Established in 1889, Beresford Adams has a large branch network of offices throughout Cheshire and North Wales, helping people move throughout the North West region for over 120 years. Customer service has always been key to the success of Beresford Adams and we are dedicated to maintaining service standards of the highest quality. All of our highly-trained staff are experts in their local property markets, aware of key trends that will help sell you property in the North West as quickly as possible. Communication is one of our key priorities at Beresford Adams. Whether you are selling, buying, letting or renting property, you will be kept informed and up to date at every stage, helping to avoid any confusion during your property transaction. On top of this, our team of dedicated negotiators will try and get you the best price for your property. Modern technology has added a real marketing edge. When you list your property for sale in South Manchester, Cheshire or North Wales, your property will benefit from extensive online advertising through all major property websites. Buying or selling, you can rely on Beresford Adams - where our customers come first. As well as our far-reaching network across the North West, we are also part of Countrywide, the UK’s largest residential property business, and have access to over 1,300 associated offices throughout the UK. Contact Beresford Adams Estate Agents • Over 120 years’ experience in the North West property market • Expert negotiators help you get the most from your property sale • Extensive online advertising through all major property websites
Letting agents in Holywell, Flintshire
Featured Agent 10 Tower Gardens, Holywell, CH8 7TG
Featured Agent 10 High Street, Holywell, CH8 7LH
Reid & Roberts office is located on Holywell’s main High Street which has a street market every Thursday. The town centre is predominantly made up of Grade II listed Georgian and Victorian period buildings and offers many businesses and independent stores to serve the shopping needs of those local to the town and surrounding villages. The small scattered communities and villages around Holywell Town are all connected by a frequent bus service. The town contains English, Welsh and Catholic primary schools which are feeders to Holywell High School with a bus service to Welsh speaking and Catholic High schools in the neighbouring towns of Flint and Mold. Holywell also offers a well equipped leisure centre having a fitness suite, a 25 metre swimming pool and children’s learner pool, and a multi-activity studios for fitness and dance classes. Holywell has a variety of restaurants, several public houses, doctors surgery and a recently built community hospital. A ten minute walk from Holywell Town Centre is the Greenfield Valley which has a number of conserved mills and structures from bygone ages and is the only place in Wales to have seven scheduled ancient monuments. Holywell boasts one of the seven wonders of Wales being St Winifred’s Well which is considered to be a Holy Well which is surrounded by a 7th century chapel. Greenfield Heritage Valley is a popular attraction for families and walkers with open play grounds, farm animals, educational activities and a quaint café. Holywell is a gateway for the keen rambler to explore the surrounding unspoiled countryside from the panoramic heights of the Halkyn & Brynford Common to the banks of the River Dee estuary. The Town is conveniently less than five minutes travelling time from the A55 dual carriageway and the A548 coastal route, which link up to the main motorway networks throughout the Northwest region.
Homes on Zoopla88 For sale£188,333 Avg. asking price40 weeks Avg. listing time
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