Welcome to Reeds Rains Estate & Letting Agents in Edgeley, Stockport
The Reeds Rains Edgeley Office forms part of our 200 branch network, with 6 offices being located in the Stockport area alone. This network of Stockport branches provides fantastic residential sales and lettings support across the Metropolitan Borough.
The Reeds Rains estate agency in Edgeley is located in a prominent position on Castle Street in the heart of Edgeley just outside Stockport town centre. We offer a range of services including:
- Residential Sales and Property Valuations
- Lettings and Property Management
- Mortgage Advice
- Free and Professional Market Advice
Our Senior Branch Manager, Carolyn Williams who lives in the local area, has 16 years selling experience within the property market and she is supported by an experienced sales and lettings team who are here to help you. The areas covered by the branch are:
- Cheadle Heath
- Shaw Heath
- Cale Green
- Cheadle Hulme
We offer a range of marketing packages tailor made to suit individual requirements and extensive web coverage to ensure maximum exposure is achieved.
The area of Edgeley itself is a desirable and convenient location which offers superb transport facilities including Stockport Train Station, local bus services and access to all major local motorway links. Amenities within the area include local primary and secondary schools, Stockport College, Edgeley Library, many local shops, Alexander Park and a Reservoir. There are many different styles of property available within the area to suit all types of buyers ranging from shared equity apartments and terraced houses to large family detached and period residences.
The rental market is also extremely buoyant in the local area and because of the transport facilities attracts a large number of tenants and buy-to-let landlords. Landlords are recommended to contact the branch to discuss our services and prospective tenants can browse available houses and flats to rent online.
Reeds Rains in Edgeley are here to help so get in touch today: