Estate agents Fenn Wright launches new branch in Sudbury

Fenn Wright colleagues outside the firm's new Sudbury office, from left, Joseph Hall, who is based i

Fenn Wright colleagues outside the firm's new Sudbury office, from left, Joseph Hall, who is based in Colchester and has been assisting the launch, and Jenny Olley, Sam Thornton, Janice Woodhouse, Tracy Wigens, Brady Catterwell, Graham Buxton, Sharon Thurgood and Jess Stanhope, who are all based at the new branch. - Credit: Archant

Estate agency Fenn Wright has opened its eighth office, with the launch of the new branch on Sudbury’s Market Hill following its acquisition in the town last year of long-established independent firm Thorntons.

Sam Thornton, previously owner of Thorntons, has joined Graham Buxton and the rest of the Fenn Wright team as an associate partner at the new branch.

Sam and Graham are leading a team of eight, which includes established Fenn Wright residential negotiator Jenny Olley and five new faces, all local to the area.

Alan Williams, managing partner at Fenn Wright, said: “We’re delighted to have opened the new Sudbury office; we are looking forward to helping more people find their perfect home and bringing exceptional service standards and straight forward, honest delivery to the local community.

“We’re excited to have Sam and his team on board alongside so many high calibre agents with unrivalled local knowledge and experience in the area.”


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Mr Williams said the expansion into Sudbury was a natural progression for the firm, with its offices in Stanway, near Colchester, and Ipswich already handling properties in and around the market town.

“The large number of medieval properties in and around Sudbury are aligned with Fenn Wright’s Signature range, making it the perfect fit,” he added.

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The Sudbury branch will specialise in residential sales and lettings but the team can also advise on commercial sales and lettings, development and investment, land ownership, rural and fisheries.

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