Reeds Rains estate agents Bramhall has been established in the heart of Bramhall village for over 40 years in arguably the most prominent position on the corner of Moss Lane and Ack Lane East, right by the mini roundabout. This stylish, air conditioned showroom has extensive window displays enabling us to showcase properties within Bramhall, Cheadle Hulme, Davenport, Poynton, Woodsmoor and Woodford.
We deal with both sales and rentals; in addition, we have specialist mortgage advice too. Bramhall Railway Station lies within walking distance of our office and the village, together with regular bus routes passing through the village connecting with all surrounding areas.
The A34 by-pass road has a connection link just 400m north of the village centre providing swift access to Handforth Dean shopping centre and to Manchester.
I bought a house for which Reeds Rains represented the vendors.
Lindsay was especially good chasing solicitors and dealing with enquiries and generally creating urgency in the process.
The house was well marketed and I would turn to Reeds Rains when it’s my turn to sell in the future.
Apr 1, 2018
Barbora & Glynn were very professional & extremely helpful from start to finish. I would highly recommend Reeds Rains. They definitely went the extra mile I cannot thank them enough!
Feb 27, 2018
Very smooth purchase. Good communication throughout the whole process. Staff were very friendly and helpful.
The manor of Bramall dates from the Saxon period, when it was held as two separate estates by two Saxon freemen, Brun and Hacun. In 1070, William the Conqueror subdued the north-west of England, and divided the land among his followers. The manor of "Bramale" was given to Hamon de Massey, who eventually became the first Baron of Dunham Massey. The earliest reference to Bramall was recorded in the Domesday Book as "Bramale". Today, Bramhall is a thriving village, an affluent suburb of Greater Manchester on the outskirts of Stockport. A mainline rail link connects with Manchester and London making it perfect for commuters, in addition, there are excellent schools in the area, ideal for families. The area is also known for Bramall Park and its Tudor Hall, a magnificent period building. The village features a mixture of bars, restaurants and coffee shops along with butchers, bakers, hairdressers, clothes shops in addition to a small “express” supermarket set within the village square.