The Frost Partnership Estate Agents in Gerrards Cross
Covid-19 Notice Property viewings can still take place, subject to stringent social distancing guidelines. The safety of our customers and that of our staff remains of paramount importance and we have strict safeguarding protocols and procedures in place.
Please contact your local Frost office (details below) by telephone or email in the normal way and we will answer any property questions you may have with up to date guidance and professional advice. We wish you well and look forward to hearing from you.
Gerrards Cross office covers: Gerrards Cross, Fulmer, Iver, Iver Heath, Stoke Poges, Denham, Hedgerley, Farnham Common, Farnham Royal, Wexham.
Richard Kew Associate Director for Gerrards Cross
Born in Chalfont St Peter, Richard has worked in and around Gerrards Cross for over 30 years. He heads a highly motivated and knowledgeable team who have sold thousands of homes between them. With experience of selling in all sectors of the market, it is without doubt the intimate knowledge of the South Bucks area that provides a solid backdrop to the advice Richard and his team in Gerrards Cross give – over 100 years of combined agency background gives them a level of confidence unrivalled in the area.
Matthew Craft Sales Manager
Tenacity, dedication and detailed local market knowledge make Matthew a valuable part of the Gerrards Cross team. He has been an estate agent locally for the past 20 years.
Caroline Scott Senior Lettings Negotiator
With extensive experience in lettings administration and property management, Caroline has an eye for detail, efficiency and excellent customer service making her popular with tenants and landlords alike. She is a valued member of the lettings team; her efficient and dependable approach maintains Frosts' professional reputation with landlords and tenants, ensuring The Frost Partnership is always first to be recommended.
Gerrards Cross has remained one of England’s most sought after villages outside of London thanks to its good selection of local schools and direct commuter links into London. The first Frost office opened here in 1906. The town has a first class rail service to Marylebone whilst a number of motorway networks are within easy striking distance. There are a number of boutique style shops along with a Marks and Spencer food hall and other leading supermarkets. Numerous private schools can be found around the town and the area is within catchment for grammar schools. Rich in its variety Gerrards Cross offers a delightful semi rural environment that appeals to all.