Meller Braggins, established in 1836, is a Cheshire Estate Agent that uniquely combines extensive experience, local knowledge and a proactive, added value approach to buying, selling and renting property on the open market, as well as buying and selling property at auction. Our team has worked extensively in Knutsford, Altrincham and Wilmslow have exceptional local knowledge and are committed to going above and beyond to ensure you receive total peace of mind and reassurance that your needs are being met.
Richard comes from a background of Chartered Surveyors and property specialists. He started his career working for a large national chain of estate agents based just outside Manchester city centre before joining Meller Braggins in April 2000. From here Richard has gained a huge experience of the area in general and over the years has dealt with a wide variety of properties from the sale of a Water Tower to the house built and lived in by Sir Henry Royce of Rolls Royce fame in Knutsford. When away from work, one of Richards’s main hobbies is classic cars and he can be found trying to fix something on one which has inevitably broken. In addition to this, he enjoys travelling and running around after his children together with 3 cats and a dog!
Simon Middleton, BA (Hons)
Simon started his agency career in 2000 working for Savills PLC in Lincolnshire dealing with properties in the upper quartile of the market. He relocated to Cheshire in 2006 to open the Savills Wilmslow office. Prior to working for Meller Braggins Simon was a regional Director for Fine and Country, based in the Knutsford office. Simon has developed an expertise in the sale of country houses and prestige homes in South Manchester and Cheshire, he is also a specialist not only in the sale of residential property but also in the marketing of development sites, new homes, and farms, by private treaty, auction, and informal tender. Simon is a keen sailor and rock climber and during his spare time can be found racing his boat on inland waters around the UK or scaling remote crags in the Peak District.