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The earliest recorded name of the town is Bestune, Bes meaning rye grass and tune, a farmstead settlement. Eventually the name was changed to Beeston and the bee became the town symbol.
In the early 19th century the town began to develop as a silk weaving centre. In 1878 the St. John’s Grove Estate was developed, consisting of 28 Edwardian and late Victorian houses on 1 acre lots. Imperial Park Estate was built after St. John’s Grove, dedicated to superior housing and centred on Imperial Road. Other housing estates in Beeston are Bellevue Park Estate and Cottage Grove.
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There is a variety of property available and local Solicitors with experience Conveyancing in Beeston will be familiar with the common concerns and issues that can arise.
The Broadgate and Queen’s Road area is heavily populated and features several flats and terraces. There are several Victorian terraces on the streets off the southern end of Wollaton Road, however, the top end of this road is a lot grander. Beeston Fields Drive is another favoured address for home owners. Other top spots for big detached homes are Dovecote Lane and Derby Road. For traditional semis, there is an attractive selection between Chilwell Road and Queen’s Road, but these can generally be found throughout the town.
The Anglo Scotian Mills on Wollaton Road has been converted into plush apartments; there are also modern flats at Beauchamp Place off Queen’s Road East and at Rushes Court in Nether Street.
In terms of recently built houses, Birkin Fields is a new development of two and three bedroom homes on the former rugby club ground off Ireland Avenue. Conveyancing for newly-built dwellings differs from the process for older homes, which is why it is important to retain a Solicitor who is not only familiar with the area, but is also conversant with the Conveyancing process for new build properties.
Local authority searches
Beeston falls within the Broxtowe Borough Council boundary which is responsible for delivery services throughout the area and is located at Land Charges, Resources Directorate, Council Offices, Foster Avenue, Beeston, Nottingham NG9 1AB. (0115) 917 3285
Standard enquiries pertaining to a property and the surrounding area will be carried out by your Solicitor via the council.
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