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Myddelton & Major Andover Office

When it comes to property dealings the people of Andover in Hampshire know they can trust the long-established firm of Myddelton & Major, which occupies a large distinctive red brick building in the heart of the town.

Myddelton & Major chartered surveyors and estate agents was founded in 1903 in the city of Salisbury, not far away from Andover, where it is still headquartered today.

The Andover Myddelton & Major office at 33 London Street in Andover is not just a branch, however – it is a thriving business in its own right, serving local property buyers, sellers and renters. The Andover office covers the surrounding area too, including the villages of Charlton, Thruxton, Red Post Bridge, Picket Piece and Goodworth Clatford.

Myddelton Major manages a large portfolio of commercial property for private and corporate clients, as well as offering residential property sales, lettings and a property management service in Andover and across the South West.

Myddleton & Major’s team in Andover is kept busy matching clients with homes for sale or rent, acting for the vendors of many different types of properties from new builds and barn conversions to country houses and thatched cottages.

The Andover office also handles commercial property sales and acquisitions, leases, investment and property management of industrial, retail and office space.

Our Andover Staff

Our dedicated and knowledgeable team in Andover is led by partner David Smith FRICS.

As a respected Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, with many years’ experience in the local property business, David is well-suited for heading up a small but committed team of property professionals in Andover, and also working with him is Alexis Northam, Negotiator in Residential Properties.

Of course, the Andover office also has access to the considerable resources of Myddelton & Major’s head office in Salisbury, which is fully staffed with surveyors, secretaries, administrators, negotiators and consultants.

How to find Myddelton & Major in Andover.

By Car

The Myddelton & Major Andover office postcode to use for SatNav or Google Directions is SP10 2NU.

From London it takes around two hours to drive to Andover along the M3, exiting at Junction 8 onto the A303, then on to the A3093. The distance is around 70 miles.

To reach Andover from Bristol take the M4 eastbound in the direction of London/Swindon, then exit at junction 15 on to the A346. Journey time is around an hour and a half and the distance is roughly 75 miles.

From Southampton you can reach Andover in around 40 minutes (30 miles) using a route via the M3 and A34.

Parking

The Test Valley Borough Council operates a number of long and short stay pay and display car parks in Andover.

Click here for details.

The closest car park to our London Street premises is The George Yard (West Side) car park at SP10 1PD, which has 60 spaces and a maximum stay of two hours.

By Train

Andover station is served and operated by South Western Railway.

Trains connect from and to here from London Waterloo, Exeter St Davids, Bristol Temple Meads, and Yeovil Pen Mill.

The Myddelton & Major Estate Agency in London Street, Andover, is about a five minute walk from the station via The Crossways, Charlton Road and Western Avenue.

There is no taxi rank at the station.

By Bus

National Express coaches have several services a day between London Victoria Coach station and West Street in Andover.

Average journey time is around 2h 30m.

National Express also has a Bristol to Andover connection (1h 30m) as well as Southampton to Andover (approximately an hour).

Local buses around the town and surrounding villages are run by StageCoach and Salisbury Reds.

Salisbury
For Residential Sales, Lettings and Commercial
01722 337 577

Commercial

01722 337 575

Residential Sales

01722 337 579

Residential Lettings

Andover
For Residential Sales, Commercial
01264 342 300

Commercial

01264 316 000

Residential Sales

Westbury
For Commercial
01264 342 300

Commercial

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