Chester is well known for being one of the oldest walled cities in the UK, with its history extending back nearly two millennia to the Romans. This can be seen via sites of historical significance such as the amphitheatre located on Little St John Street.

Chester has one of the finest and most picturesque racecourses in the UK, sitting just outside the walls adjacent to the river Dee. As a result of all this, Chester has formed a reputation for being a popular UK tourist destination.

Mason Owen is an extremely active property & asset manager in the city, currently overseeing a total of 54 assets for various landlord clients, with an estimated total rent role of £2.7 million p.a.

On an agency and investment basis, Mason Owen is currently retained on several properties for sale/to let and have disposed and acquired approx. 100,000 sq ft of real estate in the last two years.

Currently, Mason Owen is retained as marketing agents by an existing property management client for Three retail properties on St Werburgh Street which are now under offer and in solicitors’ hands. Comprising approximately 3,650 sqft, Director Peter Burke has successfully let 15-23 Frodsham Street to Magnet Kitchens. In terms of investment transactions, Director Andrew Scott has recently disposed of a multi let asset at 44/50 Bridge Street