Marsh & Parsons’ Camden estate agency office, opened in October 2014, is perfectly located in the heart of Camden, on the corner of the iconic Parkway and Arlington Road.
The team offers residential sales and lettings services in Camden and its surrounding area, including Primrose Hill to the west, Kentish Town to the north, and beautiful Regent’s Park to the south.
This energetic area of London offers an eclectic range of property; from imposing family mansions overlooking Regent’s Park, to charming maisonettes just moments from the vibrant Camden markets. The boutique shops, contemporary cafés and culinary delights appeal to all, and the famous Camden Lock provides entertainment for locals and tourists alike.
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Reviews for the Camden branch
2 weeks ago
Great experience, would recommend!
Our sales manager Jack at Marsh & Parsons in Camden gave us solid advice throughout the process and always made himself available to speak about our property and all leads they were chasing. In the end, Jack was able to secure a buyer and get us to closing very quickly and efficiently. We would highly recommend!
1 month ago
Excellent team of agents who worked very hard to achieve our sale.
Marsh and Parsons parkway branch were very professional in their conduct with me. They persevered with endless endeavour to achieve a sale. Jack the branch manager kept us in the loop in terms of communications and discussed strategic approaches on how to best achieve a sale. Particular reference to Ethan whom I congratulate for his efforts that eventually paid dividends.
7 months ago
Certainly better than any other London estate agents
They have sold two flats for me in a difficult market. It's in the tough time that you see who the people really are. Looking back, I think they have done an amazing job both time. The communication was good, the staff if highly qualified and smart. They were honest. They followed up with the buyers very well and during the conveyancing process helped as much as one could. They have a good reach and they did bring buyers from their other branches which was a critical point for me: not just rely on the local branch database and/or Internet advertising.