The Blackmore Group has appointed estate agent Purplebricks to market homes on its exclusive St Augustine’s Church development in Greater Manchester. This development is a Blackmore Bonds project which is currently developing schemes across the country.
Nine high-end, two bedroom apartments have been created as part of a £1m residential transformation of the derelict church.
Careful consideration has been given to preserve the Cheadle Heath building’s period features and the development will retain all the original windows, pillars and its distinct tower.
Beginning of a partnership
The Blackmore Group’s Managing Director Patrick McCreesh chose to partner with Purplebricks because of the fairness, transparency and convenience it offers customers.
‘We chose Purplebricks because it operates 24/7 and their service is incredibly popular with consumers.
‘The Blackmore Group are pleased to be marketing this scheme with Purplebricks and building a relationship that will accelerate the growth of both companies, with plenty of developments in the pipeline over the next few months. It’s the start of a great partnership.’
Stuart Richards, Purplebricks, said: ‘We’re delighted to be working with the Blackmore Group on this prestigious development. Independent research from Which? shows that on average, hybrid estate agents sell properties 38 days faster than their traditional counterparts and we’re sure these homes will sell even quicker, because they are just so stunning!’