Reeds Rains estate agents 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.
With over 90 years combined experience within our branch, with a team of fully qualified valuers and negotiators providing our clients with a professional and comprehensive service. We have a fantastic network of branches across the country, with two nearby satellite branches York city centre and Haxby, enhancing our overall York coverage and client base to help you maximise the interest levels in your home.
This stylish, air conditioned showroom has extensive window displays enabling us to showcase properties within Acomb, Woodthorpe, Dringhouses, Holgate, and villages such as Poppleton, Knapton, Rufforth, Tockwith, Bilbrough, Askham Richard and Askham Bryan. We also cover Wetherby and Harrogate areas to give homeowners the chance to showcase their listing to the York market.
Reeds Rains have been successfully selling and renting properties since 1868, offering free advice on buying, selling, and letting. We welcome you six days a week to discuss your individual requirements. Whether you’re a first time buyer looking to get a foot on the property ladder, an investor looking for a healthy return on your investment or a family looking for your next move we are sure we can find you the perfect property. We can offer a free, no obligation consultation so call into branch to find out more.
We also offer a complete lettings service to all landlords and have a variety of properties available to tenants.
Reeds Rains are members of all the accredited professional bodies for sales and rentals, including; ARLA, NAEA and the Property Ombudsman, and believe in providing excellent customer service through compliance with industry best practice.
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.