Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Penrith

Overview

We have been selling and letting homes in Penrith and the North Lakes area for many years under the branding of our old Cumberland Estate Agents name.  In 2019 we became a part of the Hunters Network and we are fully committed to providing sellers, buyers, and the home rental sector with an excellent level of service.

In order to better meet the needs of our local customers our Managing Director, Graeme MacLeod became the franchise owner that oversees Hunters Cumbria. He has over 20 years’ experience in the industry and has worked all throughout the North of England for some of the UK’s largest estate agencies at senior level.

Services

Hunters Penrith specialise in residential sales, lettings, and property management within Penrith and surrounding areas.

Hunters Estate Agents are pioneers in the industry for their innovative ways of delivering agency services in the internet age with our business practice organised around the modern customer. We bring our estate agency services into our customers’ homes with our local valuers and accompanied viewers,  we then handle all your buyer and tenant enquiries, offers, and negotiations from our dedicated Central Hub, where we have over 25 negotiators working on your behalf, located in Carlisle. Our Carlisle customer service team is available until 8pm on weekdays and 4pm at weekends. All enquiries can be dealt with quickly and efficiently under the guidance of our experienced sales managers who ensure we get the best price and value for your sale or let.

By utilising the extended staff team’s skills through The Hub, we can maintain our high standards of personal service in branch.

Our Customer Service Team

In terms of handling buyer and tenant enquiries, progressing sales, and negotiating offers, we do this centrally using our sales hub with one of the biggest estate agency teams in the region. Our phone lines are open 9am to 8pm on weekdays and until 4pm at the weekend. No agent works harder for your sale or let.


This Office is a Member of Client Money Protection Scheme; ARLA, C0132650


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VAT Reg No: 334 0087 32 | Registered No: 12158581 | Registered Office: Unit G (a), Clifford Court, Cooper Way, Parkhouse, Carlisle, England, CA3 0JG. 
A Hunters franchise owned and operated under licence by Graeme MacLeod Property Ltd.

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Meet the team

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    Jill Dobie

    Sales Manager

    Jill Dobie is the Sales Manager for Hunters Penrith and heads our large team of negotiators based in the Central Hub. Jill has several years of senior estate agency experience in sales, valuations, and lettings. Jill knows what it takes to get a successful sale completed and is always on hand to offer extra assurance and guidance to customers (and branch staff) when house chains get tough and deals need untangling. In her free time, Jill enjoys spending time socially with her family and friends.

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    Marie Callow

    Lettings Manager

    Marie (MARLA & MAPIP) manages all thing lettings for Hunters locally and is based in the Central Hub. Marie and her team ensure that our landlords are up to date with their obligations regarding legislation to remain compliant with the law. Marie is committed to providing the very best in customer service and works hard to meet the needs of our landlords and tenants. Marie is fully qualified in lettings and property management in England and Scotland and holds the qualification for inventory preparation awarded by Propertymark.

Local area guide

History

Penrith is a thriving and popular market town in the beautiful Eden Valley. The local area is steeped in history and has the imposing 14th century Penrith Castle as its most breath-taking landmark. Ancient monuments dating back to the Neolithic period can be found in the surrounding areas, and the Romans built fort Brocavum two miles south of Penrith and fort Voreda five miles north during their occupation of Cumbria around 70AD. Control of Penrith was passed to Scottish and English kingdoms during periods of conflict with Scotland, but now remains firmly and securely placed as one of the best places in Cumbria. To the north of the town lies Beacon Hill with the beacon monument pinpointing a sublime location to take in the far-reaching panoramic views of the surrounding area.

Much of the older housing in Penrith is constructed from the local sandstone which is a rich red colour rather than the more usual sand colour- locally the town is nicknamed ‘Old Red Town’. The range of property types available in modern day Penrith really does offer something for all tastes and budgets. The town has impressive large Victorian, and imposing Georgian terraced townhouses, and newer semidetached and detached properties on the outskirts of the town. Carleton and Beacon Edge are popular locations for families as they are close to good state primary schools, Hunter Hall independent primary school and has easy access to the amenities in town. The Penrith area also has a range of secondary schools in the independent, state, and special needs sectors.

The Town

The town lies within the Eden Valley; close to The Lake District National Park and the Pennines. Although Penrith is a traditional market town, it has good access (about 1 mile) to the M6 motorway making commuting to larger towns easy, (around 20 miles to Carlisle); the proximity of the motorway also means that heavy traffic does not impact on the local areas and congest the local trunk roads.

Amenities 

The cobbled lanes of the town centre hold a comprehensive range of boutique cafes, pubs, and independent restaurants offering a wide choice of cuisines and refreshments. Penrith is something of a local agricultural hub which enables local growers and producers to sell their produce and artisan foods direct to the public through small, specialist food emporiums. Penrith Farmers’ Market is held once a month (from March to December) to supply the town with handmade crafts, culinary specialties, and fresh seasonal produce. The town also has a varied selection of independent shops and larger national high street brands to cover all your requirements.

Penrith has a well-stocked public library, a community hospital with an urgent treatment centre that is open 24 hrs a day and runs specialist clinics, a choice of medical practices, a fire station, and a good leisure centre with a pool, gym, sports hall, and soft play area for the younger customers.

Surrounding Areas

Castletown area to the west of the railway line has a mixture of older terraced housing and newer housing developments offering a range of property styles and prices, our Hunters Penrith area includes the Roundthorn, Redhill, Carleton, and Pategill areas of the town and beyond to the outlying areas of Stainton and Newbiggin to the west, Southwaite and Cotehill to the north, Kirkland to the east and Appleby in Westmoreland to the south.

Graeme MacLeod - Franchise Partner

Contact Penrith

Penrith @ Unit G (a) Clifford Court, Cooper Way, Carlisle, CA3 0JG

Lines Open: Mon - Fri: 9am - 8pm, Sat - Sun: until 4pm


Sales : 01768 899090

Sales

Lettings : 01768 899090

Lettings


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