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Kimberley Estate and Letting Agents

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Our Kimberley office was founded around twenty years ago and has successfully been serving the local community ever since. In 2006 the branch was purchased by the current business owners/management team and traded for some time under another well known brand before the decision was made to combine around seventy years local experience with the largest name in UK estate agents and in 2009 we joined Your Move. Offering Kimberley, Watnall and Nuthall an unrivalled level of sales ability in the local market place with our ultimate selling machine which matches buyers to sellers at the touch of a button and tenants to landlords combined with a personal and caring service bespoke to the requirements of the individual.

Kimberley

With a population of approximately 6,500, Kimberley is a small suburban town situated 6 miles north west of Nottingham. First mentioned in the domesday survey of 1087 it remained a remote agricultural area until c. 1800 when with the use of the Nottingham canal and later the introduction of the railway promoted the growth of mining, brewing and hosiery. With the 2006 closure and sale of Hardy and Hansons, whose heritage could be dated back to 1832, Kimberley no longer produces the hosiery, ales and raw materials that promoted it's growth. The rich history of Kimberley can still be experienced in the James Street shopping centre, playing host to traditional style lighting, and The Olde English Chippy. The "Kimberley Railway Cutting" listed as a site of special scientific interest, a monthly farmers market, the unusual rotunda style war memorial used as the Kimberley school emblem and the chapel on the Knowle Hill which can be seen in the distance are just some of the attractions on offer. Outside of Kimberley to the south residents and visitors alike can enjoy the walking and cycling routes provided by the surrounding countryside.

Kimberley hosts all the conveniences you would expect of a modern town, including supermarkets, bars, shops and restaurants, with excellent access to the A160 and junctions 26 and 27 of the M1, a city tram link with free parking and regular bus services to the surrounding areas makes Kimberley a popular area for commuters.

Old Nuthall

This village and small parish lie 135 miles north of London and about 4.5 miles north-west of Nottingham. The parish covered about 1,644 acres in 1881, but is much smaller now. Nuthall has in recent decades become a pleasant little part of the Nottingham city conurbation. There is evidence, that from ancient times Nuthall has been famous for its trees. The name itself proclaims that a thousand years ago it was a 'quote' ;'healh' - a nook or corner, where nuts grew, and the derivation makes it plain that 'Nuthall'; and not 'Nuttall' is the correct form of its spelling. c. 14th century the area supplied trees for the constuction of Trent Bridge. Nuthall Temple was an Italian style mansion situated in a park with a small lake. Nuthall Temple was the seat of the Rev. Alexander Atkinson Holden, lord of the manor in 1881. In 1927 the quote 'Temple' with its 600 acres was sold and it was later demolished and all that remains is the entrance pillar adjacent to the Three Ponds Public House. Nottingham Road is situated in the heart of the Village and is today a well established commuter hot spot which is well established with access to the M1 motorway network junction 26, access to the the City tram link connecting to the City and the National Rail Network.

New Nuthall

This well regarded commuter hot spot offers every convenience for the modern professional family. The purpose built and aptly named roads from the southern commuter network this executive modern development boasts a much sought after school, doctors surgery and pharmacy and a supermarket with a cash point and two restaurants one with a bar and children's play area. Adjacent to Nuthall Village the development lies approximately 135 miles north of London and about 4.5 miles north-west of Nottingham. The parish covered about 1,644 acres in 1881, but is much smaller now. Nuthall has in recent decades become a pleasant little part of the Nottingham city conurbation ideally located for access to junction 26 of the M1 motorway network and the tram linking to the city.

Watnall

Is very popular for commuters with access to junctions 26 and 27 of the M1 Motorway Network, access adjacent to junction 26 leads to the City Tram Link providing access to the City Centre and the National Rail Network. Watnall is an area of settlement in Nottinghamshire, England. It is part of Greasley civil parish, and is located one mile north of Kimberley. The village is barely separated from Nuthall. Generally both areas are considered to be more affluent and middle-class than the neighbouring town of Kimberley. Watnall Hall was built c.1690 and demolished in 1962. Even though only a village, Watnall is home to many businesses and organisations, such as British Bakeries and the Nottingham meteorological centre. There are three World War II bunkers in Watnall that served as Royal Air Force Fighter Command for the Midlands.

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