Our estate agents in Disley is centrally located on Fountain Square nearby Frankies Wine Bar. Our corner-aspect display windows offer intriguing glimpses of the properties we bring to market. The branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some of the surrounding districts.
Our welcoming and highly trained sales team is totally dedicated to helping you achieve your property ambitions. We’ll provide plentiful local knowledge plus industry advice to people considering the area’s real-estate market. We aim to attentively serve you – while streamlining your property transaction with maximum efficiency and minimum stress.
Why Choose Bridgfords?
Successfully conducting property transactions for over 180 years, Bridgfords are your regional estate agency of choice. Our blend of local expertise, superb customer care plus passion for innovation makes us second-to-none in middle-to-northern England. Our marketing reach extends nationally via our association with Countrywide Group. Meanwhile, our marketing strategies mix traditional and cutting-edge methods. Our dedicated sales team showcases housing on leading property portals – like Rightmove, Zoopla, and Propertywide. We can boost your chances of attracting buyers – assisted by enhancements (like virtual property tours and premium advertising). Look no further for estate agents in Disley.
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 Disley
This dormitory village in semi-rural Cheshire verges the edge of the Peak District near the county boundary with Derbyshire. The River Goyt and the Peak Forest Canal flow along the edge of the area. When the cotton industry declined, more varied employment became common; these days, there’s a paper mill and some light engineering works – but most residents travel out to work. The Rams Head restaurant and pub lies in the village centre. Disley has a railway station while the main A6 road bisects the vicinity.
Nestling in the hills of Hayfield with stunning panoramic views of the countryside, this charming extended detached four bedroom farmhouse will appeal to a discerning buyer with equestrian or livestock interests. Oozing with charm and character with approximately......
No vendor onward chain Residential & Business Premises Combined This truly unique executive style residence is located on one of the most prestigious roads in Disley The landscaped rear garden is ideal for entertaining looking towards Lyme Park (National Trust......