Bridgnorth Property

Nick Tart Estate Agents in Bridgnorth achieved an amazing feat of selling a property in less than 4 hours and for £20,000 more than the asking price. 

It was sold last Wednesday afternoon. The keys were handed in to us at about 1pm, we then carried out a viewing with a potential buyer at 6 p.m.

The property was sold that evening to clients we knew were looking for the specific type of property. In an age of Rightmove, Facebook and social media, it proves we can still do proper old fashioned estate agency by knowing the people we deal with and going above and beyond with a simple phone call. 

Please contact us for a valuation.

Newport Property of the week

1 Bayley Hills, Edgmond, TF10 8JG - £575,000

1 Bayley Hills is an impressive five-bedroom family home positioned within a large plot of landscaped gardens in the sought-after village of Edgmond. This has been the family home of the current owners since the property was built in the seventies. The property benefits from well-proportioned and spacious accommodation throughout and includes large picture windows which allow an abundance of natural light and an open plan living/dining/family space which lends itself to modern family living. There is an integral double garage with electric door and driveway which provides parking for several vehicles.

Edgmond has a highly regarded primary school and the village is within the Newport secondary school catchment area. The village has a gastro pub, church, shop/post office and community life centres around a variety of activities for all ages at the village hall. Nearby the market town of Newport has a range of independent shops and supermarkets including Waitrose. The A41 and A519 are commuter links to the M54 and M6. Stafford mainline station has regular services to Manchester, Birmingham, and London Euston.

To view the property and to book a viewing, you can find details here

Oak Leys, Finchfield, Wolverhampton


A well presented detached property located within the heart of Finchfield offers an abundance of renowned stores and also independent shops as well as being in the catchment area of a number of desired schools.

The accommodation has been comprehensively updated and restyled to provide a home with modern fittings and finishes which includes an entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, shower room, garage, driveway to the fore and a pleasant rear garden. As an additional incentive, the seller has agreed to leave a freestanding 'TEKNIX' fridge freezer with water dispenser, dishwasher, dryer, curtains and carpets. 

To find out more information about the property, you can view it here - 


Newport Property of the week

Bettisfield, Longford Road, Vauxhall, TF10 8LP - £695,000

Bettisfield is a unique family home which has been extended and refurbished by the present owners to provide adaptable, future proof accommodation suitable for modern family living. The accommodation is well proportioned and large picture windows provide an abundance of natural light throughout.

Consideration has been given to the internal layout, the quality and the style of the fixtures and fittings. This continues to the outside of the property where the use of an eclectic mix of natural and industrial materials creates a visually unique country home. Bettisfield benefits from being a short distance from Newport High Street and highly regarded local schools.

Newport has a range of pubs, eateries, independent shops and supermarkets including Waitrose. Conveniently the nearby A41 and A519 commuter links provide access to the M54 and M6. Stafford mainline station has regular services to Manchester, Birmingham and London Euston.

To take a full look at the property or to book a viewing, please check it out here -


Following the successful preview evening, we have been exhibiting and selling David's work our Newport office since February. It provides an opportunity for clients and the local community to browse and purchase original artwork at an affordable price for their home.

Here is a little more background about David.

I was born in the Staffordshire Moorlands very close to the Peak District, where the local features are the Roaches.

Following a brief spell in Advertising, I trained as an Art ,teacher completing a PGCE at Liverpool. 

My professional career took place in St Helens then Shropshire where I completed a further thirty years as a teacher. 

Since my retirement, I have gradually started to produce more of my own work.

I was first introduced to Lino printing whilst at school and continued to use it in my teaching. My enthusiasm for this medium was enhanced further when I attended a course with the artist Ian Phillips.

Initially, I started to produce Lino prints as a record of a cycle tour from St Malo to Nice. Subsequently my subject matter has been the landscapes in and around Shropshire and latterly from some seascapes.

Since retiring I have exhibited my work at the following venues.

Edgmond Village Hall a joint exhibition with Artist Roger Keeling.

Edgmond Village Hall a solo show of Lino Prints.

The Artists Gallery Open Art Exhibition Ludlow.

Nick Tarts Estate Agency.

Work featured on Dimity home Instagram page.

Instagram heathy1951

Facebook @DavidHeathArtist

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