Randalls Residential Estate Agent is an independent estate agency. We are a family run estate agent specialising in the sale and rental of property in Basingstoke and the villages around, within a radius of some 15 miles.
Being fully independent and a family run business, we pride ourselves on our customer service, professional attitude and honest approach. We rely heavily on personal recommendations which speaks volumes about the service we offer. We are not constrained by “corporate red tape” meaning we can offer a more tailored, personal service to our clients and you will experience a high quality, professional level of customer service led from the front by Simon and Ben.
A trusted voice in the Basingstoke property market with over 30 years’ experience selling properties in the area and a combined experience of over 40 years in the Hampshire and London property markets.
The Barn, Cliddesden, RG25
Guide price £950,000
Randalls Residential Estate Agents. A particularly charming, detached Grade II Listed thatched barn conversion situated in the heart of this popular village.
St Michaels Close, North Waltham...
Guide price £535,000
Randalls Residential Estate Agents. Unexpectedly back on the market, this spacious detached three bedroom family home is situated close to the centre of the village and has a south facing...
Sherfield End, Sherfield On Lodd...
Guide price £900,000
Randalls Residential Estate Agents. A late Victorian Gothic wing of an early Victorian or Georgian Listed country house with 4 bedrooms, a guest annexe and large garden. No onward chain....
Basingstoke is a large and thriving town located in glorious north Hampshire countryside about 50 miles to the west of central London within easy driving distances of Reading and Newbury to the north and the county town of Winchester to the west. Once a sleepy market town it has grown considerably since the 1960’s and although it retains a nucleus of attractive older properties close to the town centre it is generally deemed to be a modern town with a dynamic property market with a comprehensive range of modern house to suit all budgets.
Basingstoke is an important economic centre with high levels of employment with a diverse range of successful local, regional and national companies and some leading international companies such as The A.A, Shire and De La Rue.
There are some lovely villages in the area from small rural hamlets like Tunworth and West Heath to much larger villages such as Oakley and Bramley. Popular villages surrounding include Old Basing with the ruins of Basing House, which once rivalled Hampton Court in size and opulence until being destroyed by Oliver Cromwell, and Sherborne St John which houses The Vyne, a National Trust mansion. Traditional villages such as North Waltham, Cliddesden, Sherfield on Loddon and Dummer retain their duckponds, village pubs and village schools, and along the Test valley are the villages of Deane, Overton, Southington, Laverstoke and Freefolk and the small, but popular, town of Whitchurch.
Educational needs are well served, which include some highly regarded village primary schools, notably The Priory in Charter Alley. There are many renowned Independent schools within driving distance which include Sherfield School in Sherfield on Loddon, Cheam in Headley and Lord Wandsworth in Long Sutton.
Commuting is excellent. Located on junctions 6 and 7 of the M3 London and the coast are within easy driving distance. Basingstoke station also offers extremely regular services to London Waterloo from 45 minutes, and there are additional mainline stations in Overton, Micheldever Station, Whitchurch and Hook and a branch line from Bramley.
Basingstoke holds a free live concert every July in the Memorial Park and during August, Car Fest South which is an annual motoring festival is held in nearby Laverstoke. The town holds its very own ‘Oktoberfest’ beer & food festival every October. The Bombay Sapphire Gin distillery tour is definitely worth a visit and situated in the village of Freefolk.
The main group of high street restaurants are found in Festival Place which is the main hub of the shopping centre within Basingstoke. Many good restaurants and traditional pubs can be found in the surrounding villages.
With a father in agency, it was inevitable that Ben too would find his way into the industry, but he fell to the lure of the big lights and started his career in Pimlico. Gradually he orientated we...Contact Ben Randall
Simon first became an agent in 1984 in Leighton Buzzard, becoming a manager the next year in Tring, and first moved to Basingstoke in 1988 to open an office for a national chain of estate agents. A...Contact Simon Randall