Selling and Letting your property with our Burton on Trent Branch


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Long established, and right up-to-date. Acquire Sales and Lettings began in the property business in 2007 , and since then we've grown to become one of the leading residential property specialists in Burton On Trent and Derby.

Our Burton on Trent Sales and Lettings office has been operating since day one and places itself as our head office. Our philosophy is to combine the resource and experience of a large business, with the personal attention and detail of a local, independent agency to ensure all of you receive the best possible property experience – no matter what your property needs. We’re not just your average estate agent. So, why not contact us to find out more about how we’re not just different, but better.

Selling your property in Stretton, Rolleston. Tutbury, Stapenhill, Winshill, Repton, Swadlincote, Overseal, Woodville and surrounding areas couldn’t be easier, thanks to our estate agents in Burton Town Centre. 

Whether the property for sale is an apartment, house or bungalow, we’ll ensure you get the best result in the sale of your property. We provide accurate valuations that reflect property values in Burton and Swadlincote. Once your property is for sale, you can use our online Sellers’ and Landlord Tracker to manage the sale of your property 24/7. Our branches in Littleover, Chellaston, Derby City Centre and Burton Town centre are open 6 days a week and we are ready to take your call, maximising interest in your property. As one of the leading estate agencies in the Derby region, Acquire Sales and Lettings is the first choice for buyers.

If you’re not in the covered areas listed but are looking for property valuation in the area, we have offices across Derby City, Chellaston, Littleover and Hilton, so you’re never far from one of our local estate agency branches.

Where and What is Burton On Trent?

Burton is a town on the River Trent in East Staffordshire. Burton has easy access to major cities around the country. The town is served by Burton-on-Trent railway station, which is accessed from the bridge on Borough Road. The station has two platforms, Platform One for Derby, Nottingham, London and the North, Platform Two for Tamworth, Birmingham and the South. The station is situated on the Cross Country Route, between the principal cities of Derby and Birmingham.

There are many local amenities found in the town centre including approximately 125 restaurants. Burton is situated on the major road link, A38. The town is also close to the A50, giving easy access to the M1.

The town's connection with the brewing industry is celebrated in The Burton Cooper a bronze sculpture, by James Walter Butler. It was commissioned in 1977 and depicts a local craftsman making a barrel. It originally stood opposite the market and was moved to its present location inside the Cooper's Square Shopping Centre in 1994.

The National Brewery Centre which celebrates the town's brewing heritage is its biggest tourist attraction. Claymills Pumping Station on the north side of Burton is a restored Victorian sewage pumping station, adjacent to the modern sewage works. Until 2006, one of Burton's most distinguishable landmarks was the Drakelow Power Station, just south of Burton on the opposite side of the River Trent. The cooling towers have since been demolished. In 1950 Burton Albion were founded.

Having moved from Eton Park to the Pirelli Stadium in 2005, Burton Albion became the town's fourth Football League club in 2009 after winning the Football Conference. The team now plays in League One, the third tier of the English football league system, following a promotion in the 2014-15 season after several years in League Two.

Burton is also the location of the National Football Centre, Also known as St Georges Park, which opened in 2012.