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Estate Agency Services
haart Estate Agents Dunstable are part of the UK’s largest independent estate agent and prides itself on having excellent local knowledge. We help thousands of people every year to buy and sell their property.
If you’re looking to buy, we’ll help you to find your dream property. If you’re selling, we will help you to get the best price for your property. Not to mention, we have thousands of potential buyers registered with us, we know what they’re looking for and what they can afford.
Dunstable is just 30 miles north of London on the edge of the pretty Chiltern Hills. The M1 runs a mile east of the town centre and trains from nearby Luton offer access into London St Pancras in 35 minutes. There are also frequent buses to and from Luton, as well as the surrounding area.
So, whether you're looking to live near a green space, a particular school or world-class zoo, haart Dunstable can help you find your ideal property.
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Areas covered by Dunstable estate agents
LU5, LU6Properties for sale in Dunstable
Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Dunstable
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We use rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as on our own haart website, to market properties. We also use a clever social media tool called FLINK to market to prospective buyers.
We’re contactable Monday to Saturday 8am-10pm, do give us a call.
Zoe Nicholls, Branch Partner
Average - Dunstable selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Dunstable
Dunstable has a good range of shops, as well as two theatres, a leisure centre and a number of good schools.
Dunstable Downs, on the edge of the town, is popular with dog walkers, runners, kite flyers, paragliders and hang gliders thanks to the London Gliding Club. While Whipsnade Zoo is only a couple of miles away, making a perfect day out for the family.
The Priory Church of St Peter is a Grade I listed building and a still-active parish church; it is the surviving part of an old Augustinian priory founded in 1131. It was here that Henry VIII’s marriage to his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, was announced null and void in 1533, paving the way for Henry to marry his second wife, Anne Boleyn.