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With a knowledgable team, you’ll always find friendly and experienced assistance in our Yateley branch. We’re ideally located in the centre of this thriving community, so do feel free to visit.
An agent worth their money.
In simple terms, without Mackenzie Smith our sale would have not gone through. It was their persistence, knowledge and experience that enabled our deal to complete. They were always contactable and provided regular updates throughout the process.
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Branch Manager: Paul Phelan
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We meet such a mixture of people every single day, it’s great to be able to offer help and advice to both those taking their first steps on the ladder, but also those who know what they want from a move, and of course what to expect from their agent.
Paul Phelan Branch Manager
Paul is a highly experienced property professional, having worked within the industry across a range of local towns and villages; Yateley, Camberley, Fleet, Farnborough, Hartley Wintney and Odiham, over the last 30 years. Paul offers exceptional local knowledge; combined with his professional background he also lives in Frimley where his sons went to school, this helps Paul to come up with valuations that take into account community assets as well as a property’s design and footprint. Day-to-day, Paul likes the people side of the property industry, meeting and helping clients from all backgrounds.
If he’s not at his desk or out and about with clients, chances are Paul will have found some coffee and cake, combatted with his love for cycling and table tennis, he’s even a qualified table tennis coach!
I pride myself on transparency and good customer service.
Dan Franklin Senior Client Manager
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Since entering the world of estate agency in early 2014, Dan has enjoyed successfully moving people into their dream homes all over the North Hampshire region. Dan quickly progressed within the industry, offering valuations since late 2015 and has worked diligently to ensure he not only meets the expectations of clients but exceeds them on a daily basis. Transparency and strong customer service are two elements that Dan prides himself on. As part of the Yateley team, he looks forward to continuing to support the local residents with years of experience, helping their future property goals to become reality.
In his free time, Dan’s a keen football fan, supporting the South’s very own Southampton FC. When he isn’t watching the Saints, Dan can be found playing drums in a cover band.
Yateley offers a variety of conveniences, from good local schools, public houses, local amenities and a variety of sporting clubs. The town is also well connected with direct links to London, Reading, Aldershot and Guildford, with nearby Camberley offering rail services to London. The Green, centrally located within Yateley, offers a large open Greenland with a play area and is well-regarded locally; home to a number of community events throughout the year.
Yateley is a suburban town and civil parish in Hampshire. It lies in the north eastern corner of Hart District and includes the settlements of Frogmore and Darby Green.
There are excellent schools, good local public houses, a supermarket and Yateley Cricket and Hockey Club is situated adjacent to the Blackwater Valley golf course, off Chandlers Lane.
Yateley is a relatively low density town, with a real mix of homes serving families, retirement, down sizers and much more.
The area has been relatively undeveloped for a number of years, with the majority of the homes dating back to the eighties, with a great selection of more period properties in the charming surrounding villages of Eversley and Finchampstead. There is some new development coming to the area, introducing new family homes with the benefit of Help to Buy available.
The average asking price for a house stands in the region of £440,000 – higher than the typical sale price for a Hampshire property.
Those in the property market to buy a flat can expect prices at an average of £250,000, though these are hard to come by in this area, which is predominantly built around family homes.
With a number of larger properties enjoying countryside views, generous gardens and rural locations, the average price for a 5 bedroom home is £750,000.
Those looking to rent a property in Yateley will be pleasantly surprised to find that the town boasts a buzzing rental market.
Average rent in Yateley stands at around £1,200pcm. However, single occupants or couples will be able to locate a smart 1 bedroom property for approximately £770pcm.
Similar to properties for sale, the majority of the rental homes available are suitable for families; predominantly 3 bedroom houses.
Yateley attracts a variety of people who want to live in the village, from those who seek the convenience of its location in relation to the major road networks, to young families who require the benefits of the local schooling on their doorstep, through to the more mature who need a wide range of facilities and entertainment nearby.
For further information about Yateley and the surrounding area, or to enquire about property for sale or to rent in Yateley, please contact the local office:
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