Blue Bell Hill Estate Agent

Why chose me to sell your Blue Bell Hill property?

Selling a property can be an exciting and exhilarating experience but it can also be an anxious, nervous process if not managed properly, with care. I’m on hand to help you every step of the way. Your personal Blue Bell Hill Estate Agent.

After dedicating the last 10 years to the property industry the time is right to use my expertise and extensive knowledge to lead and grow my own Estate Agency business.

My goal is to be the go to person for anything property in Blue Bell Hill, to improve the perception of estate agents within my community and be your estate agent for life, not just the estate agent.

During my career I’ve witnessed flaws in the estate agency model we all know, from dealing with someone different from the person you employed and put all your faith into, to the lack of communication and honesty. My guarantee of service gives you piece of mind that the flaws you may have experienced in the past are eradicated when working with me as your estate agent on Blue Bell Hill.

Personal service with the highest level of integrity is my priority. From informal advice to a friendly chat, I’m available to my clients in Blue Bell Hill 24 hours a day, seven days a week. I offer a unique, straightforward approach to help make the buying or selling process as stress-free as possible. Find out more about my services here.

Living in the local area my whole life, I’m here to offer my honest, expert opinion built on years of experience. Completely dedicated to your move from start to finish whilst being personable and professional. Your agent for life, not just for this move.

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What makes me different to every other Blue Bell Hill estate agent?

I’m passionate about personal service and the highest level of integrity.

With just over a decade in the property industry I’ve decided to branch out on my own to take full responsibility for every decision made, enabling me to deliver a truly bespoke service.

For my sellers on Blue Bell Hill I have the experience and skill to accurately value your property. We’ll work collaboratively on a tailored marketing strategy to suit your individual family home and future plans.

Why I Love Being an Estate Agent in Blue Bell Hill

Sharing in my client’s journey and that, often life changing, experience of buying or selling a property is still a great motivator.

My Mission Statement

To be the go to person with all things property in Blue Bell Hill; a trusted source of information and expert advisor. To start a professional relationship that will continue on for many years.

I am a member of The Property Ombudsman (TPO) which demonstrates commitment to Professional Standards backed up by the TPO codes and redress service.

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Blue Bell Hill Area Guide

Blue Bell Hill is a chalk hill between Maidstone and Rochester in the English county of Kent. It overlooks the River Medway and is part of the North Downs. Settlements on the hill include the Walderslade suburb of Chatham and the villages of Blue Bell Hill and Kit’s Coty. During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries much of the hill was quarried for chalk. The hill is a 5-hectare (12-acre) nature reserve which is managed by Kent Wildlife Trust. It is also part of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Wouldham to Detling Escarpment Sites of Special Scientific Interest. A picnic area serves as a rest point for walkers on the North Downs Way which runs along the top of the hill, whilst the prehistoric trackway of the Pilgrims’ Way skirts its foot. A modern crematorium also surmounts the hill. The A229 dual carriageway follows the route of a former Roman road and climbs the hill, today linking the M2 and M20 motorways. High Speed 1 runs beneath the hill, via the North Downs Tunnel.

Blue Bell Hill Property Information

Property Prices on Blue Bell Hill

Properties in Blue Bell Hill had an overall average price of £536,500 over the last year.

The majority of sales in Blue Bell Hill during the last year were detached properties, selling for an average price of £571,000. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £295,000.

Overall, sold prices in Blue Bell Hill over the last year were 11% up on the previous year and 15% up on the 2017 peak of £464,526.

Top 5 most desirable streets to live on in Blue Bell Hill

Warren Road

Mill Lane

The Downs

Common Road

Robin Hood Lane

Average House Prices in Blue Bell Hill

Detached house: £571,000

Semi-detached house: £295,000

Top 5 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Blue Bell Hill over the last 12 months

265, Robin Hood Lane, Blue Bell Hill, ME5 – £632,000

257, Robin Hood Lane, Blue Bell Hill, ME5 – £605,000

5, Laurie Gray Avenue, Blue Bell Hill, ME5 – £530,000

47, Keefe Close, Blue Bell Hill, ME5 – £500,000

5, Roman Close, Blue Bell Hill, ME5 – £500,000

(Figures supplied by Rightmove & Zoopla | December 2022)

My Pick of Things To Do On Blue Bell Hill

BlueBells Catering and Tea Room, Maidstone Road, Blue Bell Hill

Holcombe and Blue Bell Hill Cricket Club, Common Road, Blue Bell Hill

The Robin Hood Pub, Common Road, Blue Bell Hill


9 Staging Secrets to Get Your Blue Bell Hill Property Sold

Staging your house in Blue Bell Hill for sale can make a huge difference to the offer you receive and the length of time it sits on the market. In fact the latest statistics suggest a staged home will sell on average 25% quicker than one that hasn’t been.

So, here are 9 staging secrets to get your Blue Bell Hill home sold:


When you say declutter to someone the first thing that springs to mind is clearing out wardrobes or kitchen cupboards. But have you ever thought of decluttering your furniture? A professional stager actually removes half a homeowner’s furniture to make a house look bigger. So have a look around and see what you can throw out, pack away or pop into storage for a few months.


A common staging misconception is that pushing your furniture up against a wall instantly makes the room look bigger. However, the truth is, to make your room look bigger and more inviting then it’s best to float your furniture in each room away from the walls. Just remember to make sure that your furnishings are placed where traffic can still flow through the room.


Get rid of that spare room that has only ever collected boxes or other junk and turn it into something functional. Make it into an extra bedroom, a home office or reading room. Buyers want to see themselves living in the property and this helps them to do that.


Great lighting is a must when you’re staging your home for sale. You can flood a room with natural light if you put mirrors on the walls opposite light sources. Also, make sure you include table lamps and floor lights in your rooms as that creates ambient lighting. Never use the light in the middle of your room as your main source of light as it won’t show your room off to its best.


If you’ve a bright pink room or have invested in wallpaper that has a unique pattern then a fresh lick of paint can go a long way. Off-white, creams and neutral soft greys can transform your home into a modern fresh canvas for a potential buyer. If you do want to be a bit bold then please make sure it’s only on a feature wall.


Fancy flowers and floral arrangements can be pricey but you can get the same effect with a simple bunch of flowers from the supermarket or by picking some flowers from your garden. Just keep the arrangement simple and throw in a little bit of colour. Flowers can instantly bright up a room.


Give your kitchen an instant facelift by painting cabinet doors or drawers or by vinyl wrapping them. It’s a cost effective solution and the results can be incredible. Also, tackle your bathroom by freshening up the grouting or sealant for quick results.


Unfinished home repairs can really put off potential home buyers. If you need to touch up the paintwork on a chipped banister or replace a wonky door handle then please do it. Don’t give a buyer ammunition to negotiate a lower price for your home. So finish those repairs you’ve been meaning to do for years and you’ll reap the rewards.


We’ve saved the best for last because this is the most important tip- clean your house from top to bottom. A dirty house is a massive turn off for potential buyers. Make sure your home is spotless, scrub the kitchen and bathrooms and eliminate any odours- especially if you’ve pets or smoke. If you can afford it then get professional cleaners to come in and blitz the place, as buyers want a nice, fresh welcoming family home they can see themselves building a life in.

So, there we have it, just a few simple, affordable tips that can make a huge difference to the sale of your property on Blue Bell Hill.

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Thinking of selling your property in Blue Bell Hill? Get in touch today for a FREE home valuation.

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