Here at Reeds Rains Estate Agents Gosforth, we are immensely proud of our office suite with a dedicated Lettings Centre . We are situated next to Gosforth Academy, a short walk from Regent Centre Metro Station and offer our customers free on site parking.
From the very first contact with Reed Rains I felt completely at ease and I knew that I had chosen the right agent for my house sale. Phil advised me in a professional and helpful way on how to achieve the best price for the property. My contact in the office was Alan Lowdon who continued to assist me once the house was on the market. He was always smartly dressed and friendly ringing me on a regular basis to update me on any viewings etc always professional and courteous and an asset to the business. I would recommend Reed Rains to anyone looking to buy or sell property without hesitation. Thanks again wonderful experience.
Jan 22, 2018
Reeds Rains were very efficient with setting up viewings and always gave feedback. Alan gave us constructive and meaningful advice over the months and always discussed their recommendations about the next steps/reducing the price. Alan was always totally up to speed with where we were at and we felt confident he was working for us to sell the house. Compared to 2 other agents we listed with, Reed Rains were by far the best! Thank you.
Jan 8, 2018
First time buyer and the team were so helpful. Always friendly and courteous. Plus I found them to be extremely pro active in helping the sale progress and always on hand to answer questions and liaise between the two sides. No hesitation in recommending them.
Gosforth is a suburb of Newcastle upon Tyne, situated to the north of the city. Modern day Gosforth dates back to 1826 as a settlement known for several decades as Bulman Village. Apart from South Gosforth, many residential districts of Gosforth are suffixed "Park". There is Bridge Park, Brunton Park, Gosforth Park (including Newcastle Racecourse), Grange Park, Greystoke Park, Grove Park, Melton Park, Newcastle Great Park and Whitebridge Park. East of the Great North Road, Garden Village was developed on 'garden suburb' lines in the 1920s to house workers at the nearby LNER electric train depot (now the Metro depot). One of the newest expansions of Newcastle is the Great Park to the north of Gosforth. Other popular areas are Kingston Park served by two Metro stations and well situated for the Airport and A1.