CJ Hole estate agents celebrates its 25th year
CJ Hole estate agents is celebrating its 25th anniversary this
Since first opening in Burnham in February 1991, CJ Hole has grown
from strength to strength, selling thousands of properties in
Originally opened by Edward Creswick and Michael Applegate along
with secretary Maureen Ackroyd, now Maureen Philp, the flagship
office was located on the corner of Victoria Street and College
Now in the High Street the business is independently owned by
Edward Creswick as part of a franchise network of over 20 CJ Hole
offices spread across Somerset, Bristol, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire.
is part of a team of experienced property specialists who make
sure no opportunity is ever missed for tenants, landlords, homebuyers
said: "We are fiercely proud to be independent local estate
agents, experts in our own area but with the backing of like-minded
agents trading under the same banner in the wider region."
in 1991, you could buy a two bed flat in Briar Court for £40,000,
a two bed bungalow in Rosewood for £55,000 and a four bed
detached in North Burnham for £90,000, houses priced at
half a million were almost unheard of here!"
The company has won several awards, notably Gold in The Times
and Sunday Times Best Medium Estate Agency (South West) 2014 and
Gold in The Times and Sunday Times Best Medium Letting Agency
(South West) 2015.
part of the celebrations, the Burnham-On-Sea office has pledged
to support its chosen charity of the year, Somerset Breast Cancer
all new instructions received in February, CJ Hole with Edward
Creswick will donate £25 per property to this worthwhile
the office plans to run a Charity Cake and Coffee morning on Tuesday,
February 23rd, from 10am to noon, to raise more money. Edward
is also hoping to take part in a sky dive in early summer.
He added: "We are delighted to support Holly Macbeth and
her team of fundraisers at the Somerset branch of Breast Cancer
Now. Many of us at the office have known friends and family who
have been directly affected by Breast Cancer and we wanted to
add our support in raising awareness and much need funds for research."
Mike Applegate, Edward Creswick, Maureen Philp and Di Applegate
looking back through a scrapbook of old photos and adverts from
1991 when they first opened