Robinsons has successfully been one of the most prominent estate agents in Darlington for the last 15 years. The branch which is situated in Duke Street, considered to be the best location for property transactions has been recently refurbished to a modern and high standard. The window display features a state of the art illumination of individual properties, which is both attractive and pleasing to the eye. Within the office, which is open plan, there are 8 work stations to the ground floor to cater for what is a busy and successful property sales and letting operation.
The properties that we promote at the office range in style, size and price so that all types of buyers have the opportunity to find their ideal home. We believe our competitive property marketing package is second to none. The office is open 7 days per week Monday to Friday 9 – 5, Saturday 9 – 4 and Sunday 10- 1.
We are able to display our properties for sale on the most popular national website portals. We also have our own website where there is a vast amount of property information at robinsonsestateagents.co.uk The office is managed by Simon Wright (managing partner) and Louis Holmes (manager). Simon and Louis have a vast experience in the property industry and are able to provide you with accurate information on property valuation on a selling or letting basis.
You can find out more about how we can help you by contacting us today. You can also visit us in the office for a more personal discussion with one of the qualified members of staff.
Darlington is famous for its affiliation with the beginning of British railways and this fact is celebrated within the Darlington Railway Centre & Museum. The world's first passenger rail journey took place in 1825 on the Stockton and Darlington Railway and later Darlington developed as an important railway town, with three large locomotive works. The local paper, The Northern Echo, was launched in 1870 and is a popular newspaper for most residents of the North East, with both national and international news. One of Darlington's best-known landmarks is the magnificent Market Square Clock Tower, completed in 1864.
With a contemporary shopping centre, the centre of Darlington is known as one of the most active shopping locations in the North East. From high street shops to a combination of Victorian indoor market and traditional outdoor market, the variety of shopping opportunities is nonstop.
The culture of Darlington is rich, with the Civic Theatre acting as a trendy venue for the popular arts, hosting a range of musical, drama and pantomime events. Famous comedian Vic Reeves was educated in Darlington and the town is home to local football team Darlington F.C., also known as “The Quakers”.
7 Duke StreetDarlingtonDL3 7RX