Our Northampton town centre office is situated on Bridge Street, the historic home of Northampton estate agents for decades.
This branch covers the more central districts of the town including St James, The Mounts, Semilong, Far Cotton and Delapre, as well as Dallington, Camp Hill, Briar Hill, Hunsbury, Cliftonville, Langlands, Wootton Fields, Wootton village and Little and Great Houghton. As such, our staff are able to offer an extremely wide variety of property in terms of area, type and age. This office should be the first port of call for commuters wanting most convenient access to the town’s railway station, which benefits from mainline services to London Euston and Birmingham New Street.
Our network of ‘satellite’ offices ensure that our sellers are afforded unrivalled countywide exposure.
Northampton is a large market town 67 miles northwest of London. The UKs 3rd largest town without official city status, it used to be the centre of the shoemaking industry and whilst Church's and Tricker's survive, the majority of factories have since been converted into accommodation or offices. The Town Centre has a variety of pubs, bars, restaurants, shops and businesses predominantly located on The Drapery, Abington Street, Gold Street, Market Square or in the Grosvenor Centre. There are also two theatres (Royal & Derngate) and a cinema/leisure complex. Just east of the town centre is the district of Cliftonville, predominantly focused on medical practitioners and the site of the general hospital as well as the privately run St Andrews and Three Shires. In the opposite direction in an area known locally as Castle Hill, the mainline Train Station operates services to both London Euston and Birmingham New Street. For road travel, Northampton has the A45 and A43 ring roads right on its doorstep plus access to three junctions of the M1 (15, 15a & 16).