5 South View, Tinwell Road
The Property Gable End is a lovely semi-detached stone property, which has been very well maintained and modernised over the years. A surprisingly light and airy property with lovely farmhouse/cottage features makes Gable End a lovely warm attractive family house.
Rent for the property is £1,500 pcm with a deposit of £1,730 returned on satisfactory end of tenancy.
The much sought after and friendly conservation village of Gretton is located in attractive countryside between Corby and Uppingham. It is within easy reach of the main road network including the A47 to the north, the A1 to the east and the A14 to the south. Mainline train services to London St Pancras are available at Kettering or from Market Harborough where services to London take approximately 60 minutes or 70 minutes respectively.
In addition to the excellent walking within the area across many scenic rights of way fishing is available at the nearby Eye reservoir, golf is available at Luffenham Heath, Kettering and Oundle. Also close by are the historic attractions of Kirby Hall (English Heritage) and Rockingham Castle.
The renowned Uppingham, Oundle and Oakham private schools are all within reasonable travel times.
Gretton village benefits from its own website www.kellner.elipse.co.uk/gretton/village which will provide more details of other facilities within the village including the primary school, Baptist and Parish church, Post Office and village store, coffee shop, 2 public houses, doctors surgery, hairdressers, Village Hall, sports and social club and recreation ground. The 2 acre Gretton Paddock Park (a pocket park) within the village has a pond, butterfly garden and a petanque pitch. More extensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in Uppingham, Market Harborough and Peterborough.
From the A47 heading east towards Corby: At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Uppingham Road (sign posted Oakham). At the next roundabout that the 1st exit (A6003). Proceed down the hill and through the village of Rockingham. At the crossroads at the bottom of the hill (just before exiting the village) turn right, sign posted Gretton. Continue along the lane until you enter the village of Gretton, pass under the railway bridge and bear right up the hill at the grassy triangle and turn right at the junction. No.40 is situated on the left hand side - please park on the roadside in front of the property.Read all