Benwell Daykin are estate agents serving Loughborough. We offer property sales, lettings, mortgage advice and property management across Leicestershire and beyond. All our residential property services extend throughout Nottinghamshire too.
With our combined experience of over 25 years, we focus on providing a professional approach to selling and renting property. We are not your typical estate agency; we are forward thinking, friendly and, above all, here to help you with every step of the house moving process.
Having lived and worked in the East Midlands for many years, we aim to provide a service unrivalled by any other estate agent and known by everyone in the local community.
Whether you are looking to buy, sell, rent or let, we can answer any question you may have. We are always on the other end of the phone for any buyer, seller, tenant or landlord.
About our estate agency services in Loughborough
Loughborough is a large town in the Charnwood borough of Leicestershire. The average property price in the town was £213,917 in the last year, according to Rightmove.
Most recent property sales have been semi-detached houses which sold for an average of £192,142.
Detached properties sold for an average of £309,203 and terraced properties for an average of £157,437.
Property prices were similar to last year but up 6% on the 2017 peak.
How to find us
The branch for Benwell Daykin estate and letting agents is located on High Street in Ruddington. We are open 6 days a week, so why not pop in for a coffee and a chat?
Come on over and meet the team!
Want to know how much your property is worth in Loughborough or the surrounding areas? Get a Nottingham property valuation.
Loughborough is a market town in Leicestershire with a population of approximately 57,600. It is the largest settlement across the county.
The town is actually home to the world’s largest bell foundry, John Taylor Bellfounders.
Loughborough has plenty of amenities and transport links including a bus and train network. It also has a local weekly newspaper, the Loughborough Echo.