Looking to buy or sell property in Swindon?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
haart Swindon 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.
Housing development in the town has kept pace with the town’s appeal. So, whether you’re a native Swindonian looking to buy or sell, or you’re moving here for work, there are plenty of new and established homes to choose from. It’s a dynamic town, with lots to offer, including decent shops, theatres, pubs and restaurants, and pretty villages, towns and countryside to explore nearby – including the North Wessex Downs.
So whether you’re looking to live near a station, school or park, let haart help you to find your next property in Swindon.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Swindon
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
We use rightmove.co.uk, onthemarket.com and our own haart website to market properties. We also use FLINK, a social media tool, to market to prospective buyers.
Come and see us in-branch, Monday to Saturday at 15 Commercial Road, or call our friendly team.
David Sheridan, Senior Branch Manager
Average - Swindon selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Swindon
Situated in the county of Wiltshire, South-west England, Swindon is a large town with a population over 200,000. Swindon is a great tourist attraction for its arts, festivals, green spaces and shopping areas. There are many schools in the area including two colleges.
Swindon has ancient origins and the town grew up in the area now known as Old Town. Today it’s bustling with restaurants, bars, live music and independent shops. In the main town centre you’ll find the Swindon Designer Outlet Shopping Centre, offering designer labels at discount prices.
Swindon’s location has always made it sought after. Equidistant from Bristol and Reading (both 35 miles) and between Cardiff and London (both 78 miles), the town really began to boom in the mid-1800s when it became the location for the locomotive works of Brunel’s Great Western Railway. Today the town’s central location means that it continues to be popular as the site of automotive plants and HQs for financial service companies and pharmaceutical names.
A museum, gallery, theatre, parks and hotels can be found among many outlets.
Its train station is served by the First Great Western line with transport links to Bristol, Oxford and Reading. It can be accessed via the M4.
Areas haart Swindon covers