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    About Us

    About Nigel Briggs & Co

    Nigel Briggs & Co are a enthusiastic and experienced team of Estate Agents which opened its doors in January 2008. Opening up at the beginning of The Great Recession is not for the faint hearted, but with a combination of good personal service, tenacity and hard work we have excelled beyond our expectations since launch.

    We are fronted by Nigel Briggs, a leading local estate agent who has covered South Buckinghamshire for over 30 years.

    Our aim is to offer you the Vendor or Purchaser a personal professional service with carefully chosen staff who have excellent negotiating skills, a depth of knowledge and the ability to act on their own initiative to the benefit of clients, both selling and buying.

    We trust that you will give us an opportunity to sell YOUR home.

    Nigel Briggs

    Nigel Briggs

    Managing Director

    Nigel Briggs was previously a director of the Frost Partnership and left in 2007 to take the plunge and start his own business. He has been based in the area for over 30 years and his local knowledge is second to none. Tenacity is his middle name.


    Damian Bartram


    Damian Bartram, who has over twenty eight years’ experience, coupled with an extensive understanding of Beaconsfield and London property markets is well versed in all aspects of property.

    History of The Old Estate Office

    (Home of Nigel Briggs & Co.)

    The building was built in the 18th century in Aylesbury End and served as the “Town Lock Up”. In 1768 Court records refer to the presence of a cage and stock to the front of the building while in 1778 there is also recorded that a whipping post was erected. Those held in the Lock Up were pick pockets and vagrants apprehended at the adjacent market.

    The building was conveniently situated as prisoners were taken from there to be tried at the nearby Saracens Head where the Court used to meet in the inn parlour.

    After the Police Station was built in 1870 it was used firstly as a warehouse then Spencer and Redheads Grocery Store, subsequently as Girl Guide Headquarters and had larger windows installed at that time.

    Just before the Second World War it became the Estate Office for Hall Barn and continued to be so until 1996 when the Estate Office was relocated to Home Farm on the Hall Barn Estate.

    The property was rented by various tenants and has now been occupied by Nigel Briggs & Co. Estate Agents and Auctioneers since 2008 to the present day.

    Nigel Briggs Estate Agents