Hunters Estate Agents Hereford
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Hereford Estate Agent
Sell or buy property with Hunters
Our team has been working in Hereford for over 25 years, giving us all the local knowledge and experience you need to sell your house sale efficiently.
Whatever your property type, we can help both within Hereford and the surrounding areas. Our service is based on effective communication coupled with the latest technology to ensure that your property listing reaches the widest interested audience.
Call us now to talk about your property needs and to book your free 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
Why choose Hunters Hereford
You come first
We deliver an outstanding service for all our customers, and we make sure that you receive all the information and guidance you need to make informed decisions about your property sale.
Updates that work for you
We know that you need to know exactly what’s happening with your house sale, so we’ve got a customer portal you can access 24/7. The My Hunters portal holds all the information about your property, including upcoming viewings, feedback from viewings, notes from your agent, and a log of all offers received. You can access it any time to keep up to date as things progress with your house sale.
Local knowledge of Hereford
All of our team members live in Hereford or within just a few miles of the city. Having worked here for over 25 years, we know the local property market better than anyone. Benefit from our local knowledge to achieve a smooth, stress-free sale of your property.
Effective marketing of your property
Our team of experts build exceptional property listings using professional photography, videography and floor plans. This listing is then sent directly to potential buyers who we know are looking to purchase a property just like yours.
We also advertise your property on the most popular property websites, including Rightmove, Zoopla, Prime Location and OnTheMarket. All this means you reach a lot of potential buyers with an eye-catching property listing for more viewings.
Why live in Hereford?
Hereford is a gorgeous cathedral city, close to the border of Wales. There’s a deep history to the city, with buildings dating as far back as the seventh century. However, it also moves with the times with plenty for residents of all ages to enjoy.
The city has excellent road links, making London and Manchester accessible in under three hours, and Cardiff, Birmingham and Bristol are all just an hour’s drive away. Hereford train station is located just north of the city centre and has services to parts of Wales, Herefordshire and Manchester. There are also services to Worcester, which gives residents access to connecting services to Oxford, London and Birmingham.
The cobbled Church Street and East Street are both home to independent stores, while High Town and the Old Market host many of the national brands you’d expect to find in a city centre.
Hereford is well-known for its excellent beef and cider, and many of the local eateries celebrate this alongside local, seasonal produce. Traditional pubs are popular here, particularly in the gorgeous countryside settings found outside the city centre.
The Black Mountains and Welsh Hills provide a stunning backdrop to the area, and the Malvern Hills are also nearby, all offering plenty of walking or cycling routes.
There are many beautiful market towns around Herefordshire, many of which have lovely independent stores and galleries to discover.
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Hereford is a cathedral city that sits on the River Wye, close to the border of Wales. It’s a city with a rich history, shown in its buildings, some of which are from the seventh century. The stunning Hereford Cathedral dates back to 1079 and is a prominent feature of the city. However, Hereford also has a contemporary character with much to explore and enjoy.
The city has excellent road links, making London and Manchester accessible in under three hours, and Cardiff, Birmingham and Bristol are all just an hour’s drive away. Hereford train station is north of the city centre and has services to parts of Wales, Herefordshire and Manchester. There are also services to Worcester, which connect to Oxford, London and Birmingham.
Schools in the area are very good, at both primary and secondary levels, with many state and private schools achieving outstanding Ofsted ratings. Hereford Cathedral School is one of the oldest in the country and educates children from three years old up to 18 and has a nationwide reputation for excelling in music and sports.
Further education institutions include Hereford College of Arts, Herefordshire College of Technology (which includes the National School of Blacksmithing), and the recently opened NMITE, which is the New Model Institute for Technology and Engineering. The University of Worcester is also nearby (approximately 25 miles away).
The Independent Quarter of Hereford is on Church Street and East Street, which are both gorgeous cobbled areas. There’s a great selection of stores, including fashion boutiques, The Mouse Trap Cheese Shop, The Little Deli and Timothy Hawkins Gallery. The city also has many national chains, and Old Market (built on the site of the old livestock market) has shops like Waitrose, River Island, L’Occitane, Joules and many other big-name brands.
Locals have access to plenty of exciting, quality food and drink throughout Hereford, and the city is well known for its excellent cider. There are plenty of gastropubs celebrating seasonal food in rural settings, such as The Loughpool, a black and white timbered cottage. Enjoy fantastic city centre restaurants, such as The Bookshop, serving British Cuisine, Ponte Vecchio, serving Italian food, and Simply Thai Kitchen, among many more.
The livestock market is just outside Hereford on Roman Road, featuring regular auctions of the region’s famous livestock. Hereford is also renowned for its cider and has the Museum of Cider to preserve the history of cider making.
Healthcare is good here with Hereford County Hospital in the city centre, and plenty of GP practices and dental surgeries are available locally.
Herefordshire is a beautiful rural county set against the backdrop of the Black Mountains and Welsh Hills. The Malvern Hills are nearby, providing plenty of places for walkers to explore, and Hergest Ridge sweeps north towards the Shropshire borders with spectacular views.
Herefordshire has several bustling market towns with plenty of independent shops and galleries to explore. These include Ledbury, Leominster, Bromyard, Kington and Ross-on-Wye. There are also many attractive villages in the area, such as Fownhope, Weobley, Eardisland, Kingsland, Pembridge, Leintwardine, Wigmore, Pembridge, Dilwyn, Elyas Harold, Bodenham and Michaelchurch Escley to name but a few.