Looking to buy or sell property in Benfleet?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart Benfleet is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agent. We help thousands of people every year, whether they’re looking for their dream property, a great investment, or they want to sell their home.
Benfleet is a pretty town near the Thames Estuary. It is close to the seaside town of Canvey Island as well as the vast Hadleigh Country Park, which offers 387 acres to explore. There’s a wide range of property types to choose from and many are very affordable, making this a superb area if you’re keen to get on the property ladder.
There are some great pubs in the area, and good schools too. The M25 is within easy reach and regular train services go from Benfleet Station into London Fenchurch Street. So whether you’re looking for a spacious family home close to a great school, or a new build that’s close to a station, haart can help you find your ideal property in Benfleet.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Benfleet
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We market properties on rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as on our own website. We advertise in local newspapers and target prospective buyers using our social media tool, FLINK.
The haart Benfleet office is open seven days. Come and see us at 214 High Road or call us to get started.
Ryan Stanton, Residential Branch Manager
Average - Benfleet selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Benfleet
South Essex includes areas such as Canvey Island plus the village of Bowers Gifford near North Benfleet and many of the properties are very affordable for people wanting to get on the property ladder.
The area has a great community feel and nearby major trunk roads include the A127, A13 and M25, which is just 20 minutes’ drive away mean it is great for commuters heading out of the county.
There are also regular train services from Benfleet station on the London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness line.
This area is steeped in history. In 894 there was a huge battle here between the Vikings and Saxons. It was a time when the Thames and other waterways made the area vulnerable to Viking attacks. The army of King Alfred routed the Vikings, and a church was built by the Saxons in thanksgiving for the victory. St Mary's Church on the High Road is the most recent church to occupy this historic site.
Areas haart Benfleet covers