Martin&Co, we are Award winning estate and lettings from Martin & Co Doncaster - Proud winners of the ESTA's Best Agent in Yorkshire & Humber 2011. These are particularly prestigious as they are the only ones voted by actual customers, not by an award panel. Whilst others talk about good customer service, we listen to what our clients' want and deliver. We continually review what we do to ensure that we maximise opportunities to maximise their investment.
The Martin & Co estate agency and letting agents in Doncaster territory covers a large geographical area from the whole of central Doncaster to the outlying villages including; Conisbrough, with its world class Roman Keep, Branton, Finningley, Auckley, Bessacarr and Cantley all of which are handy for the airport, Thorne, Moorends, Norton, Skellow, Askern, Sprotbrough, and the picturesque market towns of Bawtry & Tickhill. Each offers a variety of properties, both in style and rent. Some locations are particularly convenient for access to other local cities and towns.
The Doncaster sales and lettings office is a member of the NALS, The Property Ombudsman, two of the major deposit schemes, and the local Chamber of Commerce.
We are proud of the work we do in the local community and have sponsored Bessacarr U12's football team for the current season. Hopefully the next David Beckham is being trained in Doncaster!
We currently are experiencing high demand from good, PROFESSIONALLY REFERENCED TENANTS, for properties in DN1, DN2, DN3, DN4, DN5 and DN6.
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The Martin & Co sales and letting agents in Docaster is now in its 14th year and is one of the region's longest established and most respected sales and lettings Specialists. We have a total of nine staff, all of whom are enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Of equal importance, all are naturally customer focused and friendly making all contacts feel welcome, which ensure we receive many personal recommendations. We pride ourselves in being very easy to deal with, offering sound effective advice and strive to achieve all we promise.
With a history of coal mining and railway engineering the town features a large proportion of Victorian terrace properties for which there is strong demand. Ex council properties or good family homes on private housing developments are popular, as are the modern 3 story homes. Irrespective of the number of potential tenants intending to live in a house, 3 & 4 bedroom properties are sought after, though at the opposite end of the market affordable single bed houses and flats let quickly. Expensive property lets most readily if it is located on one of the outlying villages or towns with Bawtry and Tickhill being particularly popular, though the traditional ‘upmarket’ areas such as Bessacarr and Sprotbrough are also sought after.
Doncaster properties still represents excellent value for money and attract a diverse group of landlords ranging from those who choose to let their former homes in preference to selling them, to Landlords with large, varied portfolios. When we opened the Doncaster letting agents office it was at a time when the area could achieve unprecedented returns on property investment and though not comparable in todays market the investment potential can still be attractive. We offer a wide range of properties so likewise have a diverse range of tenants. After completing a simple and inexpensive application process each tenant is referenced by HomeLet's specialist services.
With its horse racing history the term ‘Horses for Courses’ is perhaps an ideal way to describe our education provision with a selection of good schools in most areas. Doncaster provides a varied choice for those looking for 6th form education with the new ‘Hub’ college, working in unison with some local universities, providing a small but diverse student population. Doncaster is one of the country’s largest towns and as such offers the national restaurants, pubs and clubs you would expect along with many locally owned theatres and restaurants, there is something to suit all tastes. Need something more adventurous? Sheffield and Leeds, with a combined population of over 1.3 million, or world renowned York are only 30 minutes away.
It started in Doncaster in 1776, the world’s oldest horse race, The St Ledger, is celebrated each September at Town Moor, which has recently undergone major redevelopment with a brand new stand to complement the traditional building together providing a venue comparable with any in the country. Also new are the Keepmoat Stadium, home to Doncaster Rovers and often the venue for concerts and the Dome Leisure centre. If you enjoy the romance of steam travel then you may recall many of the country’s best loved locomotives were built in Doncaster including the Flying Scotsman. Doncaster still retains a link with current rail travel with carriages still being built here and there is a busy industry reconditioning existing rolling stock.
Transport infrastructure is one of the areas where Doncaster is unbeaten; it is situated beside the A1 and M18 with the M1 and M62 only 10 minutes drive away. Doncaster has a fast train service to London reaching the capital in around 100 minutes with comprehensive services to the north and cross country. The recently opened ‘Doncaster Sheffield Robin Hood Airport’ is probably the longest and least friendly named airport in Britain but offers excellent facilities and an expanding choice of destinations. That not enough variety? Hull docks are only a short drive away with ferries to many of the northern European ports.
It is well documented that the region suffered greatly with the loss of both the steel and coal industries but there is still considerable manufacturing and engineering in the area. Yorkshire people are known for their straightforwardness, an attribute we are told engenders trust. The region has therefore benefited from this with numerous service centres
many situated on old colliery sites.