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Oldham Estate Agent
Sell, let or buy property with Hunters
Our expert team knows the property market in Oldham extremely well.
We have the knowledge and experience to make selling, letting or buying a property here an easy and stress-free experience for you.
Get in touch today to book your free property valuation.
- 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 Oldham?
You never have to chase us
You want to be fully informed about what’s happening when selling or renting your property. That’s why we have the My Hunters portal, and it’s accessible 24/7. Log in to see all the information about your property sale or let. Find out how many viewings are coming up, read feedback from viewings, and see how the paperwork is progressing.
We accompany all viewings
Some people don’t feel comfortable showing others around their home and we understand that. Our professional agents are there for each and every viewing of your property. We get to know your property and its assets really well and ensure that we get full feedback from each and every viewing so that you’re fully informed.
Marketing with modern tools
We use the best methods and tools to get your property listing seen by the right people looking for a home just like yours.
We post your property ad on all the popular websites including Rightmove, Zoopla and Prime Location, as well as our own website. We also promote it on social media channels like Facebook and Twitter, using targeted adverts to make sure it gets seen by the right people.
The best lettings service
Our experienced team supports landlords through the whole lettings process and are here to answer any questions you have. We create a lettings package that works for you, whether it’s a tenant find only service or a fully managed let.
Not sure what’s right for you? Speak to our team who will be happy to help.
No sale, no fee
Until we sell or let your property, you don’t pay us a thing.
Why live in Oldham?
Oldham is a large town that’s surrounded by beautiful countryside in Greater Manchester.
The Metrolink makes commuting into Manchester, Rochdale or East Didsbury extremely easy. Bus services are also good here, with buses running every 10 minutes into central Manchester. Oldham is a short drive from the M60 and M62, making travel further afield an easy option by car too. Locals can get to Manchester Airport in just 30 minutes to travel abroad for work, or for an exciting holiday in the sun.
There are plenty of good primary and secondary schools in Oldham, and there are sixth forms available, as well as Oldham College. The college has a great range of subjects, courses and apprenticeships to choose from.
The town centre has plenty of shopping facilities available. The Spindles Town Square Shopping Centre has a great range of well-known brands and is located right in the centre of town. The bustling Tommyfield Market has around 300 stalls selling everything you can imagine, including delicious fresh food. The town also has an exciting range of independent stores selling clothing, shoes, and home furnishing.
Head out for coffee and cake at one of the many cafes, or make the most of the traditional pubs that are found throughout the town and surrounding countryside. There’s also a great selection of restaurants in Oldham, providing different types of food including Mediterranean, Indian and traditional British.
The Town Hall was built in 1841 and it’s where Winston Churchill had his first seat as an MP in 1900. It’s now been redeveloped and houses a large cinema complex. There’s plenty to do in Oldham, such as visit Gallery Oldham with its changing exhibitions and events, or catch a show at the Old Coliseum Theatre.
Oldham is surrounded by gorgeous countryside so it’s easy to get away at the weekends to enjoy some fresh air. There are four Countryside Centres nearby that have facilities (two have cafes) as well as things to do, and information about where to go.
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Oldham is a large town in Greater Manchester. It’s surrounded by stunning countryside and is located on the edge of the Pennines.
The Metrolink connects Oldham to central Manchester, Rochdale and East Didsbury, making this a great base for commuters. There are also bus services running between Manchester and Oldham every 10 minutes. Oldham town centre is only a 10-minute drive from both the M60 (junction 22) and the M62 (junction 20), making it easy to travel further afield by car. Manchester Airport is 30 minutes’ drive from Oldham, for air travel around the UK and internationally.
Education is well provided for, with many primary schools and a good amount of secondary schools throughout the area too. Further education options include several sixth forms as well as Oldham College, which has a good choice of courses and apprenticeships across a variety of subjects.
Oldham is a fantastic place for shopping, with a great selection of stores and boutiques providing something for all tastes. The Spindles Town Square Shopping Centre is right in the centre of town and has a great range of high street names selling everything from clothing to toys. Tommyfield Market is a bustling traditional market with over 300 stalls, and Oldham’s street markets run every Friday and Saturday providing an eclectic choice of fun stalls. Oldham has a great selection of high-quality independent shops too, including clothing, footwear, beauty products and home furnishing stores.
Oldham has it all when it comes to food and drink. There’s a great mix of cafes serving a range of delicious teas, coffees, cakes and lunches. Try Café 22 Oldham for a full English breakfast, homemade soup, or coffee and cake, all made using fresh ingredients.
The town centre is brimming with traditional pubs serving up hearty food and great ales, and there are even more to find in the surrounding countryside. The Old Original Inn dates back to the 18th century and has stunning views of the countryside, and it’s just a short drive from the centre of Oldham.
There’s a good range of restaurants in Oldham serving a variety of cuisines including Indian, Mediterranean and traditional British fare. The Smoke Yard in Parliament Square is relaxed but stylish and serves amazing skewers and steaks with an exciting drinks list too.
Royal Oldham hospital is a large NHS hospital that opened in 1989 to treat the local population.
The Old Town Hall was built in 1841 and has been redeveloped to become home to a seven-screen Odeon cinema. This town hall is where Winston Churchill had his first seat as an MP in 1900.
Gallery Oldham has a range of exhibitions across its four galleries and provides something for people of all ages. It’s free to visit and there are often workshops and talks too. Oldham Coliseum Theatre has been in the town for years and puts on productions throughout the year. It’s been renovated recently to improve the seating and front of house facilities. The stage here has hosted amazing performers across the years, including Charlie Chaplin, Ralph Fiennes and Minnie Driver.
Oldham is surrounded by the beautiful countryside that’s definitely worth exploring. There are four Countryside Centres that have facilities, and provide guides and information about what you can do in the nearby areas.