Property agent Fenn Wright to launch new Woodbridge branch

Alistair Mitchell and Charlie Wright, both partners at Fenn Wright, outside the firm's new Woodbridg

Alistair Mitchell and Charlie Wright, both partners at Fenn Wright, outside the firm's new Woodbridge office which is due to open next month. Picture: Fenn Wright - Credit: Archant

Essex and Suffolk-based estate agents and chartered surveyors firm Fenn Wright is to open a new branch in Woodbridge, just a year after launching a Sudbury office.

The latest Fenn Wright office, set to open on April 19, will be located at Nunn’s Mill, Quayside, part of the new Whisstocks development.

Alan Williams, managing partner, said: “Fenn Wright is committed to expanding its footprint across Essex and Suffolk, and Woodbridge is a logical next step for the business. We’ve been based in Ipswich for over 250 years, and more recently, we have established a successful branch in Kesgrave too.

“We have confidence in our brand and our people. We believe we can replicate the success of our Ipswich and Kesgrave offices for those wishing to buy, sell or rent residential and commercial property in and around Woodbridge.”

“The outstanding success of our Sudbury branch since its opening in 2017 has re-enforced that confidence. Our presence across Essex and Suffolk puts us in a prime position to bring greater numbers of buyers to the Woodbridge market. In particular, the double ripple effect of people moving from London into Essex and then further out into Suffolk areas is something that we have successfully facilitated.”


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He added: “Our offering in Woodbridge will combine the best of modern agency practice, with unsurpassed local knowledge, and outstanding customer service. Clients are increasingly aware that simply putting a property on Rightmove is just not enough to clinch a sale.”

The Woodbridge branch will be headed by Fenn Wright partner Charlie Wright.

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The premises were let to Fenn Wright by Penn Commercial, acting on behalf of FW Properties and Investec Bank. Paul Keen of Penn Commercial said: “We wish Fenn Wright every success with their new venture.”

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