Thomas Morris Sales & Lettings St Neots branch

4/6 Market Square
St Neots
PE19 2AW

01480 403020

01480 403020

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Meet the team

Andrea Delaney Branch Manager Read profile
Karen Keightley Assistant Branch Manager Read profile
Samuel Neal Senior Property Consultant Read profile
Gail Salour Property Consultant Read profile
Robert Owen Property Consultant Read profile
Vanessa Hancock Branch Administrator Read profile
Lisa Brown Property Consultant Read profile
Cara Holloway Property Consultant Read profile
Sarah Wells-Haggis Property Consultant Read profile
Laura Harbord Property Consultant Read profile
Georgia Miller Property Consultant Read profile
Simon Durose Executive Financial Adviser Read profile

According to the #BestEstateAgentGuide 2018, supported by Rightmove and the Property Academy, our St.Neots branch is rated as "Exceptional". The guide, which includes the results from a detailed analysis of over 25,000 offices, places our St.Neots team in the top 5% of all estate agent branches in the country! The criteria for this rating is based on sales performance and extensive independent mystery shopping.

Thomas Morris Sales & Lettings was established in 1991 in Eaton Ford, a suburb of St Neots. The company has been a leading estate agent in the town ever since and in conjunction with Biggleswade office won the accolade of Best Estate Agent in East Anglia from the Guild of Property Professionals 2016. The team are passionate about what they do and strive to offer the highest levels of customer service to be the best estate agent in St Neots. 

St Neots is the largest town in Cambridgeshire (as distinct from the cities of Cambridge and Peterborough) with a population of approximately 30,000 inhabitants. It stands on the river Great Ouse at what could be legitimately be described as the 'Crossroads of East Anglia' formed by the A1 north/south trunk road and the east/west A428 which services the busy east coast ports to Europe.

The town has a rich history and was even the site of a civil war battle on July 9th 1648 where a small parliamentary force beat off the Duke of Buckingham and the Earl of Holland’s 300 strong royalist army. 

In recent times the town has undergone considerable expansion with modern housing development surrounding the historic heart, which still has many fine period buildings particularly around the Market Square. Shopping needs are adequately met with several large supermarkets, many High Street retail names plus local specialist stores and services including banks and building societies.

St Neots has a broad range of professional facilities including a major sports centre and swimming pool, as well as a multi-purpose social/art/theatre facility called the Priory Centre.


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 
Sunday:       CLOSED

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