Our estate agents in Ponteland is centrally situated on Main Street next to The Seven Stars pub. We promote our properties to locals, visitors and potential residents alike via our extended window display. Our branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some of the surrounding districts.
Our friendly sales team offers you a warm welcome and is trained to be responsive to clients’ requirements. Keeping customers’ best interests in mind, we offer local insight – plus valuable real-estate expertise. Bridgfords aim to unite people and property – and to streamline our housing transactions with utmost efficiency and less stress.
Why Choose Bridgfords?
Home buyers/sellers reap the benefits of our impressive heritage of over 180 years of property market success. Bridgfords reside at the top of the estate-agency tree. Our multi-branch regional network – plus alliance with the UK’s largest property group, Countrywide – let us reach people nationwide. We offer innovative marketing strategies blending traditional methods with cutting-edge techniques – and showcase homes on the biggest property portals, like Rightmove, Zoopla, and Propertywide. Our services are designed to streamline every aspect of any property transaction – bolstered by optional enhancements (like virtual property tours and premium advertising). Look no further for estate agents in Ponteland.
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 Ponteland
This parish in Northumberland is situated 38 miles south of the nearest Scottish Border crossing and nine miles from Newcastle upon Tyne. Its name means 'island in the Pont', named for the river that flows through the village. Ponteland is notable for a ruined pele tower, its bridge and four churches. Its residents are active in commercial and financial services in northern England, southern Scotland, and the wider EU. The parish benefits from its proximity to Newcastle International Airport. The A696 road bisects the area.
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