Our estate agents in Penketh is situated in a central location on Honiton Way nearby Penketh Library. Our corner-aspect window displays offer intriguing glimpses of the properties we showcase to locals, visitors and prospective residents alike.
The branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some of the surrounding districts. Our welcoming and highly trained sales team is dedicated to providing valuable local knowledge and industry advice to people considering the area’s real-estate market. We strive to help you achieve your property ambitions – with maximum efficiency and minimum fuss.
Why Choose Bridgfords?
We’ve been successfully conducting property transactions for over 180 years. Our heritage makes Bridgfords your estate agency of choice for middle-to-northern England. We offer a convenient blend of local expertise, outstanding customer care plus passion for innovation. Our marketing strategies mix traditional and cutting-edge methods – all utilised by a dedicated sales team. We showcase housing on all the leading property portals, such as Rightmove, Zoopla, and Propertywide. Bridgfords boost your chances of attracting buyers/sellers – offering optional enhancements like virtual property tours and standout premium advertising. Look no further for estate agents in Penketh.
Introducing a new way to sell
We know that selling your home is a very personal decision and the way you sell it should reflect your personality. That’s why we’re one of the first ever agencies to put you in complete control, allowing you to choose how to sell your home.
Our Flexi-Service allows you to manage the sale of your home online, in your own time. Alternatively with our Full-Service package we’ll do the hard work for you. Either way you’ll have access to your own personal online property account allowing you to keep track of your property sale from start to finish.
Local Information about Penketh
This suburb of Cheshire is located about three miles from Warrington town centre. Its name –derived from two Brythonic words – suggests the area was once on the outskirts of a forest (while its emblem depicts three kingfishers). The locality has a secondary school and four primary schools. Its various pubs include the Ferry Tavern, the Crown & Cushion, the Sportsman's Arms and the Red Lion. Railway stations in the area serve the Liverpool-to-Manchester Line – and Penketh lies on the A562 road (linking Warrington with the Silver Jubilee Bridge).
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