Bairstow Eves Countrywide has over 40 sales offices covering Essex, Hertfordshire, North, North West and East London.
There is so much you need to know before deciding to sell your home which is why Bairstow Eves staff are professionally trained to give you all the information you need when they visit your home to discuss selling.
Our long standing success in Estate Agency is a tribute to the hard work and professionalism we have always brought to our clients property business. We have earned a reputation for getting results as well as the satisfaction and recommendation of generations of home buyers and sellers.
If you are interested in Career Opportunities with us look for Bairstow Eves London Central on www.countrywidejobs.com
Bairstow eves' success as Estate Agents can be traced back to 1899 when Mr. Charles Eve opened his first office in Goodmayes, Essex, just on the outskirts of London.
100 years later the Bairstow eve’s operation extends to 240 offices all over the U.K. and it's still growing. The expansion has been fuelled by a potent mixture of hard work and professionalism that has consistently produced results, as well as satisfaction, for our growing client base.
Helped by modern technology, such as the Internet, the interaction between our branches gives us a huge advantage over the smaller agents and enables us to offer clients a much wider and better sales coverage, which in turn attracts more potential buyers and better offers.
Within the M25 alone we have over 80 computer linked offices, 40 of which are across east London and Essex, We have regular group advertising in the London Evening Standard and we circulate over 4,000 full colour magazines to potential buyers on all the offices mailing lists.
Whether you are buying or selling you are welcome to share our success.
The Bairstow Eves Walthamstow office is professionally managed by Nick Nicholson and his experienced members of staff.
The office is situated within minutes of Walthamstow Central Station which offers a 15 minute journey time to the City and London’s West End. The High Street offers a wide range of shopping facilities including one of the longest daily street markets in Europe. There is also Selbourne Walk shopping centre which has plenty of tempting shops for all discerning shoppers.
Walthamstow is steeped in history and boasts among its local heros such men as William Morris and Alfred Hitchcock. William Morris, the well know artist, was born in 1834 and his life works can be admired in the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow. The Vestry House Museum is full of local historical exhibits including the first British petrol engine car designed and built by the local engineer Bremer in 1895.
Waltham Forest has over 400 acres of the greenest parks and open spaces including the most attractive Lloyds Park which has a wide variety of wild birds, an aviary and synthetic bowling green. There are good junior and secondary schools and Waltham Forest College all close to hand. In Markhouse Road you will find Walthamstow’s Kelmscott Leisure Centre an award winning sports complex catering for your sporting and fitness needs.
Walthamstow boasts many forms of travel both locally and into the city via the A406, which also offers a direct link to the M11 and M25 giving access to the airports of Stanstead, Heathrow and Gatwick.
If you are interested in career opportunities with us look for Bairstow eves London Central on: www.countrywidejobs.com