Westmount Estates commenced trading in Eltham in 2010 when Adrian Froggatt and Tony Joannou, who already had several years estate agency experience in the area, decided that the time was right for them to bring a fresh, innovative and professional approach to sales and lettings.
That original vision has seen us become established as leading sales and letting agents in Eltham and the surrounding area.
With prominent offices in Westmount Road, an experienced team and an ongoing commitment to delivering the finest range of estate agency and property services to our clients and customers, we are confident that you can entrust us to handle all of your property requirements in an efficient and effective manner and always with your best interests at heart.
Adrian has worked in the residential property industry since leaving school in 1988 and became a branch manager of a local independent estate agent when he was twenty three. Always operating within South East London and Kent, Adrian founded Westmount Estates with Tony Joannou in November 2010.
Adrian’s style is very much hands on and he remains involved on a day to day basis with every aspect of the sales and lettings process. He describes himself as a good problem solver and retains a clear head when the pressure mounts.
Away from the office Adrian is a family man and is married with two teenage daughters. He enjoys walking and golf (which he says can ruin a good walk!) and watching the Gunners at the Emirates where he is a season ticket holder.
Adrian also enjoys visiting major cities and lists Amsterdam and London as his favourites.
Tony’s business career started with Barclays Mercantile Credit in 1977 where he handled everything from small personal loans to major commercial lending.
He later became a qualified financial adviser with London & Manchester and subsequently an independent adviser (IFA).
In 2010, Tony created his own business, Money Sage, and joined forces with Adrian later that year to create Westmount Estates.
Tony says he loves meeting people and enjoys the fact that every day is different and individual.
Married for twenty eight years and with three children Tony enjoys playing badminton and taking holidays in Kefalonia, which is where he plans to retire at some future date.
When asked how he would like to be thought of he replied "I hope that on my headstone it says – "He was a good bloke!"