Our estate agents in Westhoughton enjoys a central location on Pavilion Square nearby The China Room restaurant. Our display windows promote the housing we bring to market to locals, visitors and prospective residents alike. The branch covers the local property market plus homes in some surrounding districts.
Our friendly sales team will be glad to welcome you in for an informal chat about your property ambitions. We’re totally dedicated to providing first-rate customer services – plus offering our extensive local knowledge and market expertise. Our services efficiently facilitate every aspect of any housing deal.
Why Choose Entwistle Green?
Because we’ve been streamlining housing transactions in England’s northwest for a century. During that time, Entwistle Green have built a beneficial branch network that reaches more buyers/sellers than our competitors can. This is partly because we’re members of the national Countrywide Group – enabling us to advertise housing nationwide. We also showcase our stock on the most popular property portals – such as Rightmove, Propertywide and Zoopla. Our convenient services range from buying, selling and mortgages to surveyors, conveyancers, and land and new homes. Look no further for estate agents in Westhoughton.
Sell your home from £995
We know that selling your home is a personal decision and the way you decide to sell reflects the level of support you need.You can now choose to sell online from just £995, or let our team of local experts manage your sale, it’s up to you..!
Our online service includes a valuation from your local office, listing on Rightmove and Zoopla, photos and even floor plans. Alternatively, with our high street service our local branch will do all the hard work for you. Either way you’ll have access to a personal property account allowing you to keep track of your sale from start to finish.
Local Information about Westhoughton
This town lies in the Borough of Bolton in Greater Manchester. Westhoughton was formerly a hub for coal mining, cotton-spinning and textile manufacture. Today it’s mainly residential, comprising several former villages, each with distinctive characters, traditions and amenities. Snydle water tower (est. 1914) is now a private dwelling visible from the M61. St Bartholomew's Church of England Primary School is a Grade II listed building; and there’s the red brick and terracotta town hall and Carnegie library. The M61 motorway shoots through town; the A58 and A6 cross it.
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