand at the foot of the tower and take in the views over West Yorkshire, East Lancashire and as far afield as Blackpool Tower on a clearer day.
There are also a great range of entertainment facilities, mostly on Bolton Road West, particularly in the town centre, with bars and restaurants providing the area with some nightlife. Ramsbottom Festival has been a very popular music festival over recent years, growing in stature and attracting a high standard of artists such as Idlewild and The Proclaimers in 2015 alone.
Ramsbottom Letting Agents Bury
Cardwells Letting Agents will be delighted to help you find a property to let in Ramsbottom. If you are looking for a new home or to move to a new house, please just let us know your requirements (0161 761 1215) and we would be delighted to help you find your dream home.
It is no wonder that when there is property to let in Ramsbottom we have a consistently high level of demand. As letting agents in Ramsbottom, we let & manage a number of properties in Ramsbottom and often find ourselves with tenants waiting for properties in Ramsbottom. If you are thinking of renting a property in Ramsbottom please either fill in the form or call us on 0161 761 1215 and we would be delighted to help you on the hunt for a new home.