About our Leominster Office
Located on Broad Street in the town centre with one hour of free parking just outside the door, our Leominster office is friendly and helpful with an in-depth knowledge of the local area. Our sales and lettings teams are managed by Maria Davies who has worked for the company since 2004 and has experience within the industry for the past 17 years.
We offer the following services:
- Free, no-obligation market appraisal in Leominster - find out how we achieve the best price or rental for your property when selling or letting
- Residential property sales and lettings
- Commercial property sales and lettings
- Property management
- Property investment and market advice
We have properties as far north as Ludlow, south of Hereford, east to Bromyard and well into Wales, covering villages such as Pembridge, Eardisland, Dilwyn, Luston, Yarpole, Orleton, Kimbolton, Leysters, Stoke Prior, Hatfield and many more. This huge geographical area is supported by our other 48 offices in Oxfordshire, the Home Counties and London.
Leominster is a traditional market town, filled with interesting history and surrounded by beautiful Herefordshire countryside. Having been a settlement for thousands of years it features property from many eras ranging from dignified Georgian town houses such as those in Etnam Street to stately homes built by the owners of the iron foundries and black and white cottages nestling in sheltered valleys. Although Leominster has three supermarkets, it has managed to maintain its traditional town centre shops including three butchers, a greengrocer and many antique centres as well as more up-to-date delis, organic and health food shops.
Leominster and the surrounding area is a haven for those who enjoy country pursuits whether you are chasing the wild brown trout in the tributaries of the rivers Lugg and Wye, are a fan of horse riding over the network of bridlepaths from our many equestrian centres, or enjoy getting out into the countryside on foot tackling the Mortimers Trail, Offa's Dyke paths or one of the gentle countryside strolls. There is a state-of-the-art sports facility with all-weather hockey grounds, tennis courts and football pitches and scattered around the county are many good golf courses.
In the Leominster area there are a number of good schools including Wigmore School (a federation of Wigmore Primary and High Schools), Earl Mortimer College and Sixth Form Centre and independent school, Lucton School.
How to get here
By road: Leominster is served by the A49 and A44 with the M5 being the nearest motorway. The town is located just 12 miles from the gastronomic capital of Ludlow, 13 miles from the cathedral city of Hereford, 12 miles from Kington and 27 miles from Worcester giving access from the M5.
By rail: Leominster has a railway station which has direct trains to Manchester, Bristol and Birmingham and just one change to London.
Mr and Mrs Mortimer
Maria, Michelle and Jane were all excellent and very helpful not just up to exchange but also afterwards5/
It is a truly beautiful home, in a beautiful part of the world. We have met a number of the locals and they all seem so friendly. Thank you, most sincerely, for everything that you done for the both of us, to have this property.
Jenny and Nick
They say about people going the extra mile but you’ve all done a marathon for us! Thank you for all your efforts and patience. All our gratitude.
I am very happy to thank the staff of the Leominster branch of Russell, Baldwin and Bright for the professional, friendly and ever patient help they gave me in my sale. Maria Davies’ first visit was a delight. I had asked three agents to view and value and in stark contrast to the other two she was positive, saw the advantages of my cottage, valued it at considerably more than they had and very nearly got the asking price. Jane Bingham couldn’t have been more charming to me and the viewers and certainly sold the cottage to the ultimate buyers. I’m sure everybody enjoyed their visits with her. Under Maria’s management this branch is just what an estate agents should be; immediately friendly and forthcoming and extremely well informed. Whenever I went in people were being attended to cheerfully and patiently and came away smiling -not the common case. I am extremely grateful to all the staff and can’t recommend them more highly. Rather than this being the usual stressful experience it was a pleasure.
Keep up the good work, you were the best estate agents I have dealt with5/
- Herefordshire Council
- Earl Mortimer College
- Wigmore School
- Lucton School
- Herefordshire Tourism
- Leominster Museum
- Leominster Festival Information
- Docklow Fishing Pools & Fishermans Arms
- Leominster Golf Club
- The Grove, Leominster
- Leominster Antique Centre
- Local Cheese Making Company & Shop
- B & Bs in and around Leominster