Why Choose GTH?
Qualified Rural Valuers
Our experienced professionals are RICS and/or CAAV qualified valuers. In fact, collectively our team have over 100 years professional experience. We have long-standing relationships with many farming families in the region and understand the challenges and opportunities they face.
A Wide Audience
Our 19 office network across Somerset, Devon and Dorset ensures we have the reach and contacts to get your property noticed. Promotion includes publicity at Sedgemoor, Europe’s largest one day market - a thriving hub of activity for many local rural families. Further afield, our Mayfair Office in London means your property will be visible to national and international audiences.
Marketing Your Property
We ensure your property is presented at its best through bespoke brochures complemented by drone videos and photography. Digitally our coverage is far reaching on social media and via our website as well as through Rightmove, UK Land & Farms and OnTheMarket.
We also organise adverts in local, regional and national press and promote properties at local agricultural shows and events.
It’s Also Good To Know…
We regularly team up with other professional firms in the South West to provide up-to-minute advice on issues that affect the rural community.
Our Antiques Saleroom staff have expertise in valuing items for probate, insurance and family division purposes.
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Based in South Somerset, Charles is a Trustee of a large local farming trust and was previously a Trustee of the Somerset Community Foundation, a charity dedicated to helping disadvantaged people and groups in Somerset and he remains in contact with this charity. Charles is also Chairman of Somerset County Cricket Club, a club he has been passionate about since he first saw Somerset play at the County Ground in Taunton in 1967.
Will now focuses on all rural property matters and deals primarily with the professional valuation and sale of farms, equestrian property, smallholdings and land, applications for the Basic Payment Scheme and is also familiar to many farmers throughout the South West as an auctioneer at Sedgemoor Auction Centre where he sells stirks.