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Situated in the former industrial town of Barnsley, Hunters Estate Agents Barnsley, have been trading within the local areas for over 10 years. Due to the work of Franchise Partner Christian and his team, the branch has long been recognised as one of the leading agents throughout the Dearne Valley area.
When you choose Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents in Barnsley to sell or purchase your home, you will be interacting with local experts within the property industry and you can be sure that we will get the best possible results for you
Christian Lawlor, Managing Director of Hunters Barnsley says:
“My team and I are confident that we provide some of the best customer service available. We are one of the leading estate agents and we are dedicated to creating strong bonds with every single one of our customers but don’t just take my word for it, please find some reviews below.”
As part of the wider Hunters network - one of the fastest growing franchised estate agency networks in the UK, the Barnsley branch focuses on excellent customer service which has resulted in more than half its business coming from referrals.
Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Barnsley specialises in residential properties in around the local villages – from Cawthorne to Shafton, including such areas as, Mapplewell, Darton, Royston, Wombwell, Silkstone, Royston, Dodworth, Pogmoor and Cudworth.
There is a great deal of choice to be had in Barnsley when it comes to choosing your next home. From period buildings that capture the limestone dream living areas, to new build apartments rising in the city centre and even the suburbs where a mixture of detached and semi-detached homes make for what is that true community spirit of this great town. Whatever it is you’re looking for, Hunters has the choice to get you there!
The good news is, that if you’re looking to buy a home across the town and its developing rural network, you’re going to find a selection that is going to be just right for you. The average detached home (Apr ‘19) was valued at £219, 789. Terraced properties sold for an average of £85,422, with semi-detached properties fetching £142,556.
Buying a home is more than just an average price meter, and we understand that at Hunters. What we want to do is show that whatever choice you make, you have all the information to best guide your decision, and for us, Barnsley is going through a rapid and positive transformation set to see potential for growth and development well into the future.
With suburbs like Monk Bretton, Mapplewell and Dodworth to Royston, Cudworth and Little Houghton, Barnsley has the choice to suit whatever it is you need.
Let’s discover more about this great town!
Selling your Barnsley property is simple - if you do it the right way. Hunters has the experience to get you a price you’re happy with. To get started, first you need to get a valuation of your property. You can either do this online, or ask us to come and visit. Either way, it’s completely free. Get in touch with us today to get started.
"Just want to say a huge thank you to the team! Fantastic service from start to finish. The photos were amazing, the sales team were great at communicating both with me and the buyers and my house sold within 8 weeks. Smooth, fast sale with no hiccups. Highly recommended"Charlotte Bygrave, Barnsley
"Very professional but friendly service provided, have dealt with any matters swiftly. Big thanks to Zack and Sean who have been more than happy to help; I am a first time buyer so had lots of questions! They have also always kept me in the loop of how things are going. My purchase is still ongoing but I am positive this team will do all they can to ensure it is as straightforward as possible"Elise and Daniel, Barnsley
Famous as the birthplace of Richard ‘Dickie’ Bird and Parky (that’s how Michael Parkinson is known round here) to the rolling green hills of the Yorkshire Peaks and transport links to the rest of this stunning region, there is more to Barnsley than meets the eye.
From its coal mining heritage to the market town past and present, Barnsley, in the heart of South Yorkshire is living some truly golden years!
With money being invested in major redevelopment works and with more opportunities arising from the Northern Powerhouse news as early as July 2019, Barnsley is ideally placed for you to find your perfect home and create memories to last a lifetime.
If there is one thing that stands out about Barnsley it’s the sense of community. It thrives through everyone. There is a welcoming hand, smile and spirit that is just intrinsically tied to the town and how the people have been raised. It’s what makes Barnsley an endearing place to place to live and one that makes every person feel welcome!
Surrounded by the Peak District, ancient villages and historic parkland, Barnsley has some excellent places to visit for those wanting to relax and get back to nature. Within minutes from the town centre you can be up in the hills walking, discovering, fell running or mountain biking in some of the most beautiful land in the country. When they say that Yorkshire is God’s Country, they must have seen the views that you have on the doorstep to this wonderful market town.
But that’s not all! From museums to stately homes, art galleries and pre-roman ruins, there is a wealth of things to choose from when it comes to seeing and living in Barnsley. The Lamproom Community Theatre, The Cooper Gallery, Elsecar Heritage Centre, Cannonhall and Worsborough Mill just form part of the cultural patina of this town - and something that everyone in Barnsley is hugely proud of!
Football has returned to the city where local rivalries with Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds and Hull will be on the fixtures whilst the town benefits from all of the open space to hold world class cycling events and motorsport action as well. If however you wanted to venture out into new pastures just on the outskirts of the town, then why not spend a quiet yet relaxing afternoon at Monk Bretton Priory or check out the extraordinary Yorkshire Sculpture Park situated at Wentworth castle or cycle along the Trans Pennine Trail which goes all the way to Hull.
With that sense of independence and community though, there is another vibe happening in the city; that of regeneration. Barnsley Market has relocated into a multi-million pound redevelopment filled with independents that have history and knowledge of the local landscape second to none, whilst the highstreet is growing with more independent shopping an attracting the high-street major retailers into the centre where everything turns. Filled with hidden gems in the farm shops, stocking local produce and the hidden hamlets along the way, Barnsley truly is a town on the up.
And that’s what makes this part of the town so unique and special, the infrastructure. Within twenty minutes you’re in the heart of Sheffield, within forty, you’re in Leeds. The M1 is a stones throw, yet you wouldn’t know it and towns like Wakefield, Rotherham and Doncaster are just a short driving distance from this vibrant town. Imagine having all of that choice, all of that ease to get to some of the most vibrant cities in the UK all within a short driving distance, or quick train ride. You don’t have to, Barnsley is the perfect location to get you there.