paragraphLet us take your property to the London market.There are thousands of reasons why Londoners are looking to move out of town - excellent schools, quality of life, more space and value for money.
Your property and location may be just what they are looking for. Some of those moving away from London will be looking to buy immediately while many others prefer to 'try before you buy' and rent first before they settle for good.
We are making the most of our extensive network of 33 London branches by offering to take your property right to the doorsteps of active buyers and tenants in the Capital as part of The Roadshow on Saturday 8th October.
To ensure your property is showcased at this exclusive event, contact us today.
The deadline for inclusion is 1st October 2016
paragraphAbout Hamptons InternationalWith over 140 years experience in selling and letting property, Hamptons International has a network of over 85 branches across the country and internationally, marketing a huge variety of properties from compact flats to grand country estates. We're national estate agents, with local offices. We know our local areas as well as any local agent. But our network means we can market your property to a much greater number of the right sort of buyers or tenants.
The Haywards Heath branch is conveniently situated in the heart of the town amongst the many bars and restaurants there are to offer, including many recognisable names such as, Cote, Café Rouge and Pizza Express to name but a few. We have a superb range of properties to offer from apartments to town house and from village cottages to period country homes. From our office we cover the commutable areas immediately surrounding the mainline station in Haywards Heath, alongside some of Sussex's most beautiful villages including Lindfield, Cuckfield and Ditchling. Within the area we cover we are also able to offer more rural homes with land and in many cases equestrian facilities.
The area is renowned for its excellent state and private schools to suit most requirements, including Hurst College, Ardingly College, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Cumnor House, Worth School and Great Walstead.