Wareham Estate Agents
DOMVS estate agency in Wareham has been selling and letting homes since 2005 via its nearby Wareham office, on South Street. DOMVS has a good selection of property to buy in Wareham, as well property to rent in Wareham and provides a choice of three easy ways to get a free valuation for either selling or letting your property.
House Prices around Wareham
Properties around Wareham had an overall average price of £395,914 over the last year. The majority of sales around Wareham during the last year were detached properties, selling for an average price of £541,300. Terraced properties sold for an average of £266,529, with semi-detached properties fetching £350,808. Overall, sold prices around Wareham over the last year were 2% down on the previous year and 10% up on the 2017 peak of £359,013.
Source: Rightmove. Last updated 08/22
The Wareham Estate Agency Team
Trisha’s experience in estate agency spans over 30 years, her enthusiasm and love of the job has given her the opportunity to build relationships with vendors and applicants alike. She is exactly the person you would want to successfully look after your property.
Debbie Turner, MARLA
Associate Director, Lettings
With over 30 years experience as a lettings specialist, Debbie Turner has an encyclopaedic knowledge of the lettings world. Having worked with both independent and corporate lettings agencies, Debbie’s experience will ensure your rental investments are in safe hands.
Marcus Pound BA (Hons) MNAEA
Sales Progression & Compliance Manager
As a go-between for all parties ensuring the sale seamlessly reaches completion, Marcus plays a key role at DOMVS. His healthy balance of tenacity and pressure ensures each transition has the best chance of success.
Don’t let Wareham’s rural surroundings and ancient history fool you; this is a bustling town brimming with both culture and amenities.
Best known as a Saxon walled town, local excavations suggest transient human activity in and around Wareham dating as far back as approximately 9,000 BCE. By the end of the Saxon period, the town was one of the most important in the UK, housing two mints for the issue of royal money. Wareham’s oldest remaining feature is its surrounding walls; ancient earth ramparts thought to have been built in the 9th Century by Alfred the Great to defend against the Danes.
Today, Wareham’s Saxon wall provides a fascinating walk through time and nature, and further walks can be enjoyed along the banks of the River Frome, to the south of the town, and the River Piddle to the north. Wareham’s rich cultural offerings include a unique and well-loved cinema, town museum, regular markets and numerous, varied musical groups and annual festivals. The picturesque town also provides all the amenities required by modern life, from local and national shops, cafés and restaurants to a library, leisure centre and well-regarded schools, and all just 20 minutes (approximately) from the A35.