Covering the East Midlands, with a large network of 20 branches throughout Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, Frank Innes has been a well-respected name in the local property markets since its formation in circa 1932, helping numerous buyers and landlords to sell or let their property quickly.
Choosing an experienced agent to sell or let your home is really important, and homeowners have been instructing Frank Innes for over 80 years. Our unrivalled knowledge of the East Midlands property market allows us to help each one of our buyers and landlords to fulfil their property ambitions, and we aim to make your buying or letting experience as straight forward and hassle free as possible.
Our estate agents in Derby is prominently located on St James Street, where it has stood for decades.
The office covers the city centre as well as its surrounding suburbs and villages.
By dealing with these areas from our central location, we speak to a variety of buyers and sellers on a daily basis. This means we can introduce customers to a wide range of properties.
Why choose Frank Innes?
We collaborate with 20 sister offices across the East Midlands – and are part of 900 interlinked Countrywide branches nationwide. This means we’re best placed to find you buyers from across the county, the region and nationally. Derby’s diverse property market means we deal with an array of customers and properties: from city centre flats to large rural houses. We can offer you all the property services you would need to make your move easier, from mortgages, conveyancing, surveying, lettings, new homes sales and commercial offerings. Look no further for estate agents in Derby.
Local information about Derby
The city of Derby is home to abundant shopping and leisure venues. The Intu shopping centre houses popular shops and restaurants while the Cathedral Quarter hosts live shows, often at the Assembly Rooms. Large employers – like Bombardier, Rolls Royce and the Derby Royal Hospital – also use Derby as a hub. Derby links to the M1 motorway, as well as major roads such as the A6, A38, A50, A52 and A61.
A detached cottage, originally built as a stone cottage in 1796 and extended in the 1930s and 1990s offering four bedrooms, four reception rooms, refitted kitchen, conservatory, en-suite to the master bedroom, views over countryside, enclosed private south facing......
A viewing is absolutely essential of this extended five bedroom detached family home, which has been refurbished throughout to an extremely high standard. The property is located on a sought after, private road on Keats Avenue in Littleover. The property is close to a......