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York property agency launches city centre division

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L to R: Croft Residential’s Charlie Elliot, Sarah Weston And Toby Cockcroft


Croft Residential, a York-based estate agency that specialises in selling luxury properties across Yorkshire and the north of England, has launched a new division focused on the York city centre market.

Some of York’s most exclusive properties, including £1m apartments at the Bonding Warehouse and Marlborough Wharf, have been sold by Croft Residential and founder Toby Cockcroft aims to bring his team’s high end targeted approach to the mid range residential market in York.

“There is a gap in the York market for an intelligent, experienced and targeted approach to selling city centre properties,” said Toby.

“The Croft Residential team is known for outstanding service and as an independent business, in the city, we pride ourselves on our tremendous track record in finding the right buyer for a property and ensuring the sales process is smoothly completed.”

Charlie Elliot, who heads the new division, said, “The launch of Croft City brings our renowned professionalism and attention to detail to the mid-range city property market and will focus on city centre properties. We are very much looking forward to reaching out to a new market of prospective property sellers in York and demonstrating how our expertise and personal approach is what makes us different to other agencies.”

Founded 2010, Croft Residential currently has a £75m portfolio of properties across the north of England, from new-builds to country estates. This summer the agency was appointed to sell the Boston Spa home of cricket legend Sir Geoffrey Boycott.

January 31, 2020

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