Reeds Rains estate agents Whickham is located in the centre of the village just off the A1 about a couple of miles south side of the River Tyne from Newcastle and Gateshead. Public transport is provided by a regular bus service and there are train links via the Metro to Newcastle central train station and International airport. The branch is located on the main Front Street in front of Whickham Park and is a stone’s throw away from the local medical centre. There are fee paying public car parks behind the main shopping centre at St. Marys Green and behind The Gibside Hotel.
Areas covered by the Whickham branch include, Burnopfield, Dunston, Sunniside, Blaydon and Gateshead.
I came to Mel Lydon for help with my first house purchase/mortgage and would definitely recommend her. From day one she explained everything clearly and effectively which was very reassuring as a first time buyer with no experience or real understanding of the process. She kept in regular contact and was very efficient in sorting a mortgage as soon as I had an offer accepted on a house. Even once my mortgage application was accepted and ready to go, Mel was the only person throughout the house-buying process who I found helpful and supportive, as she was able to offer advice and support on other areas too. Best decision I made as she 100% reassured me during a long and stressful process which was out of our control. Thank you so much for all your help along the way, you were fab! Thanks, Laura
Aug 15, 2017
Excellent service! Found me a tenant for my property within a week. Nicole was extremely efficient. Thank you will definetly use in the future.
Jul 29, 2017
What an amazing lady mel is!! Helped me from start to finish!! Nothing was a hassle for her!! Would defo use her again and recommend her to friends and family. Amazing care thank you very much Mel!!
Whickham is a sought after location which retains a village feel with a past history of mining and farming being purportedly the largest producer of coal in Europe in the fourteenth century. The oldest building is the parish church of St Mary the Virgin, parts of which date back to Norman times.