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About Us

Bonnington Square estate agency and social enterprise was established by Lorna Reed in 2021. We want to change the perception of estate agents by doing things differently; transforming the process of purchasing a home from what so many currently find transactional and stressful, to being meaningful and enjoyable.​

Understanding your property

It takes time to fully understand a property and what makes it special. We spend time getting to know you, the home you've created and the local area in which it sits. 

We carefully tell the stories of the spaces and describe how they are used both in the property listing, and when we conduct viewings. We aren't a silent onlooker, we welcome the viewer in and actively and knowledgeably talk them through each wonderful aspect of the property so they fully understand the value of what's on offer. 

Architectural studies​

We offer architectural studies for properties that present an opportunity, to explain ways of remodelling and refurbishing.

Internally or externally, spatially or sustainably, we can investigate and visualise opportunities for potential buyers who may be looking for a project or a home that they can make their own. This study can be presented to prospective buyers and help increase the market price by clearly showing what's possible in terms of development or renovation of the home. 

Atmospheric Photography​

Photography is very difficult to get right, and the best details, spaces and angles of a home can often be missed. We are specialists in architectural and property photography. This means we not only capture the spaces well, but the nature and atmosphere of the home and how it's lived in. 


What makes us a social enterprise?


​We sponsor a bed for a young person experiencing homelessness for a whole year, for every home sold through our agency.

We are working in aid of Centrepoint, an amazing charity who work to provide homeless young people with accommodation, health support and life skills in order to get them back into education, training an employment. Centrepoint want to end youth homelessness by 2037, and so do we. 

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