Looking to buy or sell property in Dereham?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart Dereham is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agent. We help thousands of people every year to find their dream property, a great investment, or to sell their home.
Dereham is in the very heart of Norfolk and is one of the larger towns in the county, with a population of around 18,000. Historically a farming town, Dereham is now home to a range of different businesses. There are good road links: the town is just off the A47, 15 miles west of Norwich and 25 east of King’s Lynn, and it’s an easy journey to the north Norfolk coast.
Dereham has everything you need, from large supermarkets to independent shops and cafes, a weekly market and a small cinema. The schools are good too, with Toftwood Infant School rated ‘outstanding’ and both local high schools rated ‘good’. At the weekend there’s plenty to keep the family entertained, from a leisure centre to sports clubs and even a heritage railway. Or why not head up to the coast or over to Norwich?
So whether you’re looking for a home close to a good school, beautiful countryside or handy shops, haart can help you find your ideal property in Dereham.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Dereham
- 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 Dereham branch at 12 High Street is open seven days. Pop in or give us a call to get started.
Elton McGuire, Branch Manager
Average - Dereham selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Dereham
Dereham, in the heart of Norfolk, is controlled by Breckland District Council and is one of the larger towns in the centre of the county with a population of more than 17,800.
It has good access to the A47 to Kings Lynn and Norwich and its location makes it easy to reach the Midlands. Tourists use the town to access the Broads, coastal resorts and other attractions.
Historically, it was a farming town, although there is now a large diverse range of businesses.
A ‘must visit’ in Dereham is the Mid Norfolk Railway, run by railway enthusiasts. The line starts in the town and travels to Wymondham Abbey. Dereham also has a restored windmill, built in 1836, which has changing exhibitions and is open to visitors.
Areas haart Dereham covers
- NR19, NR20, NR21