Our estate agents in Dover occupies a convenient central location on the Market Square nearby NatWest Bank. We provide intriguing views of our property stock to passers-by through our attention-catching corner-aspect window displays. Our branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some surrounding districts.
Our friendly, dedicated sales team is always glad to welcome potential customers in for a chat about their property goals. We provide first-rate customer service plus all the benefits of our estate-industry expertise and insightful local knowledge. Commission Bairstow Eves to facilitate your property transaction with utmost efficiency.
Why Choose Bairstow Eves?
Completing successful property deals since 1899, our long-established heritage of industry presence positions Bairstow Eves as your go-to estate agency. We can assist you with every aspect of your property sale/purchase. Our convenient services are bolstered by proactive marketing – partly via our 100-branch, computer-linked network, which enables us to cross-promote housing nationwide. We showcase homes on the most popular property websites while our various services cater to every demand of a modern property deal. Our customer packages are intuitively designed to reduce the stress of moving home. Look no further for estate agents in Dover.
Sell your home online with Bairstow Eves
Introducing the new way to sell from your local agents.
Bairstow Eves now makes the choice between high street and online estate agents easier!
Our NEW online service from just £995 includes a valuation from your local branch expert, photos, an online account – and listing on Rightmove and Zoopla.
But if you need more support at any time our local team can take over and do all the hard work for you. We’ll even take the £995 off our final fee!
This town and major ferry port in the home county of Kent faces France across the strait of Dover, the narrowest part of the English Channel. The area’s surrounding chalk cliffs are known as the White Cliffs of Dover. Its strategic transport position has been maintained throughout Dover’s history and port-related services provide much of the town’s employment, as does tourism. The English Channel flows at its narrowest point – at what is the world’s busiest shipping lane. The locality links with the A2, A20 and A258 main roads.
The property comprises a lounge, bedroom, kitchen, storage cupboards and a shower room to the basement floor. The ground floor consists of a spacious lounge, double bedroom, kitchen/diner, WC and storage cupboards. The first floor has two double bedrooms, a kitchen and...
Set over three floors, this period home offers an incredible amount of living space. The property opens to an entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom, through to the light hallway with high ceilings and access to the lounge with feature fire place and double doors to......