Looking to buy or sell property in Brixton?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart estate agents Brixton are part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. If you’re looking to buy a property, we will help you find your perfect home. And if you’re keen to sell, we will help you to get the best price.
The most desirable parts of Brixton range from Brixton Village to Brockwell Park and Kennington Park. You can choose from beautiful Georgian and Victorian terraces or more modest and modern options. There’s a good range of shops too, from national chains to quirky independents, some fantastic eateries and stand-out music venues, including the O2 Academy Brixton and Electric Brixton. Brixton is growing in popularity with families because the majority of its schools are either rated 'good' or 'outstanding'. So whether you want to live near a good school, a station or a fantastic market, the team at haart Brixton can help you find your ideal property.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Brixton
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We market all properties using rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com - plus our own haart website. We also use FLINK, a social media tool, to market to prospective buyers.
haart Brixton is open Monday to Saturday. Come and see us at 494 Brixton Road.
Andrew Bryant, Branch Partner
Average - Brixton selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Brixton
Brixton is a mainly residential area of London nestling within the London Borough of Lambeth.
Since the 1990s Brixton has undergone extensive regeneration. Today it’s home to many wealthy middle-class families and professionals who love its arts and music scene and its proximity to the city and West End (there are various Underground and Overground stations in the area). Happily it’s still very cosmopolitan.
It has a multi-ethnic community and is known for a large street market. In the past 20 years it has undergone a period of regeneration that has seen the area ‘gentrified’.
Many wealthy middle-class people now call the area home – drawn to its bohemian arts scene and proximity to the city and West End.
Electric Avenue in Brixton was one of Britain’s first streets to be lit by electricity. Today it is a thriving street with some independent food stores and Brixton Market – one of the vintage and food markets in the capital.
Areas haart Brixton covers