Looking to buy or sell property in Birmingham?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart estate agents Harborne 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.
Harborne has the atmosphere of a leafy suburb, yet is very close to the heart of Birmingham. The high street has a good range of shops, there are lovely parks in the area and you’re only a short bus ride from the city centre. While property prices are on the rise, you can still find value for money here.
Three of Harborne’s primary schools are rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, and Harborne Academy and George Dixon Academy are rated ‘good’. There are a number of private schools in the area too.
So whether you’re looking to live near a station, park or particular school, we can help you find your ideal property in Harborne, Birmingham.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Harborne
- 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.
Our branch is open Monday to Saturday at 107 High Street, Harborne, or do get in touch using our contact details.
Krystle Ainsworth, Residential Branch Manager
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Source: Land Registry
We know Harborne
Harborne is a Victorian suburb of Birmingham, just three miles Southwest of Birmingham City centre, which means it is excellent for gaining quick and easy access to the busy hub.
The suburb is well connected too: your nearest train station is at University, with trains every 10 minutes into the city, or hourly to Worcester. The M5 is 15 minutes away and Birmingham airport is just 30 minutes.
The population is in excess of 23,000 and is well served with both primary and secondary schools.
Harborne used to be a village and you can see the heart of the settlement around St Peter's church, which dates from Anglo-Saxon times. Around the high street are Victorian and Edwardian terraces and town houses, and there are post-War homes and even a little garden suburb, the Moor Pool estate.
Areas haart Harborne covers