The Estate is a traditional rural enterprise with a portfolio of both residential and commercial properties.
Three bed cottage with oil fired central heating, comprising three bedrooms, bathroom (with a shower over the bath), sitting room, galley style kitchen and a good sized enclosed garden. This will be available from March 2015.
A semi-detached house in a rural setting, in the heart of the Brocklesby Estate and convenient for the M180 and A15 road links. Renovated in 2015. Decorated in neutral colours and with an oil-fired central heating system. It comprises sitting room ...
A three bedroom house set in large grounds including a garden and paddock making it ideal for those with a pony or horse. This will be available for rent from late February 2020. The house comprises three bedrooms on the first ...
Available from February 2020, this is a large detached family home located beside the church in Kirmington with stables and a paddock. The house comprises a large kitchen (with log burner), dining room (with log burner), very large sitting room (with ...
Come and live within a rural community! The Estate heritage properties are availlable to let ranging from semi detached cottages within rural villages to larger detached houses in the open countryside.
Come and set up your business within a rural community! The Estate has a wide range of commercial buildings available to let from storage facilities to light industrial workshops.
We have tried to answer some of your questions here, but if we have missed your enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Yes, but in normal circumstances one dog or cat is permitted, which should not cause a nuisance to neighbours. Other pets are not allowed without specific written consent of the Estate.
Yes, a deposit equivalent to one and a half months rent is payable in advance which will be held in a Government approved deposit scheme (the Deposit Protection Service) The Deposit Protection Service.
All rents are payable by bank standing order from your bank account on the first day of each calendar month thus ensuring a payment in advance for each month.
Estate policy provides for rent reviews every two years on the anniversary of the start of the tenancy.
Properties are decorated at the start of an agreement and must be handed back at the end of the tenancy in the same state in which they were let. The Estate does not (unless specified in the property particulars) provide carpets, curtains or white goods. You have responsibility for all internal decoration and during the tenancy you may decorate using similar and subdued colours. External decoration is the Estate’s responsibility.
The majority of residential properties for letting are two or three bed homes but we also have larger properties available. Most properties are traditional Estate design built between the 1850s and 1950s and most benefit from good sized gardens. Heating is solid fuel or oil fired central heating and sometimes open fires or wood burners are provided to boost heating options.
We offer an Assured Shorthold Tenancy for six months which then rolls on monthly after this period provided both you and the Estate are content.
Both the Estates’ and your responsibilities are set out in the tenancy agreement but basically the Estate is responsible for the structure and external fabric of the property together with heating and plumbing systems. In the event of a repair being required, which is the Estates’ responsibility, you should contact the Estate Office where either Estate staff or contractors will be instructed.
If you are looking for a long term tenancy then an Estate property is ideal for you. We, unlike many other private Landlords, are very secure with families who have lived on the Estate for several generations. As a welcome to our community we provide an information pack containing details of the Estate’s contacts, amenities, useful local businesses and services available to you.