The Woolley & Wallis office in Ringwood has opened its doors with a fresh new look and experienced team.Read more
On 21st September 1915 Stonehenge was sold at auction by the Antrobus family from Amesbury. John Turton Woolley of Woolley & Wallis acted for the purchaser Cecil Chubb, a local man born in Shrewton whose Father owned a Saddlery.Read more
Lucinda Stopford from our Shaftesbury Branch organized a very successful Charity Winter Ball in aid of Lymphoma and Leukaemia Research.Read more
Woolley & Wallis have been holding auctions since 1884 and experience counts. Success relies on generating tremendous interest and creating a competitive environment within the saleroom. We restrict our auctions to the Spring, Summer and early Autumn periods when demand for property is strongest. Our network of offices across central southern England provide unparalleled coverage and our breadth of departments and experience with all types of property, ensure that we are well placed to handle the sale of your property by auction.
Woolley & Wallis were very good and we were delighted that we managed to sell in such a smooth manner and we got the very best price. It was all very stress free and we were so pleased with the brilliant service that we received.
Vendor Mrs Thompson