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haart Estate & Lettings Agents Plymouth,
39 Mutley Plain,
Mutley Plain,
Plymouth,
Devon,
PL4 6JQ

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Opening hours

Weekdays:09:00-18:00
Sat: 09:00-17:00
Sun: 10:00-16:00

Phone lines open 8am-10pm

MEMBERSHIP AND FEES

Looking to buy, sell, rent or let property in Plymouth?
The team at haart is here to help

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Estate Agency Services

haart Estate and Letting Agents in Plymouth is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. We market a huge range of properties and will find the right property for you, and if you’re keen to sell, we’ll help you to secure the best price for your home.

Plymouth is home to an ever-growing population and a popular choice with families. Dartmoor National Park is a short drive from the city centre, which is a hugely popular site for outdoor-loving southerners who wish to take in some of the best views that the UK has to offer. More locally, Ford Park is particularly lively during the summer months. Drake Circus Shopping Centre has an array of shops, bars and restaurants that are regularly frequented by locals, as well as a popular museum and art gallery.

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Areas covered by Plymouth estate agents

PL1, PL2, PL3, PL4, PL5, PL6, PL7, PL9

Properties for sale in Plymouth
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Property Rental and Lettings

Every year we help thousands of people to achieve their aims, whether they’re letting out a property or keen to rent a property.

Plymouth is a seafaring town through-and-through, it is where the Mayflower set sail for the New World, and today, the Devonport naval base in the city is the largest of its kind in Western Europe. Millions are being spent on the city’s waterfront area; there’s a vibrant arts scene, stunning scenery from Plymouth Hoe and a lively harbour at the Barbican. Plymouth has every type of property, from waterfront apartments to Georgian townhouses and Victorian terraces, and the Stoke Damerel conservation area has good schools and green spaces. Royal William Yard has upmarket restaurants and artisan food stores, and the Theatre Royal and Pavilions regularly showcase top dance performances, plays, musicals and comedy shows.

Whether you are a landlord looking to let in Plymouth, or you’re keen to rent in this up-and-coming seaside city, the haart lettings team has all you need.

Areas covered by Plymouth lettings agents

PL1, PL2, PL3, PL4, PL5, PL6, PL7, PL9

Properties to let in Plymouth
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Meet the Team

We can help you buy, sell, rent or let a property in Plymouth

Whether you are buying or selling a property in Plymouth, or you’re looking to rent or let out your property, our specialists have the local market knowledge and services to help you:

• Free property valuations (selling and letting)
• Mortgage advice
• Conveyancing advice
• Database of thousands of prospective tenants and buyers
• Extensive choice of properties to for sale and to rent
• Investor services team

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.

The haart Plymouth office is open Monday to Sunday at 39 Mutley Plain. Pop in or give us a call to get started.

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£249,837

Average - Plymouth selling price
Source: Land Registry

We know Plymouth

Sitting on the south-west coast, Plymouth is home to a growing population over 250,000. Well served with schools and home to Plymouth University, it is ideal for families.

With direct access to the M5 and regular mainline train services, residents can be in London in 3 hours. Plymouth city centre has easy access to three train stations, all of which have routes to airports, such as Exeter and Cornwall. Ferries are regularly available from several ports, travelling to Cornwall and even to France.

The Plymouth area caters for all its residents and has much to offer, including a number of harbours with restaurants, bars and cafés, ample parks and shopping outlets. There are a wealth of schools in Plymouth that have been highly rated by Ofsted giving families plenty of options for where to send their children. In 2017, 12 schools in the city were rated as “Outstanding”, including nine primary schools and two secondary schools.

Plymouth is renowned for its ports, which have played host to military vessels, as well as fishing and commercial trade, and much of this history is still evident within the city. To this day, both locals and tourists visit the Royal Citadel, which was a hub of military planning for Sir Francis Drake.

 

Plymouth HOUSING MARKET TRENDS
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Recently Sold and Let

In the last week there have been 65 properties sold and 47 properties let in Plymouth. Here are some of our recently sold and let properties.

Properties Sold:

Phillimore Street, Stoke   4 bed Mid Terraced House   PL2   £114,950

  2 bed Mid Terraced House   PL4   £145,000

Seaton Avenue, Plymouth   6 bed Mid Terraced House   PL4   £320,000

Wesley Place, Plymouth   2 bed Mid Terraced House   PL3   £190,000

Victory Street, Plymouth   2 bed Mid Terraced House   PL2   £150,000

Phillimore Street, Stoke   4 bed Mid Terraced House   PL2   £114,950