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People just love living in Henley!

There is a wealth of diversity in architectural style of housing in Henley. This broad spectrum offers something for everyone and the buoyant rental market is attracting people who are new to the area who want to sample life in this idyllic town.

Henley is an idyllic rural market town, renowned for its historic buildings, some of which date back to medieval times. Its one mile long High Street showcases a wide variety of preserved architectural styles. Interspersed between the houses are an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, pubs and wine bars. It is thought to be one of the most unspoilt high streets in the UK.

Henley has always been a popular area to live. At Andrew Grant we find that people who already live here want to stay in the vicinity and for people moving to the area they are favouring the “try before you buy” approach and renting to see if it is where they actually want to be. We have an increasing number of customers looking for properties to rent.

In our experience people just love living in Henley! And we understand why!

Our rental properties mirror the diverse array of housing the area has to offer.  
Lets Recently Agreed:


A £1.4million detached house set in the beautiful grounds of Edstone Hall.
(Rental: £3500pcm)


A £400K double fronted period cottage on the High Street.
(Rental £1100pcm)
  

A £160k Modern Style Ground Floor Apartment.
(Rental £750pcm)

If you have a property you are considering renting or are looking for a rental property please pop into our branch for a chat, or telephone 01564 519327.

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