If you are looking to let your property in Durham then we are the perfect choice for marketing your home and finding you a tenant as quickly as possible. As a leading letting agent in Durham city and surrounding areas our marketing strategies ensure that your property is exposed to a wide audience across the country through our national database. We want the entire process of securing a tenant to be as stress-free as possible for you, so that you are in a comfortable position from start to finish.
If you are looking to rent, to view our range of properties available to rent in Durham, view our lettings search and input your property preferences to find a home that matches your requirements. We display a wide list of different styles of flats and houses and are confident that you will find a rental home that you will be excited about living in.
Our reliable lettings team have a wealth of knowledge in this very busy area managing a considerable number of rental properties each year, and are best placed to provide all of the support services and expertise you need.
You can find out more about how we can help you by contacting us today by email or telephone. You can also visit us in the office for a more personal discussion with one of our qualified members of staff.
Durham’s prestigious University is the third oldest in England, behind Oxford the Cambridge, and brings with it a vast amount of cultural presence. These range from the Oriental museum, which is Britain’s only museum dedicated to the eastern arts and antiques, to the Botanic Garden that holds some of the most interesting global trees and plants. The University has a major sporting impact on the city, with the likes of rowing and cricket being the most notable sports. The River Wear provides some 1800m of rowing space for both the Durham College Rowing and Durham University Boat Club, as well as the city’s Amateur Rowing Club that is one of the oldest clubs in the country.
Durham Castle is a tremendous sight and remains Britain’s best preserved Norman strongholds and one of the largest. Another fine form of Norman architecture is the Durham Cathedral, which dates back to 1093. Some well-known figures from Durham include comedian Rowan Atkinson and Tony Blair, who both attended the local Chorister School.
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