Shortage of Luxury Homes Bridgnorth

A picture of Andrew Ainge stood outside the Nock Deighton Bridgnorth office

Demand for property is outstripping supply in Bridgnorth - particularly for executive-style detached houses.


That’s the message from Andrew Ainge, our residential sales manager in Bridgnorth, who says buyers are ready and waiting for the right type of property in the town.


He says: “We speak to people looking to buy a house in Bridgnorth on a regular basis and they are desperate for three to five bedroom, executive-style properties, typically in the £300,000 to £400,000 price bracket.


“Although we have an excellent range of houses for sale in Bridgnorth, we are short of that particular type of property at the moment, so we are appealing for anyone looking to sell a house in Bridgnorth to get in touch.


“The perception may be that the market isn’t moving all that quickly, but I can say with certainty that for the right type of house, some are selling within weeks of being put on the market.”


Nock Deighton has been one of the leading Bridgnorth estate agents for more than 180 years, so is well placed for commenting on current trends.


Andrew adds: “The Bridgnorth housing market has traditionally been strong because the town is in an excellent location, in terms of being in easy reach of the major employment centres of Wolverhampton and Birmingham. So far this year, it’s looking very strong again and we are predicting a busy year for Bridgnorth house sales.”

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