Looking to buy or sell property in Newport?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart Newport 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 looking to buy, our local experts will help you to find your ideal property. If you’re selling, we will get you the best possible price.
Newport is in demand for its fantastic road and rail links to Bristol and Cardiff, and is a major draw for people looking for affordable property and keen to commute. While the M4 runs past the city, many people take the train as you can be in Cardiff in 12 minutes by train or in Bristol in 40 minutes. Both cities have international airports too.
Newport has a variety of properties in some lovely areas, ranging from Coedkernew and Abercarn, to Rogerstone, Malpas and Castleton. So whether you’re looking for property close to a station, a great school or the great outdoors, haart estate agents will help you to find your ideal property in Newport.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Newport
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
All properties are marketed on rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, and on our haart website. We advertise in local newspapers and use a social media tool called FLINK to target prospective buyers.
The haart Newport office is open Monday to Saturday. Do come and see us or give us a call.
Lauren Evans, Branch Manager
Average - Newport selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Newport
With a population in excess of 145,000, Newport is undergoing a huge regeneration including a new railway station, a restored market, a new bus station and a new University Campus.
Newport has very old foundations. Bronze Age people settled here thousands of years ago and the Romans built a fort at Caerleon to defend the crossing over the River Usk. As the South Wales coal fields flourished in the 19th century, Newport was Wales’s leading coal port.
Newport is not much more than an hour’s drive to the Brecon Beacons. Popular with walkers, it is famous for its scenic setting. There are also excellent train services to London and Cardiff so city life is never too far away.
Friars Walk in the city centre has a good choice of shops and bars. If you prefer wide open spaces, the Wye Valley, Vale of Usk, Brecon Beacons National Park and Forest of Dean are all on your doorstep.
Areas haart Newport covers