Monday to Friday – 8.45am – 6pm
Saturday – 8.45am – 5pm
Sunday – By appointment


21 High Street

01621 735005


Estate Agents Maldon

Within all our branches the staff at Temme English pride themselves on being proactive and service driven. Our many five-star reviews across Google and Facebook reiterate this along with the reassuring company policy of a no tie-in contract.

Temme English was established in May 2010 by partners Carl Temme and Steve English, Temme English is a multi-award-winning professional sales and letting estate agents in Basildon, Colchester, Maldon, Stanford-le-Hope and Wickford in Essex.

As an independent business, our success depends entirely on delivering high-quality service and excellent results for our customers and clients and we place you at the heart of everything we do. Our well-sited offices are open long hours, seven days a week.

If you are looking for hard-working Estate Agents in Maldon then please phone us on 01621 735005, or send us an email 

Meet the team

Steve lives locally in Great Totham and his children both attend Great Totham School & Nursery. Like Carl, Steve became an estate agent in 1995 on what was then called the Youth Training Scheme (YTS). Steve believes that the levels of customer service have improved significantly during his time in the industry and welcomes the many new regulations to put a better trust in our industry.

Steve English (MNAEA, MARLA)

Harry is new to the industry and we have high hopes for him. Harry is often out and about showing buyers around property and helps maintain a high customer service level in the Maldon office. Harry is ambitious and left college to become an estate agent, he is currently studying to gain a qualification. Harry lives in St. Lawerence Bay and in his spare time plays football and likes to socialise with friends.

Harry Brooking

Carl became an estate agent in 1995 and, together with Steve English, founded Temme English in May 2010.

Carl is particularly proud of having established a successful business during challenging trading conditions and puts the success down to a combination of working with great people, undying enthusiasm and hard work. He cites the growing use of technology as the biggest and fastest-moving change during his time in the industry.

Carl Temme (MNAEA) (MARLA)

Louise is our Lettings Director and is well experienced in this field. With an ever-growing portfolio, Louise never lets complacency get the better of her. Louise ensures people are treated fairly and that the team are at hand all hours of the day. Louise has a large family and enjoys spending time with them. Louise lives in Maylandsea.

Louise Sampson (MARLA)

Alisha is our Lettings Manager, our shining star, always happy and full of energy with a wealth of knowledge and advice, she loves to share.

Alisha started her career in Estate Agency when she was only 16, so she has already dedicated eight years doing what she does best and loves to do! In her spare time, Alisha is a real family person. Being one of five girls, she spends much of her spare time with her lovely family

Alisha Mercer (MARLA)

Kay is the newest member of our lettings, and she’s already becoming extremely hands-on with the day-to-day running of our property management department. Kay has built great relationships with our landlords, which has proven easy for her with her natural friendliness and superb organisation skills.

In Kay’s spare time, she’s kept busy by her grown-up boys and younger daughter. Kay lives in Maylandsea and is often seen with her dancing shoes on!

Kay Haywood

About Maldon

Maldon is a gem of a market town that nestles on the banks of the Blackwater Estuary in the county of Essex. It can trace its roots back to the Iron Age but is perhaps most famous for its salt marshes and the Battle of Maldon, in which Ethelred the Unready’s army was defeated by the invading Vikings in 991 AD. 

Maldon’s sheltered location made it the perfect natural harbour and, over the centuries, it thrived on fishing and the steady flow of goods to and from London. These days, though, the harbour is more popular with day-trippers coming for a day out on one of the many sailing boats and Thames Barges than for trading or fishing. And, the town itself has grown considerably from its early beginnings – from the 180 inhabitants recorded in the Domesday of 1086, to over 15,000 people today. At its heart is the bustling High Street and period buildings and narrow lanes that run off it. It’s packed with all sorts of shops, cafés and restaurants. Alongside the big brands like M&S there are lots of quirky little independents. 

There are also plenty of great places for eating and drinking, including – The Maldon Smokehouse, which has fabulous views over the river. Or, if you like a good old-fashioned pub there’s The Jolly Sailor in Heybridge Basin and The Sunny Sailor also overlooking the river. In the high street there’s the Rose and Crown and Sark Turkish Restaurant for fine dining. A little further out of town is the award-winning gastro pub – The Bull at Gt Totham, which is well worth a visit.

In fact, Maldon is packed with great things to do – there’s bowling and skating at Madison Heights. There’s Blackwater Leisure swimming complex and the ever-popular Splash Park at The Promenade Park. For those who like their culture, you’ve got the Thomas Plume Library and its 8,100 books. There’s also the Maldon Festival of art, music, and dance, not forgetting, of course, the fabulous annual Maldon Mud Race. If you’re keen on open spaces, you’ll not be disappointed, either. The surrounding countryside choice is endless, from the Dengie National Nature Reserve to Tollesbury Wick and the many nearby villages, which include Langford, Woodham Walter, Ulting and Heybridge.

On a more practical level, Maldon is great for families, with a good selection of schools.

The town’s inhabitants are a healthy mixture of young professionals, families, and retirees and so there is a good range of properties to choose from. In places such as Silver Street and Victoria and Wellington Roads, you’ll find plenty of period homes. If you are after a coastal view, you should take a look at the Hythe area, which has lots of 20th-century cottages. There are also a number of housing estates, including the Poets Estate to the south of town. To the west is the Viking Estate which include some of the newest developments, such as Lighterman’s Place, The new Wimpey Homes & Crest Nicholson Sites. Soon Countryside will start building The Heybridge Garden Suburb which will create new roads and over 1000 dwellings. This is on land connected to Great Totham and Heybridge.

All our staff live locally and have children in different schools, so we are at hand to give the best honest advice.