Woolley & Wallis Salisbury is located at 51-61 Castle St, Salisbury SP1 3SU, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Woolley & Wallis Salisbury and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Rachel Bowns

5 Google Rating

Woolley and Wallis gave us a sensible valuation, sold our property efficiently and were a pleasure

5/ 5

Woolley and Wallis gave us a sensible valuation, sold our property efficiently and were a pleasure to deal with. Professional, pleasant and reliable. If you are selling try this team. They always responded swiftly, and were hugely helpful in assisting with clearance and cleaners when needed.

Andrew Kibbey

5 Google Rating

Excellent saleroom. High quality and unique lots. A must for any antiques officianardo.

5/ 5

Excellent saleroom. High quality and unique lots. A must for any antiques officianardo.

Adam Budd

5 Google Rating

Being an estate agent myself, expectations were high! From the moment we had our offer accepted to t

5/ 5

Being an estate agent myself, expectations were high! From the moment we had our offer accepted to the day we got the keys, Richard kept us constantly in touch with updates, issues and went into incredibe depth to source information and resolve a potentially major issue with a party wall. Thank you Richard and the W&W team for all your hard work!

Patricia Nield

5 Google Rating

Lovely staff team, super helpful

5/ 5

Lovely staff team, super helpful

Tom Mans

5 Google Rating

Really pleased with the service we received, very friendly staff and would highly recommend.

5/ 5

Really pleased with the service we received, very friendly staff and would highly recommend.

Graham

5 Google Rating

Always very friendly and helpful. Love Woolley's but my bank balance doesn't. A good place to buy un

5/ 5

Always very friendly and helpful. Love Woolley's but my bank balance doesn't. A good place to buy unique, high quality antiques and fine art.

S Courtney

4 Google Rating

We're looking to buy a house right now. Unfortunately it's a seller's market and this is showing wit

4/ 5

We're looking to buy a house right now. Unfortunately it's a seller's market and this is showing with some estate agents. We have had good relations with Woolley and Wallis (Fordingbridge) as they sold our old house. We consider them to be a high quality company and there are some great people there. The issue we have had is that there has been one agent at Salisbury (and one at Fordingbridge) who when they show us round have been completely indifferent/uninterested in selling the property. My take on it is that as there are a high number of buyers around these individuals don't have to do anything. Kind of a 'I don't give a **** what you think of the property, it's going to sell anyway' attitude. I'm sure this isn't limited to W&W to be fair. Forewarned is forearmed! I wouldn't want to put anyone off though, there are some really great and friendly agents at Woolley and Wallis Salisbury who will do a good job and they do sell properties where others fail.

Milan Koshy

1 Google Rating

Service is not good....

1/ 5

Service is not good....

barnaby gower

5 Google Rating

Great team, great service and nothing is too much trouble.

5/ 5

Great team, great service and nothing is too much trouble.

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