Strutt & Parker - Chester

Park House, 37 Lower Bridge Street Chester CH1 1RS

Meet the team

Sales & Lettings experts
Alastair Summerfield
Alastair Summerfield
Director
Ellie Heyden
Ellie Heyden
Snr Assoc. Director
Adam Palmer
Adam Palmer
Associate Director
Katie Baker
Katie Baker
Snr Assoc. Director

In October 2017, Strutt & Parker and BNP Paribas Real Estate have merged to offer a broad set of services to clients throughout the real estate lifecycle, across every type of asset in commercial, residential and rural. Strutt & Parker’s residential, rural, development and planning teams will continue to operate under the Strutt & Parker brand, whilst the commercial arm of the business will operate under the BNP Paribas Real Estate brand. BNP Paribas Real Estate and Strutt & Parker’s team of diligent and trustworthy professionals work to create and maintain a business that strives to provide innovative real estate solutions to their clients at a local, national and international level. Our network of 67 offices is home to some of the industry’s most dedicated advisers, who provide an exceptional level of service across the property spectrum. The world of real estate is constantly evolving: BNP Paribas Real Estate and Strutt & Parker have ensured that it has a forward-thinking team which both understands and meets the challenges of this changing world, whilst finding the opportunities that change can bring. Strutt & Parker's success is in part a result of the legacy created by Edward Strutt and Charles Parker, school friends that founded the business over 130 years ago. They instilled a sense of collaboration and dedication that is still integral to the way we work today. It has fostered a commitment to ensuring we are at the forefront of the market with unparalleled levels of expertise present in all of our teams. Whether you require residential, commercial or rural advice Strutt & Parker is ideally placed to assist you in achieving your property goals.

Local knowledge

Living in Chester
Located in the county of Cheshire – Chester is a walled cathedral city ideal for buyers looking to live somewhere rich in culture and history. Surrounded by breathtaking views, Chester is famous for its city centre, boasting 800-year-old architecture influenced by the Roman and Medieval eras. Chester is also home to the world’s oldest racecourse and the largest Roman Amphitheatre in the UK.Chester is close to cosmopolitan cities like Liverpool and Manchester, so you’ll have the perfect balance between the calming countryside and bustle of the city. Working families moving to their area will find an array of renowned independent schools, such as The King’s School and Abbey Gate College. Transport facilities such as the Liverpool John Lennon Airport are close by too.
Things to do
Grosvenor Park

Grosvenor Park

Park
Eastgate Clock

Eastgate Clock

Monument
Storyhouse

Storyhouse

Movie Theater
The Church Bar & Restaurant

The Church Bar & Restaurant

Arts and Entertainment, Bar, English Restaurant
Agricola Tower and Castle Walls

Agricola Tower and Castle Walls

Landmarks and Outdoors
The Cornerhouse

The Cornerhouse

Music Venue, Beer Bar, Wine Bar
Roman Gardens

Roman Gardens

Landmarks and Outdoors
Grosvenor Museum

Grosvenor Museum

Museum
Chester Racecourse

Chester Racecourse

Music Venue, Stadium
Roman Amphitheatre

Roman Amphitheatre

Historic and Protected Site
Places to eat
Jaunty Goat Coffee

Jaunty Goat Coffee

Coffee Shop, Restaurant
Hickory's Smokehouse

Hickory's Smokehouse

BBQ Joint, American Restaurant
The Brewery Tap

The Brewery Tap

Pub, Restaurant
The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn

Pub, Restaurant
The Architect

The Architect

Beer Bar, Pub, Restaurant
Piccolino - Chester

Piccolino - Chester

Italian Restaurant
Atina Kitchen

Atina Kitchen

Coffee Shop, Italian Restaurant
Telford's Warehouse

Telford's Warehouse

Wine Bar, Gastropub
Porta

Porta

Tapas Restaurant
The Cellar

The Cellar

Wine Bar
Call rate information

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