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Whalley branch

39 King Street Whalley BB7 9SP


Mortimers Estate Agents have been selling and letting property successfully for over eighty years and are recognised as one of the most highly respected estate agencies in the East Lancashire area. With our network of five offices we have an enviable market share and are proud to offer everything from modest first time buyer homes, to the most prestigious residencies in the area.

We take the very best qualities from our traditional estate agency background and exceptional service values and combine them with a modern approach, making us an agent of the highest standing with an impressive register of active buyers and tenants.

Our valuable and extensive local knowledge enables us to specialise in all kinds of property matters. We particularly recognise the value of professional qualifications in an industry where these are not compulsory.

At Mortimers we focus on delivering a professional, personalised service to achieve the best possible outcome for our customers. We are expert property specialists with in-depth local knowledge and a proven track record of success in even the most challenging markets. Our approach is enthusiastic, proactive and realistic. We are justifiably proud of our entire Mortimers’ team who, individually and collectively, promote and passionately preserve our highly respected brand.

Latest sale listings for Whalley

  • 3 beds
  • 1 bath
  • 2 living

Calder Avenue, Billington, BB7

£239,950

A most Beautifully Presented Semi Detached Family Home sat on a large plot in this highly popular residential area close to St Augustine's Secondary School, Village Park and remains only...

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  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • 1 living

Oak Close, Barrow, BB7

£175,000

A thoroughly well presented modern semi-detached home that benefits from a pleasant cul de sac location in the sought after Ribble Valley village of Barrow. Within easy reach of both...

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  • 5 beds
  • 3 baths
  • 3 living

Jacksons Bank Road, Balderstone,...

£975,000

Westmeath is a superb detached family home occupying a quiet yet convenient location with commanding rural views to the rear over open farmland with long distance Ribble Valley views towards...

For sale

  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • 1 living

Thorn Street, Sabden, BB7

£164,950

This is a beautifully presented mid row property in a highly popular street on the periphery of Sabden Village. At the Rear there is a pleasant aspect towards Black Hill....

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  • 4 beds
  • 3 baths
  • 3 living

Osbaldeston Lane, Osbaldeston, B...

£850,000

Located just outside the village of Osbaldeston and tucked away in a quiet yet convenient location, Fletchers Farm is a beautiful family home with 1.5 acres of land, stables and...

For sale

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Latest lettings listings for Whalley

  • 5 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 2 living

Elm Close, Whalley, Clitheroe, BB7

£1950 pcm | Tenant Info -

** Virtual Viewing Available A superb luxury FIVE bedroom detached modern residence being a former show home and offering a wealth of contemporary internal accommodation on two floors ideally suiting...

To let

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Whalley area guide


Whalley is a large village situated at the heart of the Ribble Valley below Whalley Nab and on the banks of the River Calder. Whalley Abbey has ruins dating back to the 14th Century and other long standing buildings including one in particular Mortimers sold in circa 2004 that had an original Priest Hole!

King Street runs through the heart of the village towards Clitheroe with many small roads off leading to small nearby villages. There is an exceptional Primary school and renowned Oakhill College and Nursery that offer local education and excellent bus and rail transport links lead on through to Clitheroe and Manchester.

The village shuts its roads for Whalley Pickwick Night held early December every year for an event that draws crowds from wide reaching areas for a Dickensian themed evening where many local shopkeepers get in to the spirit of things.

There is nearby cuisine and fine dining as the area is well served with top class restaurants and hotels including the Michelin Star Northcote Manor, the James’ Place chain and several other highly regarded venues.

It is clear to see why Whalley is one of the major property hotspots in the North of England.

Edward Snowden MNAEA, MARLA

Director

I joined Mortimers in 2001 and have worked across all of our practice area becoming a Director in 2011

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Geraldine O'Rourke

Senior Negotiator

I have worked for Mortimers for 4 years in an accountancy role alongside the rental department and more recently joining the sales teams at the Clitheroe & Whalley branches.

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Amber Simpson

Negotiator

After previously working within gym membership sales, I decided that it was time to pursue my career within an estate agency

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Jason Preston DipNDEA

Head of Fine & Country Sales

I started my property career 26 years ago and have dealt with commercial, residential property sales and latterly Fine & Country properties.

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Julie Jackson

Fine & Country Negotiator

Working for Fine & Country is a dream come true for me and I look forward to helping you on your journey, giving advice and support along the way.

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James Barnes

Fine & Country Negotiator

I grew up in the Ribble Valley and have previously worked in a small independent agency, based in North Yorkshire. This has given me a very good grounding for the job role.

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