Reid & Roberts office is situated in the main thoroughfare of Estate Agents in the centre of Mold. Mold being the largest historical market town in the County of Flintshire and has a proud history. The medieval church of St Mary’s is the centre piece to the town. The beautiful Clwyd Hills to the west of the town are ever popular with walkers and is located on the northern section of the Offa’s Dyke Path, the long distance walk that leads from Prestatyn to Chepstow in the south of Wales.
Today Mold is in easy reach of the many tourist destinations throughout North Wales which boasts a vast variety of restaurants, shopping and cultural activities, in particular the popular Clwyd Theatre Cymru overlooking the lyn valley. The theatre building also houses a restaurant and cinema.
The town centre is busy with activity during the traditional Wednesdays and Saturday street markets. The livestock market is held adjacent to the town centre on Monday and Friday each week. On the first Saturday of each month, Mold Farmers’ Market sells fresh local produce direct to customers from the St Mary’s Church Hall. In contrast Mold has a variety of main supermarket chains and stores.
Mold has a selection of established successful English and Welsh speaking schools both at Primary and Secondary level, including a catholic primary school with transport to Catholic Secondary School in neighbouring town of Flint. Extensive public sports facilities can be found at the Mold Sports Centre with the addition of a bowling green, cricket club, rugby club, tennis courts and astro turf flood lit football ground.
Mold is situated off the main A55 express way providing excellent transport links to major motorways and easy access to neighbouring towns, including Chester CityCentre and the North West.