Our estate agents in Bangor is centrally positioned on the high street in a bright and appealing office with large, double-fronted windows. The wide range of bilingual services offered includes estate agency sales, lettings, a lettings property management centre and financial services.
Why Choose Beresford Adams?
The office benefits from handling a broad range of properties – from £1,000,000-plus waterfront properties with direct water access to £70,000 first-time-buyer properties in the villages on the periphery of Bangor. The area is attracting many large developers – including Redrow, Anwyl and Watkin Jones – who are building and selling hundreds of new homes. The active residential property scene features a strong second-home market. Our approach is: ‘Grow Our Business by Exceeding Customer Expectations’ – and we strive to fulfil this promise with everything we do. Look no further for estate agents in Bangor.
Local Information about Bangor
The oldest city in Wales, Bangor has a large university, a hospital and many good schools. The area enjoys access to North Wales’ attractions – like famous Snowdonia National Park, which hosts the largest zip wire in the Northern Hemisphere. You can get to the Menai Strait via the marina in Y Felinheli, and are a short drive to Anglesey’s stunning beaches. Bangor links easily to the A55 road network.
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