Our estate agents in Mansfield Woodhouse is conveniently situated on the High Street next to Market Place bus stop. We provide tempting views of our property stock to passers-by through our corner-aspect window displays. The office covers the local housing market plus homes in some of the surrounding districts.
Our friendly and dedicated sales team will welcome you in for an informal chat about the local real-estate scene at your leisure. We’re committed to helping you up the property ladder – constantly striving to provide first-class customer service plus insightful industry expertise. Negotiating housing transactions is what we do best.
Why Choose Bairstow Eves?
Our impressive history of industry success dating back to 1899 makes Bairstow Eves your go-to estate agency. We benefit from our 100-branch network plus an advantageous affiliation with the UK’s biggest property group, Countrywide. These chains enable us to cross-promote properties nationwide harnessing the brand’s computer-linked database. We also promote homes prominently online via the most popular property portals. Moreover, our diverse range of services covers every eventuality – facilitated by attentive, highly trained staff. We’re perfectly positioned to assist with your property sale and/or purchase. Look no further for estate agents in Mansfield Woodhouse.
Sell your home online with Bairstow Eves
Introducing the new way to sell from your local agents.
Bairstow Eves now makes the choice between high street and online estate agents easier!
Our NEW online service from just £995 includes a valuation from your local branch expert, photos, an online account – and listing on Rightmove and Zoopla.
But if you need more support at any time our local team can take over and do all the hard work for you. We’ll even take the £995 off our final fee!
Nestling within the Maun Valley a few miles from famous Sherwood Forest, this mainly urban market town lies 12 miles from Nottingham city centre. Historically, the district’s industrial past of coal mining and textiles thrived until their decline in the 1990s. Nowadays, the town offers good shopping, abundant green spaces, and a skate plaza while The Palace Theatre is its primary entertainment venue. Mansfield Museum won The Guardian’s ‘Family-friendly Museum of the Year’ award in 2011. The area lies nearby junctions 27, 28 and 29 of the M1 motorway.
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