Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Lichfield

Overview

Estate Agent Lichfield

Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Lichfield is set in the heart of the City on Bore Street close to the junction with Upper St John Street. The catchment area is equally split between urban and rural housing covering the City and a host of rural satellite villages surrounding Lichfield.   Despite being a city, Lichfield very much has a ‘market town’ feel.

Houses for Sale in Lichfield

Serving the community and surrounding areas for many years, Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents in Lichfield has an extensive array of property available for sale and to let.

Postcodes we serve include:

  • WS13 6,7,8
  • WS14 0,9
  • DE13 7,8
  • WS15 3,4

Daniel Yates is a Senior Valuer within the Hunters organisation having worked in estate agency for 12 years.

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Dan started work in 2002 and has worked for a variety of companies in both lettings and residential sales. His experience in both sales and lettings allows Dan to give the best advice to his clients depending on their individual circumstances. This helps investors with the purchase of suitable properties enabling them to build a portfolio of Buy to Let properties.

In 2006 Dan was awarded an NVQ Level 3 and Technical Award in the Sale of Residential Property. He subsequently became a member of the National Association of Estate Agents and continues to keep his knowledge up to date with Continued Professional Development.

With the help of an experienced and knowledgeable team Hunters have remained one of the most successful estate agents in Lichfield.

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Local area guide

Set in the very heart of the Midlands, Lichfield balances centuries of history and beautiful scenery with modern transport links and great schools. With architecture from across the last 8 centuries, this city tells a story all of its own, and brings an unbreakable sense of community with it.

Popular with couples and families alike, this is a great location for anyone who wants to work enjoy the convenience of being close to large cities without being constrained by the noise and permanent flow of people. With easy access to the A38 for drivers and direct trains to both Birmingham and London, professionals can enjoy the semi-rural countryside without sacrificing the buzz of big cities. For families, Lichfield is an especially attractive option, with fantastic primary and secondary state schools within the city, and a number of prestigious private schools in the surrounding areas.

In terms of amenities, you’re spoiled for choice in Lichfield. The cafe culture is strong, providing visitors and residents with plenty of choice between high street chains and independent favourites for their coffee.

Lichfield city itself is smaller than many of the neighbouring towns, but retains its city status thanks to its unique medieval 3 spired cathedral. Built between the 13th and 14th centuries this is the only cathedral of its kind in the UK, and attracted visitors from far and wide. The city’s other main claim to fame is that Lichfield is the birth place of Samuel Johnson, who crafted what is considered to be the original English dictionary. The effect of standardising English was unprecedented, smoothing out communication issues across the nation, as well as helping implement a national standard of reading and writing. Until the Oxford Dictionary’s publication 150 years after this, Johnson’s work was regarded as the pre-eminent British dictionary. His house still stands in the city centre, and now functions as a museum to his legacy.

The importance of history is appreciated in Lichfield, with the National Memorial Arboretum sitting just outside of the city. With regular events and The Ride To The Wall each year, this is an area which appreciates all that has come before us. In 2015 over 7000 motorcylcles from across the country to pay homage to all of those who have laid down their lives for the armed services.

With all of these perks and all of this culture, it’s easy to see why property values in this idyllic location have increased by almost 40% over the last 5 years. Studios can be found for as little as £85,000, 2 bedroomed apartments for just £90,000 spacious 3 bedroomed terraces for £160,000. From there, prices steadily increase until they reach the £750k mark, at which point you can find fantastically presented 5 bedroomed detached properties.

For more information about Lichfield and why it could it could be the right place for you, get in touch with Hunters today. We can’t wait to show you some of the best properties in the area, because when you’re ready to move, Hunters gets moving.

Contact Lichfield

7 Bore Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6LJ

Mon - Fri: 9:15am - 5:30pm, Sat: 9am - 5pm, Sun: 11am - 2pm


Sales : 01543 419000

Sales

Lettings : 01543 418500

Lettings


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