Estate Agents Culcheth offering a Free Property Valuation

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Culcheth

441 Warrington Road

Culcheth

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Who Are Miller Metcalfe Culcheth?

culchethBuy, sell or rent residential or commercial property in Culcheth and the surrounding area through Miller Metcalfe estate agents Culcheth.

 

Our dedicated team of experienced estate agents in Culcheth are here to help, providing expert advice and a professional yet personal service at every stage of the house buying, selling or renting process. Department heads are members of professional bodies RICS and NAEA and adhere to strict codes of conduct.

 

Culcheth is our home too; it’s where we work and where many of us live, shop and socialise, and our families go to school. This means we can offer you an in-depth understanding of the local property market and first-hand advice on what it’s really like to be part of the Culcheth community.

 

Whether a first time buyer, a vendor with a property to sell, a landlord hoping to let, or a tenant looking to find a home, apartment or commercial space to rent, Miller Metcalfe estate agents Culcheth works hard to ensure the moving process is as smooth and stress free as possible.

 

As an independent estate agency we have different ambitions to the bigger boys. We are driven by customer satisfaction not profit hungry shareholders, and are extremely proud that much of our estate agency work comes from repeat business and positive word-of-mouth recommendations from happy clients.

Estate Agents Culcheth

From our Culcheth estate agency, we can offer a full range of property services for clients buying, selling, letting or renting a residential or commercial property in Glazebury, Glazebrook, Risley, Croft, Newton-Le-Willows, Winwick, Rixton, Golborne, Lowton, Astley, Tyldesley, Hollins Green, Birchwood and Oakwood.

 

If selling or letting – be it a house, bungalow, flat, apartment or a commercial property, such as an office, industrial unit or shop – we can arrange a convenient time to visit the property to conduct a free, no obligation property valuation. We will share our detailed and up-to-date understanding of the local property market and work with you to determine the most advantageous and competitive sale or rental price.

 

We can also provide free valuations on land with and without planning permission and, if desired, introduce you to local commercial and residential property developers who can help you unlock the land’s potential value.

 

Once instructed, we will ensure the property is comprehensively marketed on the UK’s leading property portals as well as through our own estate agency network and property features in the most popular local press. We will also proactively market the property to our extensive database of potential buyers and tenants.

 

If you’re looking to buy or rent a residential or commercial unit, our understanding of what’s available on the market combined with our first hand knowledge of the area and it’s amenities puts us in a great position to present suitable properties to you for your consideration. We’ll also tip you off whenever we get a ‘sniff’ of anything new and exciting coming into the estate agency that meets your criteria.

 

Our auctioneering division stages up to five auctions each year so if you’re looking to sell very quickly or have a residential or commercial property or land more suited to an auction it may be worth asking their advice. Our experience in auctions means we have excellent local knowledge and access to a database of cash investors. We’ll organise, promote and host a pre-sale viewing and ensure the legal pack is available to potential buyers so check can be made in advance of the auction. Once a bid is confirmed, we’ll follow it up with all parties to complete within 28 days.

 

At every stage of the process we can be there to hold your hand and will take on as much of the work as you need us to, whether it’s by providing advice on mortgages and insurance or arranging building surveys from local RICS approved experts.

Why Move To Culcheth?

Moving to Culcheth and the local area around this lovely village could be one of the best moves you ever make.

 

At just 6 miles north-east of Warrington, Culcheth is a popular place to live and is packed full of amenities to serve the needs and interests of residents of all ages. These include a library, village hall hosting various community events, two supermarkets, several pubs and a wide range of independent businesses including restaurants, cafes and takeaways.

 

There are several sports clubs offering table tennis, cricket, tennis, croquet, football and bowls as well as the prestigious Leigh Golf Club. For those looking to take a more serious approach to their sport, Culcheth Eagles ARLFC is a successful rugby league team with youth teams and an open age team, all competing in the North West Counties leagues. FC Culcheth Sports is a newly established football club in the village with teams in the Wigan and District Amateur League and the Warrington Sunday League.

 

A pretty village green hosts the annual Community Day and Culcheth Sports Club is home to a beer festival, which every year raises substantial funds for local charities. Victorian Day is a highlight of the year; held in November, tradespeople from all over wear Victorian attire and set up stalls to sell winter warmer delights, such as mulled wine and hot chestnuts alongside local crafts and artisan delicacies. There are fairground rides for children and music from a local brass band. The event culminates in a free fireworks display on the village green.

 

For those looking to indulge in outdoor activities there is a popular walk along Culcheth Linear Park – an old disused railway line – and Partridge Lakes Fishery, which is set within 50 acres of landscaped grounds and offers fishing on 14 waters alongside a terrace café.

 

Culcheth offers a choice of excellent education establishments. Culcheth Community Primary School and Twiss Green Community Primary School have been rated ‘Good’ and ‘Excellent’ by Ofsted respectively and accommodate children from nursery up to year 6.

 

Further amenities and entertainments can be found in Warrington Town Centre, which is a quick commute by car or bus. Culcheth is also within easy reach of the East Lancashire Road (A580) providing direct access to Liverpool and Manchester, and is close to the M62, linking to the M6 and M56.

 

To find out more about the Culcheth property market or for a no obligation chat about the possibility of selling or letting a property or commercial space please call the Culcheth estate agency team on 01925 506 086.

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