Reeds Rains estate agents Carrickfergus branch is located on the High Street in the town itself, not far from Carrickfergus Castle. Our vastly experienced team of five offer expert advice on all aspects of property and all live locally which is great when local knowledge is required. The areas this branch cover apart from Carrickfergus itself are Whitehead and Greenisland.
We wish to put on record, our complete satisfaction with Lynsey Graham, manager of this branch. Having been on the market for 7 months our house had not sold. We changed to your agency, and Lynseycame to our home, took photo,s was amazing professional and within 4 days we had a buyer. In all the stress of moving, Lynsey has been an anchor of calm,well informed pleasant, efficient and evidently very well connected to other people in the town, such as solicitors. She is a five star employee, and also a very nice person. Thank you Lynsey, you made our move just that much easier.
Tony And Pat Thorne
2 weeks ago
I can’t recommend Reeds Rains Carrickfergus highly enough 😁 from valuation to selling our home and buying our new build the communication and process has been brilliantly smooth! All the staff are really helpful and couldn’t do enough to help us! Special thanks to Lindsay, Lisa, Alia, Debbie and Lois!
a week ago
Fantastic service, very friendly and knowledgeable staff. I have just bought my lovely bungalow through Reeds Rains and the whole process has been very efficient from sale to completion (in seven weeks). Lisa, Alia and Debbie have been brilliant and very patient answering all my questions and queries. Could never thank them enough or recommend them highly enough for finding my perfect new home.
Carrickfergus or as it is commonly referred to locally as 'Carrick', sits on the shoreline of Belfast Lough, approximately 10 miles from Belfast City Centre. The town is predominately a commuter town offering excellent public transport facilities with both bus and rail networks. Carrickfergus boasts some superb tourist attractions with areas of natural beauty, brushing a picturesque coastline and historical 12th century Norman Castle that overshadows an ancient harbour and town centre enclosed within 16th Century stone walls