Reeds Rains estate agents Nantwich is set on the main pedestrian thoroughfare of Pepper Street, our recently refurbished and updated offices are easily accessible with several local car parks nearby. We are positioned opposite the main town Post Office and McCormicks Coffee Shop.
We cater for every aspect of the property market from advising first time buyers, through to family buyers and sellers, investors and developers. Nantwich is such a vibrant, active town that we have numerous clients who we helped from their first property to now being in their 'forever' family home.
We could not have asked for more, We found a house out of the blue we loved and put an offer in on, the next problem was selling ours. We need not have worried, everyone at Reeds Rains Nantwich worked very hard. Ours was on the market with pictures 3 days later and sold in under 3 weeks. We were kept updated every step of the way. Bought, sold, exchanged, completed and moved in under 12 weeks. Thank you. NS.
Jan 26, 2018
I can only say how delighted I was with the service received from John,Georgina and staff at Reeds Rains. From the very beginning,meeting John, until completion of sale,the process was smooth,friendly and professional all the way. Thank you.
Sep 24, 2017
Absolutely superb service all the way from valuation of our property, sale and completion. They exceeded our expectations in every way, I cannot recommend them enough and I would definitely use them again. They helped out with all aspects of our sale going above and beyond what they had to do.
If you use them as your estate agents I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
Outstanding, thank you Georgina and the team.
Nantwich owes much of its early history to the Romans and their salt manufacturing which continued through to more recent time, along with the development of a large tanning industry. Set within rolling Cheshire farmland, the town has been one of the counties wealthiest farming areas for centuries, coupled with some of the finest Grade I and II listed buildings known. After the Fire of Nantwich in December 1583, personal financial contributions came from Queen Elizabeth I to restore the town’s fine architecture. Known as 'Little Chester' to some, Nantwich still enjoys a relaxed, friendly atmosphere with great local history.