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  • Address
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  • 16 Broad Street
  • Leominster
  • Herefordshire
  • HR6 8BS, UK
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Leominster Estate Agents 

Conveniently located just off the high street, Russell, Baldwin and Bright’s estate and lettings agents in Leominster is right in the centre of town and has free parking just outside the front door. It’s an ideal place for buyers and sellers to stop by and find out about house prices in Leominster, and for tenants and letters to ask about rental values.

The wide range of sales and letting services available at our Leominster branch include free, no-obligation market appraisals, an extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties, land and new homes, property management support, and expert investment and market advice.

Properties for Sale in Leominster

Areas We Cover

  • Ludlow
  • South of Hereford
  • East to Bromyard
  • Pembridge
  • Eardisland
  • Dilwyn
  • Luston
  • Yarpole
  • Orleton
  • Kimbolton
  • Leysters
  • Hatfield
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Source: © Crown Copyright. Land Registry data for May 2024 Our data is based on instructions and successful completions in the area. To find out more information on specific transactions please contact our team.

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Becky

  • Sales Manager
  • DDI:01568 701887

Jake

  • Lettings Manager - Hereford & Leominster
  • DDI:01432 674083
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 16 Broad Street
  • Leominster
  • Herefordshire
  • HR6 8BS, UK
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Joanne

  • Group Associate Director
  • DDI:01432 345901

Daniel

  • Sales Negotiator
  • DDI:01568 250203
  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 16 Broad Street
  • Leominster
  • Herefordshire
  • HR6 8BS, UK
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Average Sales Property Price in Leominster

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Average Sales Price

In Demand

2 Bedroom properties with


150 people registering interest

in the last 7 days

Source: © Crown Copyright. Land Registry data for May 2024 Our data is based on instructions and successful completions in the area. To find out more information on specific transactions please contact our team.

Leominster sits proudly amidst Herefordshire countryside, only a stone’s throw from the Welsh border. Situated on the edge of an area known as the Marches, scenic border countryside overlooks the rolling hills of Offa’s Dyke. These picturesque surroundings are complimented by the half-timbered architecture which lines the town centre.

It’s an area steeped in history and that character is still ever-present today. Many come to admire the black and white cottages which sit alongside medieval terraces and Georgian mansions.

The town is made even more attractive given the semi-pedestrianised centre which gives that sense of a vibrant market community. The weekly farmers’ market adds to this appeal, as does the many independent and small boutiques. Pavement cafes provide a tempting choice of refreshments, while pubs and laidback eateries serve-up hearty cuisine.

The town owes much of its history to a roaring wool trade but today, it’s more well-known amongst tourists and the adventurous. Walking trails navigate along the Mortimer Trail and fresh water fishing can be enjoyed at the several nearby rivers. More laidback pursuits can be found at Queenswood Country Park, a 47-acre expanse of woodland. It’s a popular hangout with families during the summer thanks to a large picnic area.

Sporting facilities are just as impressive with a local leisure centre and tennis club, not to mention the picturesque Leominster Golf Club. It’s these local amenities coupled with the excellent transport links which continue to attract a diverse range of homeowners.


Transportation in Leominster 

Leominster’s proximity to the A44 makes it desirable with those commuting to the nearby towns and villages. Worcester and the M5 motorway lies a short distance to the east, while Hereford to the south can be reached in as little as 24minutes. The closest international airport is in Birmingham which takes approximately 67minutes via the M42.

Otherwise, locals have the Leominster train station which operates direct services across major hubs in the UK. Fast trains depart to Manchester stopping at Ludlow, as well as Cardiff via Hereford. Frequent services connect to London Paddington, but a change is required at Newport in Gwent.

Things to do in Leominster 

Leominster is home to an exciting mix of attractions whether it’s the sports complexes, historic treasures or scenic open spaces. Here are some of the highlights in and around the area:

  • Oaker Wood Leisure
  • Grange Court
  • Leominster Golf Club
  • Folk Museum Leominster
  • Croft Castle and Parkland
  • Grove Golf and Bowl
  • Playhouse Cinema
  • Monkland Cheese Dairy
  • Leominster Leisure Centre
  • Berrington Hall
  • Queenswood Country Park
  • Hampton Court Castle and Gardens

Schools in the Area

Parents relocating to Leominster have an excellent choice of schools in and around the area. At the primary level, many opt for Leominster Primary or nearby Ivington C of E. Both are judged ‘good’ by the government watchdog Ofsted. In addition, the town is served by the renowned Westfield School which cares for pupils aged 2 to 19 with complex or severe learning difficulties.

Earl Mortimer College and Sixth Form Centre is the local secondary school. Opened in 2010 as a replacement for Minster College, it’s quickly gained a reputation for its excellent teaching standards and impressive facilities at the sixth form level.

Alternatively, parents have a choice of nearby independent schools which offer both day and boarding facilities. The most sought-after include Lucton School, Moor Park and Bedstone College. These are all easily reached from Leominster town centre.

History of Leominster

Leominster wasn’t always the tranquil market town it is today. A tumultuous history stretches back to the 7th century when the area was home to an Anglo Saxon royal estate and church. Later, the lands would be endowed to Reading Abbey by Henry I and a Benedictine priory was established. Although it prospered for over 80 years, the priory was reduced to rubble following an invasion by William de Braos in 1207.

Despite the ongoing invasions from the Welsh, and the town’s major involvement in the Wars of the Roses, Leominster continued to prosper. This growth was largely due to the internationally renowned wool of the area. As the home of the Ryeland sheep, the wool was considered the best in all of Europe. A burgeoning industry included several mills which employed many of the town’s residents.

Although this trade would later decline, Leominster became a thriving tourist destination after the arrival of the railway. That continues to this day as many visitors come to admire the well-preserved historic sights and explore the surrounding countryside.





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On Saturday 29th April, the newly formed Hospice Barbarians will be playing Luctonians RFC at Luctonians Mortimer Park in Leominster. Find out more here.



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