Are you looking for an estate agent in Middlesbrough?
eSale are setting new standards for estate agents in Middlesbrough. With our low fees, our all inclusive packages and our no nonsense approach to selling property, its easy to see why many home owners are choosing us to sell their property. Take a look at our packages and prices to see how much you could save.
Our online estate agency service includes everything you need to sell your house, from professional photographs and floor plans to comprehensive advertising on all of the major websites including Rightmove, Primelocation and Zoopla. Think of esale as a hybrid estate agent – a cross between the traditional and the new.
Whether you live in Ormesby, Grangetown, South Bank, Teesville or all points in between, esale cover the whole of Middlesbrough and will get your house on the market sooner and save you money.
Ask us for a free online property valuation here for your house or flat and receive a personalised appraisal and suggested marketing price by email.
LET’S MOVE TO … MIDDLESBROUGH
Not many folk will know that the opening scene of Ridley Scott’s famous film Bladerunner was based on Middlesbrough’s ICI works at Wilton.
Fewer still will know that the set for one of the sequels to Alien was also going to be based on the townscape, dominated in Scott’s mind by a tangle of pipes and storage tanks – often drenched in rain.
But to focus just on those aspects of a town which grew from a farm which was home to just 25 people in 1801 is perhaps a little unfair. True, Middlesbrough’s industrial past has been the key to its rapid growth over the last 200 years. It has now become a metropolitan borough with a population of just over 138,000. But it has a lot more to offer than steelworks and chemical plants.
The North York Moors and the North Yorkshire coast are within a half-hour car journey for example. The city is home to a championship football club, an institute of modern art, a museum to its famous son Captain James Cook and, of course, the iconic Tees Transporter Bridge.
Historic architecture may be a little lacking as a result of repeated bombing by the Luftwaffe during the Second World War. But it does mean a more modern town has risen from the ashes and has quite a bit to offer in terms of both employment and entertainment. The Cleveland Centre, for example, is home to many of the UK’s top high street names, you can catch up with the latest Hollywood blockbusters at Cineworld or enjoy a night out with friends at The Empire.
A look round Middlesbrough estate agents or a quick Google search for online estate agents Middlesbrough or estate agents Middlesbrough will also quickly demonstrate that property in the area is comparatively affordable. The north-east always tends to be a cheaper than London and the south-east, of course. But, while £250,000 is barely enough for a bedsit in the capital, it could buy a three-bedroom semi-detached home with a large garden in Acklam, a detached home in Ormesby, or even something off-plan and brand new in Linthorpe.
Whenever the spotlight falls on the north-east then, more often than not, it’s the Tyne which tends to get star billing. But don’t forget the banks of the Tees have just as much to offer – and may even cost you a little less.