1 Market Square
We are rated in the TOP 100 estate agent branches in the whole country according to the #BestEstateGuide 2018 supported by Rightmove and the Property Academy! That's after a detailed analysis of over 25,000 estate agency offices which include criteria measuring sales performance and mystery shopping. According to the guide, we are officially the most highly rated estate agent in the whole Biggleswade area.
Biggleswade is an up and coming market town located on the river Ivel in Bedfordshire with an approximate population of 14,500. On a practical front, the town provides a mainline railway station offering services to a number of major destinations including Kings Cross in just 38 minutes. This makes the town an ideal place to set up home whilst working in London. Access to larger towns, such as Bedford, Stevenage and Hitchin is provided by the A1 and all are within a 20 minute drive. The historical city of Cambridge lies to the east of the region, 23 miles away.
The town itself provides a variety of shops and pubs and a local market every Saturday. Also there are a variety of good lower, middle and upper schools to suit all levels of education. There is a very comprehensive leisure centre which was opened in 1998 and one of its many features is a swimming pool. Property in the area ranges from Victorian terraces through to brand new properties built by major developers.
Thomas Morris Sales and Lettings in Biggleswade occupy a prominent position close to the Market Square, and in conjunction with the St Neots office, won the accolade of Best Estate Agent in East Anglia from the Guild of Property Professionals 2016.
Monday: 8:30 – 18:00
Tuesday: 8:30 – 18:00
Wednesday: 8:30 – 18:00
Thursday: 8:30 – 18:00
Friday: 8:30 – 17:00
Saturday: 9:00 – 17:00
“The decision to sell our home and move abroad was very difficult for us and I can't express our gratitude to Joe, Simon and the rest of the wonderful team for making it as smooth as possible for us. I can genuinely say that Joe has gone above and beyond our expectations, even with time differences and workmen in and out of the house, ...”