Estate Agents Calverton
Walton & Allen are estate agents in Calverton and the surrounding areas of Nottinghamshire. We are a local, family run estate agent who always have our clients’ interests at heart. We always aim to get the best possible price for your property, in as little time as possible.
Welcome to Calverton, Nottingham, seven miles north-east of Nottingham city centre.
The average house price for Calverton is £184,839. It is more expensive than neighboring Arnold but is cheaper than Woodborough and Oxton which are also nearby villages.
Most houses sold in Calverton last year were detached properties which sold for on average £241,810. Semi-detached properties had an average selling price of £137,493, while terraced properties were priced at around £136,308 by local estate agents.
The main secondary school in Calverton is Colonel Frank Seeley School which has seen a great deal of improvements over the years. It is currently rated as ‘good’ by Ofsted and could well receive ‘outstanding’ recognition in a future inspection.
Other schools in the area include Sir John Sherbrooke Junior School and St.Wilfrid’s CE Primary School.
Retail and Leisure
Calverton has it’s own leisure centre which includes a gym and pool for the community. There are also a number of local shops, restaurants, takeaways and small supermarkets.
Book your free, no obligation valuation with our estate agents Calverton
We have recently sold multiple properties in Calverton, including this home on Stonebridge Way. This is a beautiful property marketed at a guide price at £285,000 – £295,000, with four double bedrooms and a detached brick garage.
Mortgage Advice Calverton
Walton & Allen estate agents also offer mortgage advice to those who live in Calverton and the surrounding areas of Nottingham, including Arnold and Hucknall. Why not book an initial free appointment to see how much you could borrow and find a great deal for you?
A mortgage is a loan secured against your home. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage or any other debt secured on it. Think carefully before securing other debts against your home.