At Red Brick, we are experts in residential property management. We specialise in the management of private leasehold apartments and flats, estates of houses, providing services to developers and freeholders.
We know that people are at the core of what we do and every development has unique requirements, so we pride ourselves on providing a detailed and personal service for each of our clients.
Our dedicated team of specialists are focused on delivering services to the high standard our clients have come to expect, with the support of a board of directors that bring a collective 40 years of residential property management experience to the company.
Contact our team on 01438 303333 or [email protected] for more information on our residential property management services.
The Property Management team at Red Brick consist of qualified property managers that work with freeholders, property developers, architects and solicitors, covering a range of residential property management services in Baldock. These include:
Each of our services is carried out with the client at the forefront of our minds, ensuring a flexible and personalised service that meets our clients’ requirements. We maintain clear communication with every party involved at every stage of the development process.
Baldock is a charming market town with access to the beautiful North Hertfordshire countryside. It was founded as a medieval market town in the 1140s and continues to host weekly markets to this day.
Baldock is located 33 miles north of London, less than one hour from the capital and 30 minutes from Cambridge by train, making it a popular commuter town.
Known for its bustling High Street, the town boasts an array of independent shops and restaurants, as well as more commercial chains and supermarkets. The town also has excellent school and leisure facilities and the popular Avenue Park is only a ten-minute walk from the town centre, where visitors can make the most of a play area, splash pad and multiple sports pitches.
Baldock town has a historic and varied architecture, with Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian buildings. One of the most iconic buildings is the Kayser Bondor hosiery factory, known for its elegant Art Deco facade, which is currently home to a very distinct looking Tesco. In addition to the numerous period buildings, you will also find some modern estates and new builds.
The town has benefited from a £3.2m investment scheme to improve parking and create more open space in the town centre. This has been a factor in Baldock’s increasing popularity, with house prices averaging £327,533 according to Rightmove. The majority of properties sold were terraced properties, at an average cost of £344,143. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £365,409, with flats selling for £180,214.
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