Beeston Rylands Estate Agents
At Robert Ellis we are experts in all areas of selling and letting properties. Our experience has helped over 30,000 properties to sell across the 30 years we have been operating throughout Nottingham and Derbyshire.
Our branches in Long Eaton, Beeston, Stapleford and the newest, in Arnold, allow us to reach and assist more people needing expert help in selling or letting property. We continue to expand our network of offices to serve our customer base.
Over 70 dedicated people make up the Robert Ellis Estate Agency team and they all have one thing in common: they are passionate about selling and letting properties. Many of our people have worked in the business for over 20 years and all of our newer people come to us keen to learn and develop the skills to deliver the high level of estate agency service that we offer to our customers.
Sales & Lettings Agents in Beeston Rylands
The sales branch of our Beeston Estate Agents operates from 12 High Road at the heart of the town, without doubt the most prominent estate agency location in the area. If it’s property management you require, you won’t have to look too far – just down the road, you will find our property management and lettings branch prominently situated on a corner position at 130 High Road. Here we have a dedicated team of specialists who are on hand to help Landlords and prospective tenants who are looking to rent a home and all the time providing a professional and courteous service.
At our Beeston branches of Robert Ellis Estate Agents, we are proud to offer a sales team and lettings team committed to providing the best possible service in every aspect of valuing, selling, buying and renting property in the Nottingham and Derbyshire areas. Similarly, our sister company “The Mortgage Company” offer friendly professional advice on mortgage products providing information, costings and insurance policies to suit your house buying or re-mortgage requirements. Our advisors are based in all of our estate agent’s sales branches where they can provide everything you need across the mortgage marketplace. Appointment bookings are much easier and more convenient than with a bank or building society directly.
Living in Beeston Rylands
Beeston Rylands is situated to the South of the town of Beeston separated by the railway line to the North, the river Trent to the South and Attenborough nature reserve to the West. It was originally a small settlement of a few houses and two pubs centred around Beeston Lock. In the early part of the 20th century the area experienced significant development primarily to accommodate the factory workers from Boots and Ericssons. There was a further development of around 900 houses in the 1930’s, then called Cliftonside which is now the area surrounding Beech Avenue.
Constructed in 1792 as a vital piece of infrastructure Beeston Canal is now an attractive tree line canal with open views to Clifton Hall beyond. Whilst the canal is a pleasant place to walk, it is also provides mooring for narrow boats and other moored crafts, some of which are just passing through and others are more permanent homes.
The Canal leads through to Beeston Marina which is a well-established family run business that supplies all the services and facilities you would expect such as a shop, bar and is home to the well frequented Boathouse café which has a range of home cooked food. If you are in search of pubs the Boat and Horses and Jolly Anglers are a short walk away. The marina also has 100 permanent mobile homes providing a peaceful and picturesque place to live a 30-minute walk from Attenborough nature reserve.
Things to do in Beeston Rylands
The Canalside Heritage centre housed in historic weir cottages also offers a beautiful place to visit. It was established by passionate local people as a heritage, education and arts centre for all but is also ideal for a stroll to enjoy and explore this historic site with refreshments at the tearoom. Once prone to flooding the area has had huge development and improvement of the flood defences with no significant flooding in recent years.
It is an exciting time for those in pursuit of sporting activity with work underway to restore the Plessey sports ground to its former glory. The 9-acre site was once the hub for sports in the area hosting football, tennis, Hockey, netball and cricket. Beeston Football Club and the Trent Vale squash club are hopefully the first of many to return.
The neighbouring town of Beeston also has much to offer being home to Beeston Cycling Club, England hockey premiere league team Beeston Hockey Club who play at Highfields Sport Club on University Boulevard, also the venue for the Nottingham Open Tennis Tournament. Other fitness facilities include the Pure Gym, Bramcote Leisure Centre and Beeston Fields and Chilwell Manor golf courses.
Shopping in Beeston Rylands
There are a range of small independent shops such as Rylands Topshop and News and Essentials providing groceries but if your require a little more Beeston has much to offer. Beeston’s main shopping area is situated along the High Road, much of which has now been pedestrianised.
There are national retailers such as Sainsburys, Tesco and Boots but the town is best known for its selection of high quality independent stores like Fred Hallam’s (greengrocer and fishmonger), Birds the Bakers and Iguazu Fair Trade (furniture and gifts). Travelling further along the High Road towards Broadgate Park, there are specialist East Asian and Mediterranean food shops. The main shopping centre, “The Square” has seen significant development with the implementation of the tram and now has a contemporary feel, hosting seasonal craft fairs and markets throughout the year.
Transport in Beeston Rylands
Whilst Beeston Rylands is tucked away in a peaceful position it still has excellent transport links with Beeston train station on the main London line providing regular services to the cities of Derby and Nottingham. For those looking to commute, the A52 link road to Derby and Grantham and Junction 25 of the M1 motorway is just a short drive away. The Nottingham Express Transit tram system is a short walk away with links to Nottingham city centre and other local destinations.
Schools in Beeston Rylands
For those with children looking to move to either Beeston, Beeston Rylands, Chilwell, Attenborough or Wollaton, there are plenty of State and Independent schools for both Primary and Secondary levels At Robert Ellis we would always recommend that you check out the school directory at www.schoolsfinder.direct.gov.uk or www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/education to get the best up to date information available for the schools you are interested in. Here is a list of all the relevant schools in the area, at a glance:
Round Hill Primary School, Foster Avenue, Beeston NG9 1AE
College House Primary School, Cator Lane, Chilwell NG9 4BB
Alderman White School and Language College, Chilwell Lane, Bramcote NG9 3DU
Meadow Lane Infant School, Meadow Lane, Chilwell, NG9 5AA
John Clifford Primary School, Nether Street, Beeston, NG9 2AT
Sunnyside Primary and Nursery School, Great Hoggett Drive, Chilwell NG9 4HQ
Eskdale Junior School, Eskdale Drive, Chilwell, NG9 5FN
Chilwell School, Queens Road West, Chilwell, NG9 1GT
Beeston Rylands Junior School, Trent Road, Beeston Rylands, NG9 1LJ
Trent Vale Infant School, Trent Road, Beeston Rylands NG9 1LP
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