If you are a landlord looking to let your property, or you’re keen to rent a property in family friendly area of Ashford in Kent, haart Letting Agents are here to help.
haart Lettings Ashford is part of the UK’s largest independent estate and lettings agents. Every year we help thousands of people to achieve their aims, whether they’re letting out a property, or keen to rent one.
Ashford is all about the best of everything: value for tenants, good yields for investors, an easy commute into London, great schools, good shopping and first class connections to Europe – even lovely countryside close by.
With so many single professionals, couples and families moving out of London in search of value rents, this is the place to invest. London St Pancras is only 38 minutes by train from Ashford International station, which also has trains to Lille, Brussels and Paris and connections to the rest of Europe. There are also trains to Dover, Folkestone and Margate – and the M20 passes the town too, linking London to the coast.
There’s lots going on here. The McArthur Glen Designer Outlet and the County Square shopping mall give shoppers plenty of choice, and there’s a brand new cinema complex. There’s a good range of restaurants, bars and clubs in the town too.
So whether you’re looking to let or rent in Ashford, the haart Lettings team is here to help.
We use rightmove.co.uk, onthemarket.com and our own haart website to market properties. We also advertise in local newspapers and across social media.
The haart Lettings Ashford office is open Monday to Saturday at 3-4 Kings Parade on Ashford High Street.
The local area is perfect for day trips; the Kent Downs are close by, offering walks and country pubs. Explore the coastal towns of Dymchurch, Hythe and Folkstone or head to historic Canterbury, with its ancient cathedral.
Ashford is just 61 miles from London and 38 minutes by train, making it easy commuting distance. Folkestone and Maidstone are within 15 miles.
For families, the area is well supported by schools and colleges serving a population in excess of 118,000. This former market town still holds a regular street market and features John Lewis and Waitrose plus many business and retail parks. It is also home to the Channel Tunnel rail link.
As the New Political term starts – is Housing Policy on the agenda?. The long summer has ended, MP’s have returned to Parliament and we’re in the midst of Conference Season. Naturally Brexit will dominate each party conference, however there are other equally important policies that should also form part of the agenda - particularly Housing.
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