20 Ocean Village Promenade, Ocean Village GX11 1AA
Chestertons is the largest estate agent in Gibraltar. Every year we are trusted by hundreds of people to help them sell, let, rent and buy property in Gibraltar.
Although we are an international company with a global reach, we fully embrace our role as the local agent. Our team knows the open market in Gibraltar like no one else and are able to provide our clients with local advice whilst having the resource and contacts at an international level.
Using in-depth market knowledge and vast industry experience, our expert teams specialise in all areas of the property market including: sales and lettings; short lets; commercial property advice; property management; development consultancy; market appraisals; relocation and raising debt or equity for property projects.
We pride ourselves on our independence and professionalism and we were instrumental in the launch of the Estate Agents' Code of Conduct in 2015. We reach out to the community in which we operate. We regularly support local charitable events and we sponsor a local football team.
The dialect of Gibraltar is Llanito, a dialect of Andalusian Spanish laced with English, Genoese, Maltese and Portugese.The Telegraph
Managing Director, Gibraltar
Having over twenty five years experience in the UK managing Estate Agencies Paul moved to Gibraltar in 2017. Paul loves the values and practices of Chestertons in addition to the exciting ventures in the pipeline.
Gibraltar is a welcome home for any UK expat or traveller and a “little slice of England” for anyone coming from further afield. It offers UK high-street shops as well as smaller boutiques, perfumeries, IT and gadget shops and a range of delights for any keen shopper.
For anyone wanting more than shops, the Gibraltar Museum is a treat – filled to the brim with artefacts, models, displays and even mummies. There’s also plenty to keep you entertained including an ice skating rink, two cinemas screens, ten pin bowling lanes, an amusement arcade, restaurants and bars and a gym all housed in King’s Bastion Leisure Centre and a lovingly restored military fortress that was once used to defend Gibraltar against invading forces during the 18th century.
For worship, tranquillity or reflectiveness, visit Kings Chapel, St Andrews Church, Holy Trinity Cathedral, The Great Synagogue and the Flemish Synagogue or Catholic Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned.
The upper town offers a treat for anyone wanting to learn more about Gibraltar’s history or just explore the Rock. Including St Michael’s Cave, the Moorish Castle, the Great Siege Tunnels and WWII tunnels, Princess Caroline’s Battery and, of course, not forgetting the Apes Den.