A leading local estate agent is welcoming back its first ever client, who is selling again after 23 years.
Mullucks Wells estate agents opened for business in Bishop’s Stortford in 1990 and their first ever sale was a house in Anstey, near Buntingford. Now, almost a quarter of a century later, the owner of that house is selling again and her current home is on the market with Mullucks Wells once more.
The client, Alison Lambie sold her first property in Anstey and moved into Cargreen Cottage which is also in the village. She’s now looking to move to a neighbouring village and has put the cottage on the market at £539,500.
Alison Lambie, said: “It’s lovely to be remembered as Mullucks Wells first ever customer - and when I decided to sell Cargreen Cottage, they seemed the obvious choice. Estate agents don’t always have a good reputation so it’s really important to me to choose someone I can trust and with Mullucks Wells I know I’m going to get a good deal and great service.”
Mullucks Wells Director, William Wells, helped sell Alison Lambie’s former home all those years ago. He said: “It’s always nice to welcome back a client, as it’s a sure sign that you’ve done a good job. And this one is particularly special as I remember the day the sale completed – back then, it felt like we were officially on the map as an estate agent. The sale was all the more sweet as we were in significantly more difficult market conditions with interest rates at that time in excess of 15%!”
Cargreen Cottage in Anstey is a part 17th Century, part Georgian cottage with three good sized bedrooms including a beautiful master bedroom suite with fabulous views. There is a spectacular garden of half an acre. It’s on the market for £539,500.