Reeds Rains estate agents in Acomb has been established in the heart of Acomb for over 25 years in arguably the most prominent position, on the corner of Carr Lane and Acomb Road.
This stylish, air conditioned showroom has extensive window displays enabling us to showcase properties within Acomb, Woodthorpe, Dringhouses, Holgate, villages such as Poppleton, Knapton, Rufforth, Tockwith, Bilbrough and Askham Richard and Askham Bryan.
We deal with both sales and rentals; in addition,the mortgage adviser is based in the office too. Major trunk roads such as the A1237, A64 and A59 are easily accessible from Acomb. York City Centre is approximately 30 minutes away by foot, 10-15 minutes by car or bus.
Excellent experience using Reeds Rains to find a property to let. Throughout the process they were reliable, honest and professional. My viewing was organised at a convenient time and they were very quick to respond to my queries via email or phone. Everything was explained clearly, and I never felt rushed or like I couldn’t ask questions. The office itself is in an excellent location and both welcoming and well presented. All the lettings team were friendly, helpful and a credit to the agency. I would highly recommend them.
Apr 22, 2018
I’m not sure customer services get better than this. My grandmother used Reed Rains when she moved a couple of months ago. It seemed to her like nothing was too much trouble. When I need to moved I know where to go. Thank you so much
May 17, 2018
We're really happy with the way Reeds Rains helped us sell our property. Emma Stewart deserves a special mention as going above and beyond what you'd expect from a financial adviser, taking on more roles than you'd expect. Emma's efficiency and knowledge guided us through the mortgage process where we felt at ease and confident she would provide the best solution for us. Which she did.
Thanks also to Claire who's intuition helped 'seal the deal'. Definitely recommended.
Historic in its own right, Acomb dates back to the Doomsday book of 1067. Formerly a farming village it has expanded over the centuries through housing workers from large industry and manufacturing throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. It is now one of the largest suburbs of York.