Marchand Petit's Totnes Estate Agents office opened in 2001 and has been a dominant and productive office in the area ever since. The location of our Queen Anne period office with its welcoming and comfortable atmosphere is on The Plains, an ever popular level riverside area of Totnes, with parking nearby. Our friendly and professional sales team has many years’ experience between them in selling houses from smaller apartments to larger country houses and estates. Our team is dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service to clients and customers who are looking to purchase their dream home in Totnes and the neighbouring villages.
Villages served by the Marchand Petit office in Totnes range from the edge of the scenic Dartmoor National Park to the beautiful coast of Churston Ferrers, along the A381 to the quintessential Devon countryside villages of Ashprington, Harberton, Harbertonford and Halwell. The office also covers the north side of Totnes villages including Staverton and Broadhemspton.
If you are considering selling your home or are a landlord looking to let your property, please contact us now to make an appointment with one of our property experts, who will visit and provide a bespoke valuation that takes into account the individuality and unique identity of your home. Click here to view property for sale in Totnes or Contact us.
We also have a well established Lettings team who are incredibly successful in the Totnes area who would be happy to be of help to landlords or tenants looking to let or rent a property.
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WatersideThe Plains Totnes Devon TQ9 5YS
01803 847 979
01803 416 115
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm
Sunday viewings by appointment
If you are thinking of a move to Totnes, our specific area information will help you learn more about one of the UK's oldest towns. Located on the River Dart, its long history is evident by the number of 16th and 17th century merchant houses lining the main high street. Totnes still thrives as a centre for commerce and there are a range of facilities for artists, painters and musicians.