Looking to buy or sell property in Welwyn Garden City?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
At haart Welwyn Garden City we pride ourselves on giving you the best service and advice. We’re part of the UK’s largest independently owned estate agency, with hundreds of branches across the country.
Welwyn Garden City is laid out along tree-lined boulevards with a neo-Georgian town centre. The west side of the town is the most sought after, with neo-Georgian detached homes and cottages. On the east side of the town there's a great estate at Panshanger.
There schools are excellent too, with many good primaries and secondaries and a number that are outstanding. So, whether you need to be close to a station, school or fine countryside, the haart team can help you find your ideal property in Welwyn Garden City.
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Meet the Team
We can help you buy or sell your property in Welwyn Garden City
- Free house valuations
- Mortgage advice
- Conveyancing advice
Our team markets properties on the well-known property websites such as rightmove.co.uk and onthemarket.com, as well as our own haart website. We also use an innovative tool called FLINK to send details of your property to prospective buyers on social media.
We’re here Monday to Saturday – do call us or pop in to our branch at 23 Stonehills.
Tony Mitchell, Senior Branch Manager
Average - Welwyn Garden City selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Welwyn Garden City
Welwyn Garden City is a ‘new town’, built in the 1920s to combine the benefits of countryside and city life. Today’s it’s a thriving community with great schools, shops, bars and restaurants, as well as superb transport links. The A1(M) goes past the town and the M25 is only 15 minutes away, and there are at least two trains to London each hour (30 minutes) as well as to other big towns, including Stevenage and Peterborough.
The town has a scenic centre with many outlets, a train station, bars and restaurants. It can be accessed via the A1 motorway with links to the University of Hertfordshire and London through the M25.
The town’s arts centre, Campus West has a thriving cinema, a theatre with festivals and live music. Welwyn Garden City is also surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are even Roman baths preserved under the A1(M), which are open to visitors.
Areas haart Welwyn Garden City covers