Nicholas Heath

Chief Executive Officer, FNAEA, MARLA

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Nicholas has worked with the well respected Kings Group since 1980. He became a Main Board Director and joint owner of Kings in 1992 before acquiring the Kings Tunbridge Wells office in his own name in December 2010. He has lived and worked in the area for over 35 years and is thoroughly enjoying working with two of his four children (Gemma and Mike) in what has become a solid family business where clients receive a personal and unrivalled service. Nicholas has specialised in the residential sectors and has specific expertise at the higher end of the market place. He quotes “we move people, not the houses, so it is their interests that matter to us. 

Whilst Nicholas is an owner of the company, his role, is more as mentor as he currently resides in Spain with his wife Joy (Mum to Gemma and Mike) and their four dogs.

Latest sale listings for Tunbridge Wells

  • 1 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 1 living

Cunningham Close, Tunbridge Wells

Guide price £240,000

Kings Estates are pleased to offer this modern 1-bedroom end of terrace house with allocated off road parking, situated in a quiet cul de sac position within walking distance of...

For sale

  • 2 beds
  • 2 baths
  • 1 living

Exchange Mews, Culverden Park Ro...

Guide price £260,000

Guide Price £260,000 - £270,000. Kings Estates are delighted to offer this well appointed, purpose built two bedroom second floor (top floor) apartment that benefits from being well presented throughout...

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Latest lettings listings for Tunbridge Wells

  • 2 beds
  • 1 bath
  • 1 living

Grosvenor Road, Tunbridge Wells

£1200 pcm | Tenant Info -

Kings Estates are pleased to offer this impressive and stylish split level period maisonette located in a convenient town centre position within striking distance of the main shopping centre, popular...

To let

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The housing market can continue during lockdown in England

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, on 4 January, announced England will move to a new national lockdown that requires, under UK Coronavirus Alert Level 5, people must stay at home, except for limited exceptions.

House moves are a limited exception and, therefore, are still be permitted to go ahead. Guidance issued by the UK Government states people can still move home, however, people outside a household or support bubble should not help with moving, unless absolutely necessary.

Estate and letting agents and removal firms can continue to work with property viewings still also allowed if anyone is looking to move.

It has been stressed the importance of following the national guidance on moving home safely, which includes advice on social distancing, letting fresh air in, and wearing a face covering.

Housing market activity returned on 12 May 2020 in England and has continued ever since due to the Government's belief in the importance of the sector and confidence that agents are operating safely.

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