Our estate agents in Chorley is centrally located on the High Street nearby The Flat Iron pub. We offer intriguing glimpses of our properties via eye-catching corner-aspect window displays. The branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some of the surrounding districts.
Our welcoming sales team is trained to be attentive and totally responsive to your requirements – striving to keep clients’ best interests at heart at all times. We provide plenty of local insight plus loads of valuable real-estate expertise. Bridgfords aim to streamline all property transactions with total efficiency and minimal stress.
Why Choose Bridgfords?
We offer house buyers/sellers a distinguished history spanning over 180 years of property industry success. This puts Bridgfords at the top of the estate-agency tree. Our multi-branch regional network – plus alliance with Countrywide – allow us to reach house buyers/sellers on a national scale. Our pioneering marketing strategies blend traditional methods with cutting-edge techniques while we promote homes on the best property portals, like Rightmove, Zoopla, and Propertywide. Our range of services streamlines every aspect of any property transaction – featuring optional enhancements (like virtual property tours and premium advertising). Look no further for estate agents in Chorley.
Sell your home from £995
We know that selling you home is a personal decision and the way you decide to sell reflects the level of support you need.
You can now choose to sell online from just £995, or let our local team of experts manage your sale, it’s up to you..!
Our online service includes a valuation from your local office, listing on Rightmove and Zoopla, photos and even floor plans.
Alternatively, with our high street service your local branch will do all the hard work for you. Either way you’ll have access to a personal property account allowing you to keep track of your sale from start to finish.
Local Information about Chorley
A commuter’s dream, this market town in Lancashire lies eight miles from Wigan; 10 miles from Blackburn; 11 miles from Bolton; 12 miles from Preston; and 19 miles from Manchester. Chorley’s wealth came principally from the cotton industry during the Industrial Revolution. Remnants of its past include Morrison's chimney, mill buildings and terraced streets. These days, Leyland Trucks and BAE Systems are the Central Lancashire area's largest employers. Chorley is bisected by the A6 Roman road and also links with the M61 and M6 motorways.
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