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Whitegates have been helping the people of Wrexham move home for over 20 years and in that time the property industry has undergone many changes. Needless to say Whitegates have moved with the times and are able to offer you the complete moving service from modern and traditional property advertising to caressing and progressing sales through from start to finish with complete expertise and experience. In-fact we don’t simply sell your property, we help you move!
The office is situated on the popular King Street in the Town Centre, a busy street with the bus station, shop mobility services and short term parking which provides our customers with the utmost convenience.
Ddisgwyliwn llwybreiddia at yn canfod 'ch 'ma i mewn Wrecsam
(We look forward to seeing you here in Wrexham)
History Wrexham has rapidly developed from a small market town to a thriving town with numerous modern facilities including a multi million pound shopping and leisure centre, various retail parks along with the Racecourse football ground home to Wrexham FC and The Crusaders rugby league team. A national trust hotspot is Erddig Hall with its fabulous gardens and wildlife. The university 'Glwyndwr' is home to 8000 students.
In Wrexham itself, houses there are many larger Victorian terraces with modest gardens, perfect for families and young professionals also in recent years a range of modern apartments have arrived. Moving west is the picturesque village of Bwlchgwyn (the highest village in Wales), which is also popular with families, offering a range of larger detached properties and charming cottages. North-east of Wrexham is the village of Holt that sits on the banks of the River Dee, separating Wales from England. The village itself has a charming centre with boutiques and small shops. The properties range from period to modern cul-de-sacs. A touch further out from the Town centre is Marfod and Rossett with Marfod Hill being laden with expensive executive homes of all sizes.
With its vibrant cafe culture and bustling nightlife offering a range of bars and restaurants, High Street creates a happening hub. The beast (Monday) market and the monthly farmers market supplements the wide range of shops on offer, including delis, butchers and greengrocers, meaning you don't necessarily have to venture to one of our many supermarkets. The A483 runs alongside the many villages and forms a main artery of services and transport links. The compact design of Wrexham means that the other areas within this patch are within a short distance of these facilities and those of the city centre itself. For sports and fitness fans, Wrexham Football Club's ground is a few minutes' walk from most homes in the area.
Wrexham has good road links with the A483 leading one way to Chester and beyond on the M53. The other way the A483 leads you to the historical market town of Oswestry and further to Shrewsbury.
Wrexham Town Centre has a modern bus station offering frequent services to all its villages and to Chester. There are 2 train stations, Wrexham Central and Wrexham General again offering transport to all villages and beyond including the Direct Wrexham to London train.
Points of Interest
Wrexham offers Erddig Hall part of the national trust land with excellent walks, period hall, along with pond and wildlife. Also the historical Racecourse or Cae Ras (in Welsh) stadium home to Wrexham FC and the Crusaders rugby league team. Wrexham is also proud to have Eagles Meadow the multi million pound shopping and entertainment centre home to a multiscreen Cinema, Ten pin bowling, restaurants and large stores such as Debenhams and Marks and Spencer. Eagles meadow also has over 1000 parking spaces to accommodate.