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Weekdays: 08:00-18:00
Sat: 08:45-17:00

Branch address

59 Cornhill,
Bury St Edmunds,
IP33 1BE

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Looking to buy or sell property in Bury St Edmunds?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help

Bury has become a thriving property hotspot in recent times. There’s a theatre, galleries and a multiplex cinema. In 2016 it was voted ‘one of the happiest places to live in the UK’.

Close to the A14 corridor, the town is popular with people needing easy access to Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich. It’s also got good transport links into London.

Take your pick from a range of property, from period detached and terraced properties to new developments in Marham Park and Lark Grange. Or how about living in one of the pretty surrounding villages, such as Great Barton, Fornham All Saints, Thorpe Morieux or Badwell Ash?

Whether you want to live near a good school, great transport links, or fantastic shopping, the team at haart Bury St Edmunds will help you find your ideal property.

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Meet the Team

We can help you buy or sell your property in Bury St Edmunds

Whether you are buying or selling a property in Bury St Edmunds, the property experts at haart have the local market knowledge and services to suit you:

  • Free house valuations
  • Mortgage advice
  • Conveyancing advice

We market all properties using and - plus our own haart website. We also use FLINK, a social media tool, to market to prospective buyers.

The haart Bury St Edmunds office is open 7 days. Come and see us at 59 Cornhill.

Melanie Mills, Area Partner


Average - Bury St Edmunds selling price
Source: Land Registry

We know Bury St Edmunds

Bury is a picturesque and thriving market town, which still has a market twice a week and offers a good mixture of shopping, history and entertainment.  There’s plenty to explore, from the cathedral (Suffolk’s only one) and Abbey Gardens, to the shops in the Arc, the town’s modern shopping area. There are independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs and lots of community events to get involved in too. 

It is the county town of Suffolk and has a population of more than 42,000; it is also the home of Green King Brewery and Silver Spoon sugar producers.

Bury has a good selection of schools, is situated near the A14 trunk road and is served by a train station.

Right now, east of Bury is undergoing lots of exciting new development, with new homes, schools and other amenities springing up. If you’re wondering about schools, good state and private schools include Bury St Edmunds County Upper School, Culford and St Louis Catholic Middle School.

Areas haart Bury St Edmunds covers

  • IP29
  • IP30
  • IP31
  • IP32
  • IP33