Looking to buy or sell property in Derby?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart Derbyshire Property Centre is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. We market a huge range of properties and will find the right property for you. And if you’re keen to sell, we’ll help you to secure the best price for your home.
Derby is an easy city to get around and handy for other major centres in the East Midlands. Just the other side of the M1 is Nottingham; Sheffield is 20 miles north and Leicester 30 miles south. There are rail services to a wealth of destinations including London, Birmingham and Sheffield; and East Midlands airport is only 20 minutes away.
Derby has some lovely residential areas, including Mickleover, Allestree, Littleover and Oakwood. New developments are springing up all the time too, including Norman House and Celtic House in the city centre which offer studio, and one and two bed apartments.
Whether you’re looking to live near a station, a park or particular school, we can help you find your ideal property in Derby.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Derby
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We use key property websites such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com to market properties, plus our own haart website. We also use FLINK, a clever social media tool, to market to prospective buyers.
Come and see us in our branch at 25 St James Street, or give us a call. We’re open Monday to Saturday.
Aaron Ottewell, Branch Partner
Average - Derby selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Derby
Derby in the east Midlands is controlled by Derby City Council, has in excess of 250,000 residents and has a diverse population. It lies in south Derbyshire on the Banks of the River Derwent and the largest employer in the area is Rolls-Royce, the world’s second largest aero-engine manufacturer.
The city is also the home of the Royal School for the Deaf Derby, and there is a significant deaf population in the community.
Derby plays host to a huge range of big events throughout the year, from the UK’s largest outdoor classical concert to a photography festival and beer festival - to name just a few.
Whatever you like to do, you can probably do it in Derby. The Derby QUAD has an art gallery, cinemas, cafe bar and artists' studios, while Déda is a dance centre, running classes in everything from ballet to circus skills.
Areas haart Derby covers
- DE21, DE22, DE23, DE24
- DE72, DE73, DE74