Overview

Hunters Turner Evans Stevens in Skegness has its origins dating back around 100 years and it has been trading from the current office since 1959.

Being former school premises, the extensive accommodation incorporates a 60 metre frontage with windows that permit every property for sale to be displayed both internally and externally. Within the building is an auction chattels saleroom from where regular monthly sales take place. Having a main road position just 200 metres from the town centre, our office is easily accessible and also provides customer car parking.

Hunters Valuaton button - branch pagesHunters Skegness have a large selection of properties available from holiday chalets and second homes, through the first time buyer range to the higher price bracket and exclusive homes in the sought after residential areas.

For a home on the coast or inland in the villages of the Fens and close to the Wolds, the Hunters Skegness office is able to meet all requirements.

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VAT Reg No: 706 4186 42 | Registered No: 03710262 | Registered Office: 34-36 High Street, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, PE23 5JH. 
A Hunters franchise owned and operated under licence by Turner Evans Stevens Limited. 

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Meet the team

  • Skegness - Roderic Turner TES

    Roderic Turner

    Director

    Our sales department is headed by resident director Roderic Turner, a Chartered Surveyor, born in Skegness and with 34 years experience working from the office giving him an unrivalled knowledge of the local property market.

  • Skegness - Jane Turner

    Jane Turner

    Sales Manager & Valuer

    For over 20 years jane has been valuing property and advising vendors on how to bring their most valuable asset to the market in order to get the maximum interest and the best price possible. Market conditions and supply and demand constantly change so a proactive approach is vital to provide best advice on everything from price to presentation in order to keep your property in the limelight.

  • Skegness - Sharon Barker-Booth

    Sharon Barker-Booth

    Valuer & Negotiator

    Sharon just loves selling houses and helping buyers find their perfect home and will make sure no one misses the special features and benefits your home offers. Successful selling goes way beyond posting properties on websites and waiting to see if anything happens!

  • Skegness - Debbie Marshall

    Debbie Marshall

    Negotiator & Sales Progressor

    One of Debbie’s main roles is to monitor arranged sales and make sure chains are moving and progress is being made. We understand that the longer things take, the more chance there is of something going wrong. If there is a hold up or a problem Debbie will be getting to the bottom of it, helping to push things through and keeping you updated.

  • Skegness - Maggie Polydore

    Maggie Polydore

    Negotiator & Sales Liaison

    Buyers often need help arranging surveys and prices for works to be done, we do all we can to help. We appreciate the time and effort you take to show people your home so Maggie will always follow up to get feedback for you. We can also conduct viewings on your behalf and this can be arranged 7 days a week. No doubt you have seen the Hunters car round and about.

  • Skegness - Claire Willson

    Claire Wilson

    Sales Admin Manager

    Claire keeps us all in order, dots the ‘i’s and crosses the ‘t’s. From the preparation of lovely brochures, arranging floorplans and EPC’s to getting your property to look just right on the internet where this attention to details gets you more ‘views’. And when the sale is agreed , out goes the Sales Memorandum to solicitors and up goes the ‘SOLD’ sign.

  • Skegness - Amber Darmon

    Amber Darmon

    Admin Trainee

    The newest member of the team is also a computer whizz and assists in all things admin – mailing lists, printing and sending out brochures, window displays, archiving etc.

Local area guide

We are passionate about Skegness because it’s a great place to live, whether you are retired, working or bringing up a family.  We have big blue skies, endless fine sandy beaches, nature reserves, and the picturesque Lincolnshire Wolds and historic market towns are all within easy driving distance.

Property prices are very reasonable and we have good train and bus links.  The coastal villages have provided popular for retirement for decades.  For families, schools and colleges rate well and Leisure and Tourism are amongst the major employers, plus new retail and industrial development continues to grow.

Most people have heard of “The Jolly Fisherman”, our famous Clock Tower and of course we still have a wonderful Pier, all dating from Victorian days when coastal holidays started.  Then came Butlins and caravan holidays grew in popularity.  

Entertainment for locals and visitors is now very varied with the Embassy Theatre, Museums, The Lifeboat Station, Natureland plus the Skatepark and a new Aquarium, fishing lakes, two superb golf course (one championship Links course), amusement parks, carnival parades, watersports, the4 SO Festival, Stock Car racing and beach events which include volleyball and motocross bikes etc

The resident population is 19,000 and increasing significantly in the summer months.

Contact Skegness

32 Roman Bank, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2SL

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5:30pm, Sat: 9am - 12:30pm, Sun: Closed


Sales : 01754 766061

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Lettings : 01754 766061

Lettings


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