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Rental Properties in Clitheroe

We have been dealing with rental properties in Clitheroe and the surrounding areas since 1972. Our expertise encompasses almost any problem or issue arising from the ownership or occupation of property.

Clitheroe has a variety of housing stock available to rent within the town and surrounding areas. We have many residential and commercial rental properties in Clitheroe and around the Ribble Valley. Clitheroe’s Georgian and Victorian terraced properties are very popular due to their proximity to shops and transport links, whilst towards the outskirts of Clitheroe you will find a mix of traditional and modern housing, of either stone or brick construction, including cottages, bungalows, terraced, semi-detached and detached houses, and mews-style properties, together with newer developments which offer superb flats and luxury apartments which will satisfy all tastes and budgets.

Clitheroe is an ancient market town nestling between the River Ribble and the imposing Pendle Hill. Dominating the town centre is Clitheroe Castle which is reputed to have the smallest keep in the British Isles. Surrounded by unspoilt and beautiful Lancashire countryside, Clitheroe is a thriving town by day and by night.

There are a range of businesses in the town, including banks and building societies, supermarkets, bars, cafes and restaurants. Clitheroe is renowned for being a shopper’s paradise, with many small, independent specialist shops selling a wide variety of goods and produce, from fine wines to award winning sausages, and many local shops support the Clitheroe loyalty card scheme. The annual Food Festival is a popular event, and attracts locals and tourists alike to enjoy locally produced Lancashire favourites and delicacies.

Clitheroe is well served with schools, including Clitheroe Royal Grammar School, a mixed selective academy founded in 1554 and the outstanding Clitheroe Royal Grammar School Sixth Form College. Stonyhurst College, which was founded in 1593, is within easy travelling distance of Clitheroe town centre, and there are a choice of primary and secondary schools within Clitheroe, including faith schools. Clitheroe has a diverse population, and this is reflected in its places of worship.

Transport links to and from Clitheroe are excellent, with coach, bus and rail services operating out of the town centre Interchange. There are regular trains to Blackburn and Manchester, and bus services covering the town and surrounding areas.

Clitheroe has good sporting facilities for all ages and abilities, including rugby, cricket and football clubs, a swimming and leisure complex and a skate park, and with Pendle Hill Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty nearby, plenty of mountain biking and cycling opportunities, together with invigorating hill walking and rambling in the open countryside.

Our property lettings and sales site showcases our available properties and land. We have a wide variety of rental properties in Clitheroe to meet all price bands.
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