Looking to buy or sell property in Guildford?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart estate agents Guildford 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 home.
Guildford is one of the most affluent towns in the South East and is referred to as the county town of Surrey. The local area has some fantastic shops and boutiques, as well as a great public park called Stoke Park. There’s also an award winning sports centre, art gallery, as well as two theatres and a cinema.
The town has a wide range of modern and historic properties to choose from on the property market. Various new housing developments continue to spring up, making it very popular with everyone from professional singles to families and investors. So, whether you’re looking to live near a station, park or particular school, our estate agents and professional service can help you find your ideal property in Guilford, Surrey.
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We know Guildford
Guildford's fantastic range of facilities are matched by its superb transport links. There are two mainline railway stations, with direct links to London, and the town is bisected by the A3, which leads straight into the capital. The M25 is only a few miles to the north east.
As you’d expect from such an affluent town, there are some extremely good and highly recommended primary and secondary schools in Guildford, including many independent schools. The best known, and the oldest, is the Royal Grammar School, which was founded in 1509 and costs just under £6,000 per term. The University of Surrey is based in Guildford too.
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