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eSale are setting new standards for estate agents in Sheffield. 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 house. Take a look at our 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.

Whether you live in Nether Edge, Darnall, Broomhill, Woodhouse or all points in between, esale cover the whole of Sheffield 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.


Driving on the M1, you can see the famous Meadowhall Shopping Centre and, in the distance, high-rise buildings clustered on hillsides. At night, the orange glow of the street lights gives a better impression of the city’s size. And so it should. After all, Sheffield is one of the eight largest metropolitan areas in the UK and, by population, the third largest city in England. Home to two well-supported football league clubs, renowned around the world for silver, steel and cutlery, with a proud mining heritage and within easy reach of both the South Pennines and Peak District National Park there’s also a lot to like about a place where “duck” is a term of endearment. Indeed, over half a million people live somewhere on the banks of the Rivers Don, Loxley, Sheaf and Rivelin and it’s a community proud of its cosmopolitan nature and tradition of hospitality. The city welcomed the world to the Student Games in 1991 – inspiring perhaps one of its most famous daughters Jessica Ennis-Hill – and is home to two universities, attracting thousands of students from both home and abroad. But its reputation for resilience comes not just from the steel foundries. Sheffield has had its fair share of tragedy and challenge. More than 200 died in the Great Sheffield Flood when a dam collapse sent a torrent of water raging through the city in 1864, the city was bombed mercilessly by the Luftwaffe during the Second World War while the decline in mining put thousands out of work. Run-down, back-to-back terraced housing built for mill workers prompted George Orwell to suggest it deserved the title of “ugliest town in the Old World” in 1937. But regeneration since the 1940s has revitalised Sheffield. Today, it boasts more trees per resident than any other town in Europe, its home to the Ponds Forge Sports Complex, a rejuvenated railway station and one of the UK’s few city-centre tram networks. The film The Full Monty also helped to showcase the city in a gentler light while the World Snooker Championships at the Crucible Theatre keep Sheffield in the international eye. With the M1 and M18 in close proximity, travel by road is relatively simple with the North Midlands and the Leeds Bradford conurbations no more than an hour or so away. Rail links are regular with London just two hours away on the fastest trains while Robin Hood Airport connects the region with both European and international destinations. The city offers a wide range of property, with the south side tending to be more expensive. A three-bedroom detached home can fetch upwards of £400k in some of the more affluent post codes but a family-sized semi-detached house can also be found for less than £150k in others. Terraced homes and high-rise flats are also available for those on tighter budgets while Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian properties can be purchased, some divided into apartments and others as more grand accommodation sometimes set in generous gardens. Whatever your requirements, Sheffield can probably deliver. The only decision you may find difficult is, when it comes to football, are you a red or a blue …?

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