Estate Agency Services
haart Estate Agents Great Shelford 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 keen to sell, we’ll secure the best price for your bricks and mortar.
Many people choose Great Shelford for the 7-minute train journey into the city. Trains also go into London Kings Cross and London Liverpool Street. Property ranges from traditional detached and semi-detached homes to contemporary new-builds on Station Road and apartments on High Green. The surrounding villages of Linton, Abington, Hauxton and Duxford are popular too.
So, whether you’re looking to live near a station, school or fancy being part of a thriving community, we can help you find your ideal property in Great Shelford.
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Areas covered by Great Shelford estate agents
CB10, CB21, CB22, CB23, SG8Properties for sale in Great Shelford
Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Great Shelford
- 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. We also advertise with our very effective revolutionary social media technology, FLINK.
Our branch is open Monday to Saturday. Come and see us or give us a call.
Average - Great Shelford selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Great Shelford
Great Shelford one of Cambridgeshire’s largest villages and is home to some 4,000 people and lies just 4 miles south of the city. It has a wealth of local amenities, including banks, pubs, a pharmacy, dentist, monthly farmers’ market, and a range of shops. There are various 'Good' rated primary and secondary schools in the area.
It is just a few minutes walk to Shelford Train station, with services into Cambridge and London, and a cycle track can take you all the way to Cambridge University’s medical campus.
The Sunday Times featured it in its 101 Best Places to Live in 2014. It has a range of shops a couple of pubs and a monthly farmers’ market.
Every July the community comes together for the Shelford Festival and Feast, which dates back to the Medieval Period. The festival, run entirely by volunteers, includes comedy nights, quizzes, bands and great food and drink, and raises thousands of pounds for local good causes.