Looking to buy or sell property in Clifton?
The team at haart estate agents is here to help
With our expert local knowledge on the lively and busy city of Bristol and its property market, we can achieve property sales at the right price for your home and have you moving to your dream property in no time.
Famed for its passionate character and its maritime history, Bristol has created its own distinctive identity. The acres of parkland and sustainable approach in the Bristol area earned it European Green Capital status.
Our estate agents in Bristol cover the entire city, as well as surrounding areas such as Redcliffe, St Pauls and Southville. Another great area covered by our local estate agency is Clifton. Renowned for housing some of Bristol’s most iconic spots, including Brunel’s famous Suspension Bridge, the Observatory and Bristol Zoo – just a few reasons why the area attracts families. The Bristol estate agent team describe the local area as lively and busy, which makes it appealing to young, first time buyers. Since being one of the largest estate agents in Bristol and Clifton, we’ve seen the city develop and agree it has a story to tell.
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Meet the Team
- Free house valuations in Bristol, Clifton and surrounding areas
- Advice on Mortgages
- Advice on Conveyancing
We use the latest online technology: through online and offline property portals such as Rightmove.co.uk, Onthemarket.com; social media; dedicated email campaigns and traditional newspaper advertising. We are contactable from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.
Helen Moore, Area Partner
Average - Clifton selling price
Source: Land Registry
We know Bristol
Bristol, situated in South West England, is one of the ten ‘Core Cities’ in Great Britain, with a population of around 450,000.
It has a unique identity with its various festivals, jaw-dropping street art, secret bars and restaurants and holds the honour of being the UK’s first Cycling City.
Just a couple of miles north of Clifton, Gloucester Road houses more independent shops than any other street in the UK. Bristol has excellent public transport around the city, as well as having direct links into London. It’s compact enough to get around on foot, yet big enough to boast an exciting line-up of entertainment.
There is an array of fantastic places to live that are within easy walking distance of the city and the stunning countryside in the Cotswolds; Somerset, Devon and Cornwall are also within easy reach.
Areas the branch cover: