The Newark branch was set up by Managing Director, Neil Sime, in 2001. The branch has since grown and moved into larger premises. Situated on one of the town’s main pedestrian thoroughfares, the branch offers a range of services including residential sales and in-house mortgage advice.
The branch offers a professional, experienced sales team where customer service is at the heart of everything. Their professionalism has paid off, achieving the in-house award for Most Successful Sales Office two years running in 2013 and 2014, as well as being Newark’s current top selling agent.
“Providing customers with outstanding customer service is our top priority and always will be”
Neil Sime, Managing Director
Braemer Road, Collingham
Guide price £145,000
GUIDE PRICE £145,000 TO £150,000 (Internal Photos To Follow) -- Located within the extremely popular and well served village of Collingham is this semi detached home offering fantastic potential with...
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Newark is a traditional market town that benefits from an excellent location, situated between the cities of Nottingham and Lincoln – ideal for commuters and shoppers alike. The town is full of character with its bustling traditional cobbled market square and ruins of Newark castle that date back to 1123.
Newark boasts a wealth of successful independent shops and boutiques, as well as a wide range of national chains including Marks and Spencer’s. The town also offers an array of restaurants and cafes, a theatre and a multi-screen cinema. Newark is also a hub for antique enthusiasts, with its various antique shops and regular antique fairs held at the nearby Newark Showground.
Newark benefits from excellent road and rail links. East coast Main line offers commuters and shoppers easy access to London, just over an hour’s commute away, and Midland Main Line offers direct links to Lincoln and Grimsby in the east and Nottingham and Leicester to the west.
The A1 is easily accessed from the outskirts of the town, allowing an easy route to London and various Northern cities, including Doncaster and Leeds. The A46 also cuts through the town, offering easy access to Nottingham and Lincoln.
Buying and Selling Property in Newark
Property in Newark varies greatly, offering something for all tastes and budgets. The town has many popular modern estates and bungalows on the outside of town, as well as character properties of varying ages, including Victorian terraces and 18th century properties in the Mill Gate conservation area.