Welcome to Country Properties Estate Agents Barton-Le-Clay

Overview

The Country Properties Barton Le Clay office has been established in excess of 35 years and is in a prominent High Street location within a busy village environment. Both Terry Mc Cloud and Ken Ravey have a local combined work experience in access of 65 years and have been managing the branch since 2002 where they have seen many highs and lows in the housing market. Our friendly, highly experienced and energised team members have always been local people which offers trust and transparency to build an extensive knowledge of the local property market and long term confident client relationships.

CP Valuaton buttons2.jpgBarton Le Clay is a large village of approximately nineteen hundred homes, it has a variety of stunning and beautiful old thatched and tiled buildings some dating back to as early as the 1600’s it was a mention in the “Domesday Book”. The village has many amenities including an Indian, Chinese, and a Tai Restaurants, TSB bank, Coffee shop, dentists, doctor’s surgery and supermarket to name a few.  The village’s excellent school catchments include a Private pre-school, juniors and middle, with the children continuing at the upper school in Harlington.

The excellent local amenities and wonderful countryside walks always keeps the village properties very sought after even in difficult market conditions. The office is easy to access via the A6, situated in the village centre next door to the Post Office and opposite the TSB Bank.

To Anne, Just a note to say thanks for all the help you gave us in finding our new house. Sorry it's been a while coming but we have now got ourselves straight and we both love the house and area and without your help we may not be here. If ever you’re in the area please pop in for a coffee it would be nice to see you again. Thanks again.

Mr & Mrs L

Anne, I have viewed a lot of properties in the last couple of weeks with many different agents and I must say how professional, courteous and knowledgeable you were on the viewing. It was quite refreshing. Keep up the good work.

Mr C

Ken Sorry it has taken so long to do this, but here is my letter of thanks. Please feel free to keep on file or use for new clients. I would like to thank, Country Properties for an EXCELLENT service in marketing, and selling my property. At all times they were professional and gave good advice, in these difficult economic times. They gave a realistic valuation and from the point I placed my house on the market, they were second to none. All viewings were followed by a follow-up call, informing me of the viewer’s feedback. The whole team at Barton Office were exceptional, especially Ken, who when the chain appeared, as if it was going to collapse, made phone calls to all, which ensured a successful exchange and completion. I would have no hesitation in using Country Properties, Barton Office again.

Mr S
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Meet the team

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    Ken Ravey

    Branch Manager

    is well known in the mid Beds property market having worked in the area since the mid 80’s successfully handling sales across all price ranges, particularly specialising in the upper market sector. He passionately believes that agents aren’t just employed to sell houses they proactively manage the whole moving process with calm efficiency, hands on approach and exemplary customer service. Away from running the office Ken is a very keen golfer, loves his holidays abroad with his two daughters and understanding wife!

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    Anne Caulfield

    Valuer/Sales Advisor

    has worked for many years within the residential property sales department gaining a wealth of experience, knowledge and understanding and provides our clients with a truly outstanding customer service. With her local knowledge, she has lived within Bedfordshire all her life, and her superb organisational skills and eye for detail she ensures the smooth running of the office. On her days off Anne is continuing her house renovation and spending time in the garden.

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    Pauline Brown

    Sales Negotiator

    started her career in estate agency in the local area some 30 years ago and is a very experienced member of the team working as a part time sales negotiator. Her honest and professional approach instils confidence in our clients. Pauline enjoys walking her dog and sing in a band.

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    Hannah Ravey

    Sales Negotiator

    is our newest addition working as a part time sales negotiator. She is highly motivated and enthusiastic and is a valuable member of the team but has the unfortunate task of working with her father!! Hannah also has her level 3 British sign language qualification and spends her days off looking after her pet rabbits and loves to drive fast cars!

Local area guide

Barton-le-Clay is a large village consisting of a population of over 5,000 and can be found in Central Bedfordshire, 32 miles north of London. The village has existed since at least 1066 and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.  It  is situated next to the A6 which bypasses the village and continues north to Bedford or south to Luton.  

The location gives easy access to M1 motorway junction 12 and also to Luton International Airport.  The nearest train station is Harlington and it has regular buses running through the village. Local amenities include a doctor’s surgery, dentist, library, bank, post office, supermarket and a lower and middle school.  Upper school children attend Harlington Upper School for their final years after 13 years old.

The local Barton Hills National Nature Reserve (NNR) is a fine example of downland and woodland in the north Chilterns. It is a popular destination for walkers, families and wildlife enthusiasts. The whole site is open access and there are a number of footpaths throughout.  Other areas include: Sundon Hills, Moleskin and Markham Hills, Sharpenhoe Clappers and Smithcombe Hills.  Sundon Hills has a lovely picnic area.  Reputedly haunted, Sharpenhoe Clappers is a classic chalk escarpment and part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is crowned with traces of an Iron Age hill-fort and an impressive beech wood.

 

Contact Barton-Le-Clay

31 Bedford Road, Barton Le Clay, Bedfordshire, MK45 4LL

Mon to Fri: 9am - 6pm Sat: 9am - 4pm Sun: 10am - 3pm


Sales : 01582 882811

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