Estate Agents Nantwich, Cheshire - Reeds Rains

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We are open.

We are available over the phone or via email during our usual opening times. If you would like to visit us in branch, please phone us to make an appointment.

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Reeds Rains Nantwich
35 Pepper Street,
Nantwich,
CW5 5AB
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Reeds Rains Estate Agents Nantwich

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.

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Reeds Rains Nantwich reviews

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Great support in helping us sell a relative’s house - great advice, super service and we achieved an incredible price. Thanks for all your help and thoughtful service. Highly recommended.
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Oli Deacon
Sep 4, 2021
They are extremely helpful and their customer service is brilliant. I had an issue with something and they called immediately to rectify it for me. As a first time buyer I had a lot of questions and they were very patient and helpful.
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Emily Potts
Sep 30, 2021
We were extremely happy with the team at Reeds Rains who sold our house for us. John who valued the house initially was clearly knowledgeable and experienced, but also honest and not pushy. He listened to what we had to say as we had recent negative experience of selling a house previously, and he gave us helpful advice about decluttering and presenting the house in it's best light. The team always telephoned us prior to booking viewings and booked in about 11 viewings over 3-4 weeks, before finding a buyer. During this time they were always available to answer the phone and discuss any worries we had regarding whether to reduce the price & other matters. We ended up having a protracted and turbulent waiting period, due to our buyers' sale falling through, and Reeds Rains worked tirelessly chasing everyone in the chain to get the sale through. They were much better at this than other local Estate Agents who were never available.
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Alison Bubb
May 17, 2022

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We know Nantwich

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.