Palmer Snell was established in 1811 and is now one of the largest estate agency groups in the South and Southwest of England, with over 50 offices in Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Hampshire and Wiltshire.
We offer a comprehensive and friendly service to our clients that combines the use of high technology with the personal touch. Our branches are computer networked with all properties available from every office, together with automatic uploads to our own website (www.palmersnell.co.uk) and to all the major property portals. Our offices are open 6 days a week and all advertise extensively in their local newspapers, as well as the national press and we attend various national shows and exhibitions. We pride ourselves on making personal contact with buyers and sellers, so fulfilling our pledge to provide 'a better service by far'.
Established 1811, we have one of the regions largest networks of specialist Letting Centres with dedicated staff. We are bonded members of the Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) and have offices covering Somerset, Dorset, East Devon & West Hampshire, including Bristol, Bath & Bournemouth.
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Wells is well known as England's smallest City, dominated by the Cathedral and has a historic town centre, featuring properties with a wealth of architectural styles. The town is situated in mid Somerset at the foot of the Mendip Hills and is surrounded by picturesque and hilly countryside. The office covers the City together with the surrounding villages up to a 10 miles radius.
There are many local attractions, including Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge and the lakes at Chew Valley. There is a mainline railway station at Castle Cary with an inter-city link to London and an international airport at Bristol.
Within the City there are many old properties as well as modern developments, whilst the villages have a good mix of traditional houses and cottages, many of which benefit from rural views.