The Reeds Rains estate agency branch is located in the centre of the town amidst the market stalls on the main high street, one of the few towns that hold a true market 6 days per week. Newcastle under Lyme has a vast array of major high street shops as well as the local independent shops. There are numerous restaurants, bars and coffee shops along with ample car parks to support the town and the bus station is just around the corner from the branch.
The University Hospital of North Staffordshire is close by as well as the renowned Keele University. Newcastle under Lyme is situated in the North Midlands and provides great access to the M6 both north and south via junction 15, there is also easy access to the East Midlands via the A50 trunk road. The mainline rail station is located just a few miles down the road at Stoke station.
Fantastic experience with Jack at Reeds Rains. Moved things around so that I could view the property on a day and time that suited me and gave invaluable information about the property and area. Will definitely buy (and sell) through them again.
Sep 20, 2019
Went into the Newcastle under Lyme branch to book in a valuation for my mothers property. Beth and Laura were very thorough, friendly and professional. We didn't end up selling my mother's property in the end but I would 100% use their services in the future. Great team
Jul 26, 2019
Reeds Rains Free Valuation
We have recently had an open market valuation by Jack Damjanovic branch manager of the Newcastle-under Lyme office.
My wife and I were impressed by the work done in researching the current property prices in our area ,the time taken to understand
the our circumstances and the useful advice given on marketing our property .
We would definitely recommend this service
Home owners Westlands Newcastle .
Newcastle under Lyme is a great place to live, a traditional market town in the heart of the north Midlands, which boasts a wide choice of good schools, a range of entertainment places, and good links to all the major commuter networks. Situated just outside the Potteries, Newcastle is one of the few towns that still has a traditional market 6 days a week with local stall holders braving all kinds of weather. The University Hospital of North Staffordshire is one of the largest employers in the area. From Newcastle it also easy to access the beautiful countryside from the rugged Staffordshire Moorlands to the rolling hills and fields to the west.