Estate agent strengthens its Cotswold team

An experienced residential agent has joined an estate agent in the Cotswolds.

Savills has appointed Plum Fenton to join its team of prime residential experts in Gloucestershire and the surrounding area.

The Cotswolds native has lived in the region for more than 30 years and has a wealth of experience in residential sales, specialising in the upper end of the market.

She has joined from Haringtons buying agency where she focused on the prime London market. Prior to this, she spent eight years with Knight Frank.

Plum will work within the Savills Country Department – which specialises in the sale of country houses – leading on the Cotswolds and focusing on homes at above £2.5m in value.

Based in Savills global headquarters in London and the Cotswolds, Plum will work closely with the firm’s network of agents in Cirencester, Cheltenham, Stow, Banbury and Oxford.

She said: “I am thrilled to be joining Savills, a company that holds client service, it’s people and property at its core. For me this role is somewhat of a homecoming, combining my passion for connecting people and the place I’ve called home for my entire life.

“Aside from its beauty and connectivity, one of the huge draws to the Cotswolds is the range of lifestyles on offer. There are exceptional schools for families, tranquil villages for those in pursuit of a quieter life or endless opportunities to socialise. I am hugely energised by the opportunities my experience in the global property market will bring to the role and to build upon Savills excellent reputation throughout the region.”

Charles Elsmore-Wickens, dead of Cotswold residential region, added: “Plum’s appointment further strengthens our excellent coverage across the Cotswolds. She brings with her great energy, along with exceptional market knowledge, bolstering our collaborative approach between our local office experts and nationally and internationally focused Country House team.”

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