Looking to buy or sell property in Plymouth?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
Whether you’re looking to settle in districts ranging from Kings Tamerton to Glen Holt or Eggbuckland to Mannamead, haart estate agents endeavour to find you the right property to suit your needs. If you’re selling, we’re certain that we can get you the best price for your property using our area knowledge and expertise.
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.
haart introduce to Just Mortgages which is a trading name of Just Mortgages Direct Limited which is an appointed representative of Openwork Ltd who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Meet the Team
- Free House Valuations
- Advice on Mortgages
- Advice on Conveyancing
We promote property for sale via portals such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, traditional newspaper advertising, a revolutionary social media technology called FLINK, and of course, the haart website.
We’re contactable from 8am to 10pm, 7 days a week, and we’re more than happy to help. Get in touch using our contact details below.
Jordan Hall, Senior Branch Manager
Average - Plymouth selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Plymouth
Sitting on the south-west coast, Plymouth is home to a growing population in excess of 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 three hours. Plymouth city centre has easy access to 3 train stations, all of which have routes to airports such as Exeter and Cornwall. Ferries are regularly available from several ports, which travel to Cornwall and even to France.
Plymouth caters for all its residents and has much to offer including a number of harbours with restaurants, bars and cafes, 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.