Our estate agents in Warrington is situated in a convenient town-centre location on Sankey Street nearby Forever Ink tattoo shop. Our attention-grasping extended window displays showcase our housing stock to plentiful passers-by. The branch covers local housing plus homes in some surrounding districts.
Our dedicated sales team is always ready for an informal chat about your personal property ambitions. We’re attentive and strive to provide first-class customer services – plus helpful doses of local knowledge and market expertise. We aim to facilitate every aspect of any housing deal as efficiently as possible.
Why Choose Entwistle Green?
Conducting property transactions in England’s northwest for a century, Entwistle Green have fine-tuned our customer service packages – while developing a comprehensive regional branch network. Our chain enables us to promote properties to more buyers/sellers than other estate agencies. Our marketing reach is further enhanced by our membership of the national Countrywide Group. We showcase properties on the most popular online portals – including Rightmove, Propertywide and Zoopla. We also provide a range of convenient services – from buying, selling and mortgages to surveyors, conveyancers, and land and new homes. Look no further for estate agents in Warrington.
Local Information about Warrington
This town in Cheshire on the banks of the River Mersey lies equidistant from Liverpool and Manchester (20 miles). Founded by the Romans, Warrington later emerged as a market town. A local tradition of textile and tool production evolved. Today, modernisation of its town centre has turned Warrington into one of the larger shopping centres in northwest England – despite its proximity to Manchester and Liverpool. Golden Square shopping centre features over 135 different shops. The town’s nearby the M62, M6 and M56 motorways and between Liverpool and Manchester airports.
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