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Independent Estate & Letting Agents

Holywell Branch

Phone – 01352 711 170
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Visit – 10 High St, Holywell, CH8 7LH

Our Holywell office is located on Holywell’s main High Street. The town centre is predominantly made up of Grade II listed Georgian and Victorian period buildings and offers many amenities such as a well equipped leisure centre, library, a variety of restaurants, several public houses, doctors surgery and a recently built community hospital.

 It also boasts one of the seven wonders of Wales, this being St Winifred’s Well which is considered to be a Holy Well and is surrounded by a 7th century chapel. 

The town contains English, Welsh and Catholic Primary Schools and Holywell High School. Holywell town is conveniently less than five minutes travelling time from the A55 dual carriageway and the A548 coastal route, which link up to the main motorway networks throughout the North West Region.

Flint Branch

Phone – 01352 762 300
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Visit – 52-54 Church St, Flint CH6 5AE

Our Flint office is centrally located on Church Street in the historic Town of Flint which is located in North East Wales and has views to the south of the town, including Halkyn Mountain and across to the Wirral over the Dee Estuary. Flint offers a wide range of local and family run shops including the Flintshire Retail Park. There are several Primary and Seconday Schools including Welsh, English, Catholic and specific educational needs.  

Flint offers great transport links throughout North Wales and the North West via bus links. Flint also offers a local train station with trains going through to Bangor, Chester, Manchester, Cardiff and London. Road links to the A55 include the relatively new Flint Bridge which connects to the Deeside Industrial area with the main commuter links to Chester and throughout the North West.

Mold Branch

Phone – 01352 700 070
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Visit – 4 Chester St, Mold CH7 1EG

Our Mold office is situated in the main thoroughfare of Estate Agents in the centre of Mold. Mold being the largest, historical market town in the County of Flintshire and has a proud history. 

Mold is in easy reach of the many tourist destinations throughout North Wales, which boasts a vast variety of bars, restaurants, shopping, cultural activities and the local Theatre Clwyd which includes a cinema. The town centre is busy with activity during the traditional Wednesday and Saturday street markets. Mold has a selection of established English and Welsh speaking schools and extensive public sports facilities can be found at the Mold Sports Centre.

Mold is situated off the main A55 express way, providing excellent transport links to major motorways and easy access to neighbouring towns, including Chester City Centre and the North West.

Rhyl Branch

Phone – 01745 369 700
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Visit – 36-38, Bodfor St, Rhyl LL18 1AT

Our Rhyl office accommodates a prime location near the bus and train stations in the heart of Rhyl’s busy town centre and the Marina sea town is a popular tourist destination.

The promenade and seafront has the spectacular Pont y Ddraig (The Dragons Bridge) and Pedestrian / Cycle Bridge, which runs along the North Wales coast line. There are several primary schools in Rhyl providing educational requirements, such as Welsh medium, Catholic and additional needs.

Rhyl railway and bus station serve all the local towns and connect Rhyl with Holyhead and the ferry to Ireland, as well as Manchester and London Euston. The A55 expressway links North Wales with the North West.

Wrexham Branch

Phone – 01978 353 000
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Visit – 6 High St, Wrexham LL13 8HP

Our Wrexham office is located in the thriving town of Wrexham. The office is positioned on High Street, which is close by to one of Wales’ seven wonders; St Giles Church. Wrexham Town Centre is the central business district of Wrexham, in North Wales. It is the largest shopping area in North and Mid Wales and the administrative centre of Wrexham County Borough. 

he High Street is Wrexham’s original town centre, beginning at the church of St. Giles. It is home to most of Wrexham’s night-life including clubs, bars and restaurants. During the day, the main attractions are the area’s cafes and the historic ‘Butchers Market’ hall. You will also find the Eagle’s Meadow which is an open air shopping centre and is based in the south-east of the town centre.