Croft sees a record quar­ter

Yorkshire Post - Business - - BUSINESS / COMMERCIAL PROPERTY -

York-based prop­erty agent Croft Res­i­den­tial re­ported a record quar­ter for the busi­ness in July, Au­gust and Septem­ber, with sales across York­shire to­talling more than £39m.

Croft Res­i­den­tial spe­cialises in sell­ing ex­clu­sive and un­usual his­toric homes, as well as in land sales, across York­shire and the North.

The firm agreed a to­tal of 24 deals in the last three months, with sale prices rang­ing from £200,000 to £5.6m.

A derelict wind­mill, a 16th cen­tury York manor house that had re­put­edly been Oliver Cromwell’s bat­tle of Marston Moor head­quar­ters, and an off-plan sale in Har­ro­gate that set a record price per square foot for the town, have all featured among the sales han­dled by the busi­ness in the past three months.

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