Our Sawtry branch is rated as "Excellent" in the #BestEstateAgentGuide 2018!
That’s further to detailed analysis supported by Rightmove and the Property Academy and places our Sawtry office in the top 10% of over 25,000 estate agent offices in the whole country which was assessed on the basis of sales performance and mystery shopping.
The village of Sawtry is located midway between Huntingdon and Peterborough, with good access to the A1 trunk road.
The current population of Sawtry is between 5,500 and 6,000 people, a large proportion of whom work outside the village, some commuting to London because of the direct rail line from nearby Huntingdon to Kings Cross.
The village has a shopping precinct with a hairdresser, newsagents, mini-markets and the local Chinese take-away/fish and chip shop as well as a Co-op supermarket nearby. Education is well covered by infant and junior schools, and Sawtry Village Academy which teaches up to and including A level students. An indoor swimming pool is located in the Sports Centre within the academy grounds. Health services are offered via a dental practise and doctor surgery.
For those who do not drive there is an hourly bus service from the village to both Huntingdon and Peterborough.
Thomas Morris have been successfully selling and letting property in and around Sawtry for many years, having opened an estate agent office there in 1998. Thomas Morris Managing Director Russell Sansby said "The team here really do know what they're doing when it comes to selling property - they are experts on Sawtry and the surrounding areas. That's why they are so successful." Testament to this are the numerous excellent customer reviews at allagents.co.uk, the UK's largest customer review website for the property industry, where the branch is ranked as the best estate agent in the Sawtry area.
“Matt did a really great job throughout a tricky process. There were some difficulties along the way, but Matt was always available when needed, pro-active, kind, and always cheerful. He was ready with suggestions and ideas when we were stumped, but he didn't ever pressure us, giving us information and allowing us time to think. Some...”