Yarm

Yarm is recognised one of Teesside’s - and the North-east’s - most picturesque towns, as well as its attractive High Street and pretty riverside spot, it’s also thriving. There are a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants in Yarm that draw custom from the rest of Teesside and across the UK.

Michael Poole in Yarm are now the most established Estate Agents in Yarm having opened their prominent High Street branch in 1998. There is a very experienced team in place handling the sale of homes from under £100,000 to well over £1 million. Derek Chalmers who is a Regional Director with the firm carries out the property valuations and has done so for over 20 years now. The branch covers the areas of Yarm, Eaglescliffe, Egglescliffe as well as the surrounding villages of Kirklevington,Hilton, Maltby, Low Worsall, Picton, Crathorne, Aislaby, Long Newton and Elton. In recent years they have successfully sold a number of properties in Middleton-St-George and Middleton-one-row too. Gill Dryden and Carolyne Cherry are part of a very strong, respected and trusted team who both have well over 30 years experience in selling houses in the Teesside area. We pride ourselves on consistently averaging over 98% of asking price in the sale of properties over the last few years.

There is a real mix of property in Yarm and the surrounding area now, with quirky hidden cottages just off the High Street through to variety of new homes on housing estates being constructed by prominent National house builders. Yarm and Eaglescliffe are also renowned for their excellent education facilities with very highly regarded Junior and Secondary schooling.

In 2007, Yarm received the accolade of The Best High Street in Britain, as voted for by BBC Breakfast viewers and continues to offer a lovely mix of shops, bars and restaurants. A stroll past True Lovers Walk is always a winner if you’re after a bit of scenery and you may also wish to find Yarm’s ‘castle’.

In 2018, according to Rightmove, most property sales in Yarm involved detached properties which sold for on average £313,697. Semi-detached properties sold for an average price of £181,324, while flats fetched £142,272. Yarm, with an overall average price of £259,300, more expensive than Eaglescliffe (£213,375) and Ingleby Barwick (£208,069).

Should you be searching for an estate agent in Yarm to put your property on the market our sales agents will be happy to help and arrange a free market appraisal. If you are a landlord considering letting your property in Yarm or need advice our ARLA qualified Lettings Agents are on hand to support you.

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There are a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants in Yarm that draw custom from the rest of Teesside and across the UK.

Michael Poole in Yarm are now the most established Estate Agents in Yarm having opened their prominent High Street branch in 1998.

There is a very experienced team in place handling the sale of homes from under £100,000 to well over £1 million.

Derek Chalmers who is a Regional Director with the firm carries out the property valuations and has done so for over....

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