Wakeman Estate Agents in Dudley
Monday to Friday - 9:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday - 9:00am - 1:00pm
Sunday - Closed
About Wakeman Estate Agents in Dudley
Wakeman Chartered Surveyors & Estate Agents in Dudley was established in 1992 by Nick Wakeman, when he took over the ownership of the Sedgley Office of Scriven & Co.
The Firm offers a wide range of property services with the two partners, Nick Wakeman and John Brown, both being experienced Chartered Surveyors.
We deal with a wide variety of residential properties, both for sale and to let, together with commercial sales lettings and rent reviews being dealt with through our Dudley Commercial Office. In addition we are able to provide clients with survey and valuation advice, and are associated with Allied Surveyors & Valuers, a national surveying company.
All properties that are for sale or to let are fully marketed through Team; this is a powerful network of independent estate agents, all multi-listing each others’ properties.
Our Company strives to be a customer focused business, having built a reputation of providing an honest and well informed approach, where quality service is paramount.
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Sedgley is a popular residential area with a busy village centre, mainly made up of local traders.
It is situated between Dudley and Wolverhampton, adjoining open green belt countryside, yet within easy commuting distance of all of the major commercial West Midlands centres.
A famous landmark in Sedgley is Sedgley Beacon, one of the highest points in the West Midlands, with excellent panoramic views in all directions. Cotwall End Valley and Baggeridge Country Park are only a short distance from the centre of Sedgley and the town offers a good range of shops, leisure and educational facilities.
Dudley town centre is the administrative heart of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council. It has a long heritage associated with industry due to the rich reserves of minerals in the area, such as coal, limestone and iron ore, and it also has historic buildings, such as the Priory Ruins, Dudley Castle, which forms part of Dudley Zoological Society Gardens, and also the World renowned Black Country Living Museum.
The town is situated in the heart of the Black Country, with excellent road and public transport communications throughout the area, as well as having a large number of commercial retail developments, including the Merry Hill Centre, approximately 3 miles away at Brierley Hill.