Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Dursley
Dursley Estate Agent
Sell, let or buy property with Hunters
For over 35 years we’ve helped people move in and around Dursley - whether it’s their dream home, a new rental or selling to relocate. We’re there every step of the way.
Our unrivalled local knowledge means we can match buyers or sellers not just with your property, but with your postcode too.
You always come first and we guide and support you for a smooth sale or let.
Book your free property valuation today, or get in touch with the team and we’re happy to answer your questions.
- Free property valuation (online or in-person)
- 24/7 support through your My Hunters portal
- A fully managed sale
- Expert advice from our experienced local agents
- Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property
- Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property
Why choose Hunters Dursley?
Reach a massive and interested audience
Through flexible marketing packages which include photography, videography and floor plans, we craft a property ad that shows off the best aspects of your home.
So that your ad attracts as many viewings as possible, we market your listing on all the popular property websites like Rightmove and Zoopla. We also market to our extensive database of buyers and tenants who are actively looking for a property just like yours.
You always know what’s happening
Putting your property on the market is a big decision and we understand that you always want to know what’s happening with your sale or let. Our My Hunters portal holds all the information about your property and the progress that’s been made. You can log on any time and see upcoming viewings, read viewer feedback, amend property details and check offers.
All this means you’re in control and know what’s going on throughout your sale or let.
A smooth lettings service
We have a range of flexible lettings packages that suit the way you want to manage your property. By covering all your bases, you can sit back and enjoy a smooth, stress-free experience when we let your property. Whether you need a tenant find only service, a rent collection service, or a fully managed let, we have the right package for you.
Benefit from our experience
Having worked in Dursley for over 35 years, we know exactly how the property market works here, and we know who your property will appeal to. Our vast experience helps you to make truly informed decisions about your property and succeed when putting it on the market.
Why live in Dursley?
Dursley is a market town halfway between Bristol and Gloucester.
The nearest train station is Cam and Dursley station, which is about three miles away The station is on the Bristol and Gloucester line, making both of these cities easily accessible for commuters. The M5 and A38 are also just a few miles from Dursley, so travelling by car to nearby towns and cities an easy option too.
Dursley’s Market House was built in 1738 and the open ground floor is a covered market space, while the first floor is home to the town council. Dursley has a range of regular markets here throughout the month, including a farmers market and a craft market.
There’s a great range of local, independent stores in the town centre, including a butcher, sweet shop, a ladies clothing store, pet shop and a fabric store. There are several supermarkets within the town too.
There are some great places to eat and drink in Dursley, with cosy cafes, traditional pubs, restaurants providing various cuisines, and lots of takeaways too.
There are plenty of local amenities, including a GP surgery, pharmacies, a library, a post office, and the nearest hospital is just a mile away, in Cam.
Dursley is hugely popular with walkers because The Cotswold Way runs right through the centre of the town, and also because it’s surrounded by beautiful countryside. The town hosts its own walking festival too, which runs every October.
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Dursley is an old market town in Gloucestershire. It’s in the southern part of the Cotswolds and is about halfway between Bristol and Gloucester.
The nearest train station is Cam and Dursley station, which is about three miles away and there are regular local bus services running there. Cam and Dursley station is on the Bristol and Gloucester line, making both of these cities easily accessible for commuters. The M5 and A38 are also just a few miles from Dursley, which makes travelling by car to nearby towns and cities an easy option too.
Dursley has a local preschool and Dursley C of E Primary Academy for young children. There are more primary schools in Cam, which is the neighbouring village to Dursley. Rednock School is the local secondary school option, and it also has a sixth form.
In the centre of the town is the impressive Market House, which is a pillared building that dates back to 1738. The ground floor provides a covered market space and the first floor is home to the town council. The town enjoys a range of markets here, including a farmers market on the second Saturday of each month, and a craft market every fourth Saturday of the month.
There’s a lovely selection of independent stores in the town centre, such as Tolsey Two (a gift shop), The Dursley Pet Shop, That New Shop (a ladies clothes shop) and Inches (a fabric shop).
Dursley has a Sainsbury’s supermarket, Iceland Foods as well as The Co-operative Food store, providing great options for grocery shopping within the town.
When heading out for a coffee, choose from some lovely independent cafes, including Hummingbird Café, Traditional Bakery & Café, and Bank Café.
Dursley has a good selection of places to head out for a meal too. Della Casa and La Tosacana Dursley Restaurant & Cocktail Bar are both fantastic local Italian options, and Bengal Lounge provides great Indian food. There are plenty of takeaways to choose from including include Chinese, Indian, kebabs, pizzas and fish and chips.
The Old Spot Inn is a traditional local pub that won the 2007 CAMRA National Pub of the year. Found at the bottom of Stinchcombe Hill, this cosy pub dates back to 1776, and it has warming stove fires and serves up delicious food and great ales.
The nearest hospital is Vale Community Hospital in Cam, which is about a mile away. Dursley has May Lane Surgery for GP services, and there’s a Boots pharmacy and The Co-operative Pharmacy available locally too. The town also has its own post office and library.
The Cotswold Way runs straight through Dursley, making it a popular destination for walkers. There’s plenty of beautiful countryside to enjoy nearby, and Dursley enjoys its own walking festival every October.