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Estate Agency Services
haart estate agents Folkestone is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agency. Our estate agents at the Folkestone branch have the local knowledge to help find the right property for you, whether you’re looking for a large detached family house close to the town centre, or a property around the harbour.
Folkestone's seafront has undergone redevelopment over the last few years, with new shops and houses being introduced injecting new life into the area. Located in Kent, the port town is a property hotspot.
The town has some great Victorian housing, as well as new developments, with the West End, the High Street, and Sandgate remaining popular areas of the town for people to invest in.
Folkestone offers great value for money for commuters, with a high-speed train to St Pancras International taking less than an hour. There is also good public transport available connecting to the surrounding towns, with Canterbury and Ashford easily accessible.
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Areas covered by Folkestone estate agents
CT18, CT19, CT20, CT21Properties for sale in Folkestone
Meet the Team
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
Our team markets properties on the well-known property websites such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as our own haart website. We also use an innovative tool called FLINK to send details of your property to prospective buyers on social media.
The haart Folkestone office is open Monday to Saturday give us a call to get started.
Louis Tomlinson, Personal Moving Consultant
Average - Folkestone selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Folkestone
Folkestone is a town in Kent situated on the English Channel and has a population of about 47,000 people.
Folkestone has a charming harbour for anyone who wants to enjoy a stroll near the water, and there is also Leas Cliff Hall, a theatre which sits above the beach, boasting a history dating back almost 100 years.
The town also boasts excellent transport links, with travel to London available in under an hour. You can also access France via the channel tunnel nearby, and there are road links that connect Folkestone to Dover, London, and other areas of Kent