Looking to buy or sell property in Harold Wood?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart Harold Wood is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agent. We help thousands of people every year to buy and sell property. If you’re buying, our specialists will help you to find your perfect property. If you’re selling, we’ll get you the best possible price.
However, there’s much more to the area than that. There’s a strong community atmosphere here, some very good schools and green spaces, plus some exciting property developments. Kings Park is just one example of the quality developments taking shape in Harold Wood.
So whether you’re looking for a property that’s close to a great school, green space or handy station, haart can help you find your ideal property in Harold Wood.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Harold Wood
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We market properties via rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as on our own haart site. We also advertise in local newspapers and target prospective buyers using our clever social media tool, FLINK.
The haart Harold Wood branch at 49a Station Road is open Monday to Saturday. Come and see us or give us a call.
Andrew Wallington, Branch Partner
Average - Harold Wood selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Harold Wood
Harold Wood is located in the Northeast of London, in the borough of Havering, and is around 40 minutes from London via train with good access to the major trunk roads of the A12 and M11.
Harold Wood is just over 16 miles from central London, a journey that will soon take just 41 minutes (into Bond Street), thanks to the new Elizabeth Line, which will open in December 2019. Harold Wood is also well served by roads – it’s close to the A12, M11 and M25 – and bus services, and there are two nearby tube stations too.
The population is in excess of 12,650 and is well served by a number of schools rated good and outstanding by Ofsted.
There are many open spaces nearby making it an ideal location for families. The public transport and leisure facilities are also good.
The area was first recorded in the thirteenth century as Horalds Wood, named after the famous King Harold who was defeated at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Harold held the manor of Havering-atte-Bower (Harold Wood is in the Borough of Havering). You’ll find some of the oldest roads in the area are named after Anglo-Saxon monarchs.
Areas haart Harold Wood covers