Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Stroud
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Stroud Estate Agent
Sell, let or buy property with Hunters
Our knowledge and experience of selling and letting properties in Stroud make us the right choice for you.
Our professional team has the skills and expertise to ensure that your sale or let runs as smoothly as possible.
Book your free valuation with us now to find out how much your property is worth.
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 Stroud?
We’ll get your property seen
Getting your property seen by the right people is the key to finding your buyer or tenant. We advertise in all the right places so that people can discover your property easily.
Using property portals such as Rightmove, OnTheMarket and Zoopla, our listings reach a wide audience. However, we also have a large database of people who are actively looking for properties in Stroud, right now, and we make sure that your listing goes directly to them too.
We keep you up to date
Selling or letting your property can be a stressful and anxious time. That’s why we developed the My Hunters portal for our customers. Log in at any time, night or day, to see exactly what’s happening with your sale or let. Contact the team, check how many viewings you have coming up, and where things are at once you’ve found a buyer or tenant.
Dedicated team for lettings
We have a dedicated accounts and maintenance team for our landlords, ensuring that you and your tenants get everything you need when you need it. Our professional team members work together to make sure that each and every tenancy runs smoothly, and that we’re on hand when you or your tenant needs us.
Flexible marketing packages
From listing your property to preparing for viewings, our team advise you every step of the way.
Choose from professional photography, detailed floor plans, and even videography. We can provide 360° virtual viewings of your property, so interested people can have a full tour of your home without stepping foot inside.
The highest standards
Our years of experience mean we know what our customers need from us, and we deliver every time. We’re proud to provide the highest standard of customer service to make sure that your experience of selling or letting your property with us is the very best that it can be.
Why live in Stroud?
Stroud is a market town in Gloucestershire that has a beautiful backdrop of the Five Valleys.
There are great transport links for commuters. The train services run from the centre of Stroud to nearby towns and cities, and you can reach London in just 90 minutes. The nearby motorways make commuting by car to places like Bristol or Cheltenham a good option too.
Stroud is well known for its independent shops and café culture. There are so many quirky, interesting stores to explore, including a great choice of vintage outlets. The farmers market runs every Saturday and has won many awards, and it’s also been featured on a BBC programme.
There are over 20 cafes in the town and many of these are independents. Enjoy a drink in one of the many traditional pubs, or head out for a meal at one of the several restaurants found in the town.
Education is well provided for with six primary schools and three secondary schools within Stroud. Healthcare is also covered well with many GP practices, a hospital and plenty of dentists.
There are lots of opportunities for long walks within beautiful scenery. The Cotswold Way is a 102-mile long walking route that runs through Stroud, with much to discover along the way.
Stroud enjoys an annual fringe festival on August Bank Holiday weekend every year, with over 400 performers.
Hunters Lettings have a dedicated Accounts and Maintenance department
We are here to support each other to ensure the service provided to you as a Landlord or a Tenant during a tenancy runs smoothly.
For any Account enquiries please contact Jenny on 0117 961 0011 | email@example.com
If you wish to speak to Maintenance please contact Danni or Hannah on 0117 961 6662 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For Administration queries please contact Julie on 0117 961 0011 | email@example.com
See what our customers say about the Hunters Stroud team:
We received a very professional service from Hunters and would highly recommend. It's not often you receive great service now a days, but we did from Hunters. Thank you Barry Mckechnie for your great communication, understanding nature and help. Merry Christmas to you and your great team.Ms S, Stroud
Very happy with the professional, efficient & yet friendly service received from jessica Mills at Hunters. Jess was competent, honest & knowledgeable. She always got back to me quickly, she answered all my questions & if she wasn’t sure of something, she researched & got back to me. I felt very safe in her hands. Well done & thank you Jessica. You made a potentially very stressful experience as straight forward as it could have been. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend you.Ms C, Stroud
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Stroud is a market town in Gloucestershire known for its industrial past, and set before the stunning backdrop of the Five Valleys. There are beautiful villages nearby, including Brimscombe, Chalford, Nailsworth and Painswick.
The M5/M4 motorway links bring Bristol and Cheltenham within commutable distance by car. Stroud’s train station provides regular services to Reading, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon and London, making Stroud a great choice for commuters. The direct service to London Paddington takes only 30 minutes.
The town has six primary schools and two secondary state grammar schools, one for boys and one for girls, as well as Archway School, which is a mixed comprehensive secondary school. Nearby, there are several independent schools, such as Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse, and the prestigious Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College are about 30 minutes away.
Stroud has a reputation for having a great range of independent stores within the town. There are a lot of vintage stores – so many that there’s a vintage shop map to make sure that you don’t miss any out. There are also fantastic independent record shops, jewellery stores, gift and homeware shops.
The weekly farmers market started in Stroud in 1999 and it still takes place every Saturday. It’s won several awards, including the National Farmer’s Market of the Year in both 2007 and 2013, and it’s featured in the BBC programme, The Hairy Bikers' Food Tour of Britain.
The town is well served with lots of supermarkets to choose from including Sainsbury’s, Waitrose & Partners, Iceland and Aldi.
Stroud is well known for its café culture and the town has over 20 cafes and many of these are independents. Stroud is also where what’s said to be the country’s first organic café, Woodruffs, opened in 1998 and it’s still running today.
Stroud Brewery serves up its own beers every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and there are many traditional pubs to visit, including The Golden Fleece and The Bowbridge Lock. Choose from many great restaurants including No.23 Bar & Bistro, The Corner House, and Sorrento Restaurante & Pizzeria.
Healthwise, there are plenty of GP surgeries within Stroud, several pharmacies, lots of dentists, and Stroud General Hospital too.
Stroud has hosted an annual fringe festival for many years and this now takes place on August bank holiday weekend. It covers art and literature, as well as a diverse range of unsigned bands. There are over 400 performers here over the weekend of the festival.
In the heart of the town is The Subscription Rooms providing a variety of entertainment. There’s also the Cotswold Playhouse, which is a small theatre that’s home to the amateur Cotswold Players.
The Cotswold Way runs through Stroud and this 102-mile walking route takes you through picturesque towns, ancient sites and beautiful woodlands. It’s a very popular route with walkers. People also enjoy walking along the Stroudwater Canal, which is currently being restored.
The surrounding Five Valleys are well-known to have many artists and writers living amongst them. Laurie Lee’s Cider with Rosie describes the area well, as the author grew up in one of the valley’s villages.