A new estate agent has opened in Grange-over-Sands following the merger of Lowther Gardens solicitor Shirley M. Evans with Kendal-based Arnold Greenwood Solicitors.
Shirley, who has practiced in Grange since 1994, has welcomed the addition of a new branch of Arnold Greenwood Estate Agents alongside her legal offering following the merger in May.
She said: “It’s very exciting to have started this new chapter for the practice. I’m still here ready to help my clients in the way I always have, but I am now able to call on additional expertise to offer a wider range of services and help more people than ever before.
“The addition of the estate agency is another fantastic development and means that we can help clients to deal with the entire conveyancing process under one roof.”
Estate agency services at the Grange office are provided by the established Arnold Greenwood team of manager Dan Woolf and valuer Keeley Finlayson-Smith alongside Sophie Bainbridge, who joins the team as sales negotiator.
Dan said: “The new estate agency branch in Grange has got off to a great start. We had four properties on the books on the day we opened and we have had a steady flow of enquiries and visitors to the office ever since.
“We’re very happy to have the new branch up and running – it’s such a lovely area and everyone has been so welcoming.”
Established in Kendal in 1871, Arnold Greenwood covers a wide range of legal areas, including family and relationships, business and commercial property.
The merger means that a number of additional legal services including family law can be offered from the Lowther Gardens office, in addition to Shirley’s expertise in wills, probate, conveyancing, powers of attorney, and commercial property leases.
Partner Lee Hughes said: “Shirley’s track record of high-quality and personal service is outstanding, and we feel very fortunate to have welcomed her to the Arnold Greenwood team.
“The addition of our new estate agency in the Grange office gives us the opportunity to offer an additional service that builds on Shirley’s excellent work and reputation.”