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Coggeshall and Braintree South Estate Agents

Hi there! Thank you for visiting our website. We are Donna and Steve Breese, Branch Directors of EweMove Coggeshall & Braintree South. We have lived in Coggeshall for many years, currently living with our 10 year old daughter Molly and Charlie the Cockapoo.

Putting our customers at the forefront of our business we pride ourselves on our personal touch, so you will deal with one of us directly from start to finish.

We believe that being an Estate Agent is less about properties and more about the people. The people who made that house, their home. We want to get to know our vendors and their needs, as they are trusting us with one of the most important transactions that they will ever undertake. The customers' needs are at the forefront of our minds with everything we do.

An Agent should be more than that, they should be a trusted partner. We will work together WITH you to achieve the outcome you dream of.

We will proactively communicate and support you throughout the transaction, from the very first phone call to the day we meet our buyers to hand over the keys on completion day and for many years beyond.

Thank you once again, and when the time comes that we can help EWE, please get in touch with us. We look forward to meeting you.

About Our Team

Eight miles to the east of Braintree lies Coggeshall a lovely little 'olde worlde' town with a lot to offer. Coggeshall's attractive centre is made up of nearly 200 listed buildings, many timber-framed dating as far back as the 14th century, including Coggeshall's magnificent 'wool church' (St. Peter ad Vincula). Paycockes House is an exceptional example of a 16th-century wealthy clothier's house and Grange Barn, founded in 1140, is all that remains of the former abbey. Both properties are owned by the National Trust.

Like many of the towns in the area, Coggeshall had a wool and cloth trade and then subsequently industries of silk and velvet weaving, tambour lace making, and brewing. By 1900, the decline of these industries with the rejection of the railway has left a relatively undisturbed town. Visit the Coggeshall Museum and Heritage Centre to discover more.

Today, Coggeshall is a thriving town with a real community feel, with a choice of excellent places to eat and drink. The Summer Music Festival, Carnival, and Christmas Fayre are extremely well attended both by those that live there and visitors from surrounding towns and villages.

Both, St. Peter’s Primary School and Honywood Secondary School, based in Coggeshall are rated “Good” by Ofsted.

In summary, Coggeshall is the perfect place for families young and old.

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