Up Estates has an excellent track record in selling houses in Kenilworth, Leamington Spa and Warwick and our presence and reputation as a Warwickshire estate agent is growing fast. We currently have many houses for sale and rent in Kenilworth, Leamington Spa, Warwick and other local towns and villages.
With people no longer visiting high streets in order to find their next home but instead looking online, we have streamlined our structure in order to provide the highest levels of service at a fraction of the cost of other agents. Therefore, at Up Estates we operate from regional offices which cover a wider area, meaning less overheads and more staff working in each location. As a result we offer a low fixed fee and a higher level of service than you would get from any other Warwickshire estate agents.
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Below are some of the Up Estates team that cover the Kenilworth, Leamington Spa & Warwick area.
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There are many things that set Up Estates apart from other estate agents. Below are some points that clearly show that we not only provide the highest level of service, but with our unique set up, sell more properties with more support than other estate agents.
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We spend the time to ensure that your individual property is presented and marketed in the best possible way by creating market leading property particulars that include high quality photography, floor plans and detailed property descriptions. We then gain maximum exposure to your property through marketing it on the major property portals, introducing it to our large list of active buyers and through the use of our for sale boards. Click here for more information.
Kenilworth is a town and civil parish in Warwickshire which is famous for its extensive Kenilworth Castle ruins, which held exquisite visits with royalty, such as Elizabeth I, who came several times to see the 1st Earl of Leicester. Kenilworth also features Abbey ruins which is now a beautiful park known as Abbey fields as well as having St Nicholas Parish church and finally the Kenilworth clock. The Victorian era saw a large expansion of the town to the west of Abbey fields and around Warwick road. Kenilworth now has fantastic transport links with Coventry, Birmingham and Leamington Spa close by whilst also having the M6, M40 and M42 within 10 miles.
Leamington Spa is a beautiful spa town that expanded after the popularisation of the medicinal qualities of the water. The town centre has the attraction of its elegant regency architecture and the Royal pump rooms and baths. The Georgian town houses were built to accommodate the wealthy and famous visitors of this spa resort. The town formerly known as ‘Leamington Priors’ was renamed to ‘Royal Leamington Spa’ in 1838 by Queen Victoria after the towns growth in popularity. The town developed at the start of the 19th century but towards the end of the 19th century spa towns declined in popularity, so the wealthy residents led the development of the shopping centre on the main street in town called the ‘Parade’.
Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire which lies upon the River Avon. Warwick is filled with extensive history which dates back to the 6th century. Its main attraction to the town is Warwick castle which was founded by William the conqueror and built in 1068 as part of the Norman conquest of England. The earldom of Warwick was created in 1088 which controlled the town in the medieval period and built town walls. The Great fire of Warwick in 1694 destroyed much of the medieval town, therefore, most of the buildings in the town centre are of the late 17th century and early 18th century origin, although several of the medieval timber-framed buildings survived. The historic town now has direct transport links to London, Leamington Spa, Stratford-upon-Avon and Birmingham.