Looking to buy or sell property in Ely?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart estate agents Ely is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. We will find the right property for you if you’re looking to buy. And if you’re wanting to sell, we’ll secure the best price for your home.
Located just 15 miles north of Cambridge, Ely – for somewhere so compact – seems to have it all: a main line railway station, superb shopping, great schools and a personality all of its own. It’s hardly surprising that it’s popular with London and Cambridge commuters looking for more affordable homes and a community atmosphere.
So whether you’re looking to live near a particular station, school or are keen to splash around on the river, we can help you find your ideal property in Ely.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Ely
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
All the properties that we are marketing are promoted on popular websites such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as on our own haart website. Traditional newspaper advertising is very effective, as is our revolutionary social media technology, FLINK.
The haart Ely branch is open seven days a week at 1a Forehill, Ely. Come and see us, or give us a call.
Melissa Warner, Branch Manager
Average - Ely selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Ely
The cathedral is the focal point of the town. Dating to the 12th century, it’s visible (in this flat part of the world) for miles around. When it comes to shopping, there are all your normal high street favourites, plus some enticing independent stores, pubs, eateries, tea shops and antique emporia. The city also has a brand new leisure centre and cinema, a pretty park, and annual fairs, festivals and events. These include Aquafest, a summer tradition where people make and paddle homemade rafts on the River Ouse and generally get very wet.
With a population in excess of 14,500, there is access to good schools catering for all age groups, a twice-weekly market, cinema, restaurants and pubs.
At its historic heart, near the cathedral, there are many Georgian and Queen Anne town houses plus new builds elsewhere in the town.
We offer a range of properties in and around Ely, including in Littleport, Witchford, Soham and Sutton. Styles of homes vary hugely, from historic detached houses, to semi-detached homes, bungalows, cottages, terraces and flats.
Areas haart Ely covers