Letting Agents Sharples, Bolton
There is a large variety of property in Sharples, Bolton. The PJ Livesey converted Holden’s Mill, which was once at the heart of the areas cotton industry, into attractive apartments. Also, there is a large stock of traditional terraced and semi-detached properties and an excellent selection of detached family style homes. We at Cardwells Letting Agents Sharples, Bolton have found that Sharples has a strong level of demand from a variety of tenants, a number of which we have waiting for property for rent in the area.
About Sharples, Bolton
Sharples is situated towards the north of Bolton, with the postcode prefix of BL1 around two and a half – three miles from Bolton town centre and approximately 13 miles from Manchester City Centre by road. It is set within easy reach of the excellent everyday amenities and close to the some of Bolton’s fantastic countryside.
Within Sharples, you can find a variety of shops and businesses which serve the whole surrounding community. Just off Blackburn Road (A666) is a large Total petrol station and convenience store with a cash machine and parking, Asda supermarket is just along Blackburn Road.
The schools of Sharples are very popular with the local children in the community. Sharples School is a high school which, in the 2013 OFSTED report, was classed as Good. Thornleigh Salesian College is nearby, which is a Secondary school for Roman Catholic children and also has Bolton Catholic Sixth Form Centre within its grounds. St Paul’s is a Church of England Primary School which in the 2013 OFSTED report was classed as Excellent.
High Lawn Primary School was inspected by OFSTED in 2015 classed it is a good school. The Oaks is a primary school situated on Sharples Hall Drive, BL1 which in the 2010 OFSTED inspection was classed as Outstanding. Some children of Sharples go to the private Bolton School and we understand that there is a bus service which runs through Sharples for these pupils.
Travel and commuting from Sharples is very easy as the nearest train station to Astley Bridge is Hall’ith Wood or Bromley Cross Both of these creates links to Manchester, Blackburn and Bolton. Mean whilst via the road network, the A666 runs through Sharples and is the road that can create links to Blackburn and Manchester. The A666 also provides easy access to Darwen and St Peter’s Way to join the motorway network. Locally the other areas nearby are: Eagley, Bromley Cross, Astley Bridge, Egerton and Smithills.
Sharples, Bolton Letting Agents
As such, if you are looking for a property for let, or wish to let in Sharples, Cardwells can help you. The team at Cardwells Letting Agents Sharples, Bolton, is here to assist with and help. Plus, answer any questions regarding the letting and renting of properties.
Simply call us on 01204 381281. If you are looking for a new home or to move house, please just let us know your requirements on an email, [email protected], and we would be delighted to help you find your dream rental home.