Looking for an estate agent in Buckhurst Hill you can trust?

Established back in 1908, Petty Son and Prestwich have been helping both buyers and sellers make their move on the property market for well over 100 years, making us one of the longest serving estate agents operating in the area.

When it comes to residential property, no one knows more about overseeing smooth moves than Petty's. Our property experience, coupled with keen local knowledge, has made us the estate agents of choice for hundreds of Buckhurst Hill locals over the years, and our list of sold properties in the area is growing by the week.

So, if you're thinking of making a move in IG9, either buying into or moving out of, you'd be wise to put Petty's at the top of your estate agent list.

Listing your property for sale in Buckhurst Hill with us

As Buckhurst Hill estate agents, we know what it takes to get a successful conclusion to a sale in this part of West Essex.

Our aim will always be to get you the highest price possible for your property, but we're also mindful of keeping things realistic and achievable here at Petty's.

While many of our corporate competitors may promise the earth but deliver very little, we believe in being both fair and honest when it comes to evaluating house prices for our clients.

In short, Petty's will never overestimate the value of a property just to secure an instruction.

Our expert valuers are always conducting house valuations in Buckhurst Hill, and it is with them that your property journey begins. We will undertake a thorough market appraisal of your home to give you an idea of what your property is worth and inform you of how the local market is currently operating.

From there, and with your instruction, our sales team will take over. As well-established Buckhurst Hill property agents, we have an extensive database of enthusiastic buyers just waiting for properties such as yours to hit the market who we will contact once your listing with us goes live.

Naturally, you'll also find Petty Son and Prestwich on all of the major property portals, too. Not only that, you’ll feature here on our website as well, which currently enjoys in excess of one million visitors every year, so your sale in Buckhurst Hill will reach an incredibly broad audience.

In short, if buyers search for Buckhurst Hill property, they'll find your home via a number of avenues when you list your sale with us.

Buying a house or apartment in Buckhurst Hill through Petty's

As local estate agents, we have an incredibly high turnover of properties for sale in Buckhurst Hill, so it makes sense to sign up with us if you are on the hunt for a new home in IG9.

Both houses and flats make up the local market, but semi-detached homes are probably the most popular property type in this corner of West Essex's infamous Golden Triangle.

Thanks to a direct link into the City and West End via its two Central line stations - one on Victoria Road, the other, Roding Valley, on Station Way - Buckhurst Hill is popular with young professionals who need to commute, but want to escape the centre of the capital.

Families are well catered for in Buckhurst Hill, too, with a large number of high quality schools rated either 'Good' or 'Outstanding' by Ofsted nearby.

Average sold house prices in Buckhurst Hill

In terms of the average sale, property prices in Buckhurst Hill vary from around £370k for flats and apartments up to around the £1m mark for a detached home.

Semi-detached properties in the area fetch around £750k on average, while terraced homes sell for somewhere in the region of £580k.

(Sold house prices provided by the Land Registry)


Why move to Buckhurst Hill?

Buckhurst Hill has an upbeat vibe about it and a relatively youthful demographic.

Queens Road, IG9's busy and buzzy High Street, is jam packed with independent eateries and coffee shops, as well as numerous boutique retailers selling unique clothing and interior design offerings.

Oh, and there's a good-sized Waitrose here, too!

Pubs and bars are plentiful, and many serve good food as well. The Railway Tavern and Three Colts are incredibly popular with locals, as is The Monkhams, which is situated close to Roding Valley station.

Sporty types are spoilt for choice in IG9. The town has its own football club, cricket pitch, lacrosse field, bowling green, tennis courts, and a multitude of indoor activities, too. A dozen or so golf courses are also within easy reach.

For those who like to get a little crafty, Buckhurst Hill Community Association in Bedford House on Westbury Road offers a wide range of courses, with everything from painting to pottery catered for.

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