Regional Lettings Manager: Steven Frampton
Sales Manager: Keith Mason
Estate agents in Durham
We understand how challenging it can be for you to find the right Durham estate agents to take care of your property move and it is our intention to make the choice straightforward for you. We offer our services as knowledgeable estate agents in Durham to successfully help you sell or buy in the local region. As well as the traditional buying and selling help, we can also offer ourselves as successful letting agents
to help anyone looking to rent or let in the area. We also provide all of the support services that come with property transactions, which help with the financial or legal aspects of the move.
The most important part of a property exchange is to ensure that you are happy and this is why we tailor our service around you as an individual to ensure that your specific home moving needs are met. Working with you from the first time you approach us until the completion date, we work hard to keep you well informed throughout the transaction process and offer our expertise to help you in any way we can. Our company also works closely with Fine & Country
to promote some of the most stunning country properties in the Durham area.
Choose the right estate agents in Durham and contact us today to begin your home move. You can reach us by phone, online or in office and our staff will make themselves available to offer support and guidance to anyone who needs it.
Durham local information
Durham’s prestigious University is the third oldest in England, behind Oxford the Cambridge, and brings with it a vast amount of cultural presence. These range from the Oriental museum, which is Britain’s only museum dedicated to the eastern arts and antiques, to the Botanic Garden that holds some of the most interesting global trees and plants.
The University has a major sporting impact on the city, with the likes of rowing and cricket being the most notable sports. The River Wear provides some 1800m of rowing space for both the Durham College Rowing and Durham University Boat Club, as well as the city’s Amateur Rowing Club that is one of the oldest clubs in the country.
Founded in the 18th century, Durham Castle is a tremendous sight and remains Britain’s best preserved Norman strongholds and one of the largest. Another fine form of Norman architecture is the Durham Cathedral, which dates back to 1093. Some well-known figures from Durham include comedian Rowan Atkinson and Tony Blair, who both attended the local Chorister School.