About Us

Davies & Partners, estate agents in Brackley is not just a business - it's a way of doing business. It has a style and a culture vastly different from that of many of its competitors.

We believe that every customer is of the utmost importance and our strongest belief is that our continued success owes its good fortune to this one simple philosophy; that we treat each and every customer and client as we ourselves would wish to be treated and that's why we act for return customers time and time again.

Davies & Partners origins date back over four decades having served the local community since that time, not just by effectively and efficiently selling and letting residential property, but by our active involvement in various clubs and organisations and through local sponsorships. The Partners and Staff live locally and are interested and involved in the area, continuing the social and community support ethos established by the founding Partners, from whom the trading name is derived and who retired in 1992. Beryl Green and George Britchfield purchased the business in 1992 each having already served more than 20 years with Davies & Partners. In 2014 two additional Partners were brought on board to further drive the business forward. Both Alex Britchfield and Royston Williams have extensive experience in property sales, lettings, property management and have been members of the Davies & Partners team for many years before taking up their new roles.

We look forward to working with you in achieving your property goals in an ever-changing market.

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Brackley is ideally situated in Northamptonshire, close to the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire borders. Northampton, Oxford, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes are each 25 or less miles away and Buckingham, Banbury, Towcester and Bicester are each 12 or less miles away. The M1 Junction 15a is approximately 16 miles to the north and M40 Junction 10 is approximately 6 miles to the south. In history, in 1215 representatives of King John met the barons at Brackley and Magna Carta was to have been signed at Brackley Castle but was later signed at Runneymede. St James Chapel in the Market Place is believed to be the oldest building in Great Britain in continuous use by a school, Magdalen College School was founded in Brackley in 1548. The modern Brackley town has a population of about 15,000 and expansion plans will add a further 5,000 over the next 10 years and facilities and amenities are planned to grow with the town.

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