Looking to buy or sell property in Rushden?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart estate agents Rushden is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agents. We market a huge range of properties. So if you’re buying, we’ll find the ideal property for you. And if you’re selling, we’ll secure the best price for your bricks and mortar.
Roughly half way between Bedford and Kettering, Rushden is a handy place to live if you work in Northampton or Huntingdon and are looking for value-for-money property. If you want to get further afield, the M1 is only 30 minutes by car, and you can get into London by train from Wellingborough – the journey takes under an hour.
We cover Rushden and the surrounding areas of Wymington, Irthlingborough and beyond and we market every type of property, from detached homes to semis, bungalows and apartments. So whether you’re looking for a home close to the shops, the middle of town or a particular school, haart estate agents Rushden can help.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Rushden
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We use key property websites such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com to market properties, as well as on our own website. We also use FLINK, a clever social media tool, to market to prospective buyers.
The haart Rushden office is open six days a week. Come and see us at 120 High Street.
Holly Newman, Branch Manager
Average - Rushden selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Rushden
Rushden is a civil parish situated in Northamptonshire with a population over 29,000. The area has nurseries, primary and secondary schools as well as a community college. There are also two parks, a hospital, shopping outlets and facilities.
It can be accessed via the A6 and A45 which provides transport links to Northampton. The closest train station is located 5 miles away in Wellingborough, accessible by car and public transport. Bus services run regularly in Rushden and in surrounding areas.
In recent years the centre of Rushden has received a boost from a regeneration project, and there’s also a brand new leisure and retail area on the edge of town at Rushden Lakes. The centre of town has banks, pharmacies, supermarkets, a leisure centre, pubs and restaurants, while the new retail and leisure park has high end and national brands and eateries.
Rushden itself has a wealth of green space for kids to let off steam. The nearby Stanwick Lakes also provide plenty of scope for playing, picnicking or bird watching. Or there’s Irchester Country Park, with its extensive network of trails and cycle tracks, play areas and even dinosaurs.
Areas haart Rushden covers