Bagshaws LLP – At the heart of Derbyshire since 1871

PUBLISHED: 10:30 19 March 2018

Bagshaws team - Three Six Seven Nine Photography

Bagshaws team - Three Six Seven Nine Photography

Three Six Seven Nine Photography

Town & Country Property Specialists with offices in Ashbourne and Bakewell.

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Bagshaws have been established since 1871, and as their logo of ‘Land, Property and Livestock’ suggests, they are a multi-disciplined firm of Land and Estate Agents, Chartered Surveyors, Valuers and Auctioneers. Their team can assist with everything from property sales and valuations for tax purposes right through to offering a full planning service for all rural, commercial and agricultural developments. RICS and CAAV accredited, they can be relied upon to work to the best industry standards.

The estate agency side of the Bagshaws business has seen considerable growth over the past few years resulting in an office expansion at Vine House in Ashbourne. Although Bagshaws have been in residence in this Grade II listed building for nearly 100 years, they recently acquired the remainder of the property to accommodate their full land and property services team.

Bagshaws pride themselves on being Town & Country Property Specialist estate agents – a perfect mix for market towns like Ashbourne and Bakewell. Ed Lawley, Partner at Bakewell states that “It is sometimes a misconception that we deal solely with Agricultural Properties and Land but that definitely is not the case. Whilst we have specialist knowledge in those areas our team of local experts also has experience in marketing a variety of town, village, country property and land both for sale and to let. We also conduct property auctions throughout the year at our Uttoxeter and Bakewell centres and provide sound advice to clients on the appropriate way to sell their property”.

For advice about your own property please contact Bagshaws at Ashbourne on 01335 342201 or Bakewell on 01629 812777 and they will be pleased to provide a free market appraisal.

For information on their range of other services please visit

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