At Reeds Rains estate agents Seaham, customers looking to sell property in Seaham and the local area our estate agents will be happy to discuss how we can market your property, arrange a property valuation and provide information on the supporting services we offer such as EPCs and conveyancing services.
We have properties for sale in Seaham, Seaton, Easington, Hawthorn and Murton, as well as the surrounding areas of Peterlee, Dalton-le-Dale, Horden and Blackhall Colliery to name a few. The available houses and flats for sale can be viewed online and our branch staff will be more than happy to provide you with information arrange viewings and register your details to match to future properties.
The area we serve offers a great mix of town centre properties as well as homes for sale in semi-rural locations which have good road links to Sunderland and Chester-le-Street.
We provide a lettings service across the local area helping both landlords and tenants. Landlords can read online about our different services and arrange a free rental valuation. Tenants can view available houses and flats to rent in Seaham and register for property updates online.
The town of Seaham was previously a mining town but over recent years has been transformed into a seaside town; there is a new marina, a variety of shops, restaurants, wine bars, Byron Place shopping mall and the imposing Seaham Hall hotel and Serenity Spa. The A19, which provides access to the north and south of the region, is a short drive from the town centre. Seaham also benefits from a train station linking it to the cities of the north and south, Sunderland, the Metro Centre and the historic city of Durham are within easy reach of the town.
Cant speak highly enough of all the staff. Nothing is too much trouble and are always willing to help. Have bought a couple of properties through this branch and the communication has been second to none. My first property they let within 24 hours and they have already let my next property before it has even been completed. Will definitely be back soon
Mar 22, 2018
I would like to give an honest review of Reeds Reins Seaham. We are buying a home through this company so we are not their client. All I can say is they have been brilliant. From the knowledge that Tracey had of the house when we first arranged a viewing to the end process of exhange. Not often do you find a whole office that will give you excellent service. We dealt mostly with Tracey, she was knowledgeable, compassionate and fully aware of our situation and every time we spoke with her she was totally professional and caring! I would not hesitate to use this branch again in the future and would highly recommend them to anyone wanting To sell their home as they do care. All in all, we have had a pretty easy ride and that is partly due to the prompt service from Tracey. I would like to thank everyone at the office for helping us to find our dream home, especially Tracey and would urge them to continue treating all of their clients and buyers in the way we have been treated. It makes a difference and I will never forgot the brilliant service we have recieved! Thank you all so much.
Mar 12, 2018
Great service, from giving our number to be contacted when property became available, we were contacted regularly to help us find a property we liked, when we found one, the professional manner in negotiating the price, to constantly keeping us updated . Can't praise the staff enough, we were very grateful from start to finish. Thank you.
Seaham has been transformed from a mining town to an attractive seaside town providing an array coffee shops, wine bars and bespoke eateries. It has a busy shopping mall with varied outlets, marina and the much-admired Seaham Hall Hotel and Serenity Spa. The community spirit in the town is strong and this has been strengthened further through the addition of 'Tommy' the memorial from WW1 bringing visitors from near and far. There is easy commuting throughout the region and it is assisted by good road links to the A19 North and South, together with the A1 and Seaham train station.