Hunter French Corsham
Corsham is a historical market town in the west of Wiltshire and is famed for its beautiful buildings and traditional village style with an array of delightful independent shops. The neighbouring villages have been the locations for television programs and films including Harry Potter and the Lark Rise to Candleford series. Its diverse architecture and beautiful scenery make it the ideal location for living.
Director Jacob Heatley - Adams comments:
'With an incredibly welcoming and friendly atmosphere, whether you are watching a game of cricket on the green, relaxing at a Yoga class at The Pound, dropping the children off at one of the towns highly reputable schools or just enjoying an evening drink in the local pub, Corsham is perfect for all walks of life.'
The office was opened in 2007 and has been the market leader for the past 4 years. Jacob reveals the secret to his success:
'We are a small independent company who put the needs of our clients first. All of our time is devoted to selling the most valuable asset in people's lives; their home. We offer a tailor made service to suit our clients; weekly updates on the progress and marketing of the home, quality particulars and free professional photography and we provide weekly advertising in the Bath Chronicle. We are a small but enthusiastic and professional team with exceptional local knowledge, who bring something different to the meaning of 'estate agents.'
Hunter French was formed in 2005 by Stephen Hunter and Karen Dumine, both of whom had been working in corporate estate agency since 1996 and 1998 respectively.
Due to the success of the business, Corsham opened in 2007 with co-directors Jacob Heatley-Adams and John Robinson. The company has rapidly grown over the years with the opening of the Devizes and Frome Offices.
If you're looking to sell your property or find a new home then call Jacob, Sophie, Lauren and Stephen today. Their dedication really does make a difference.