Our residential estate agents in East Ham is centrally located on the High Street nearby East Ham Station. We promote our property stock to the hordes of passers-by through our attention-grabbing corner-aspect window displays.
Our branch covers the local housing market plus homes in some surrounding districts. Our dedicated sales team welcomes you for an informal chat about the local property scene. We’re committed to providing first-rate customer service plus all the benefits of our unmatched industry expertise and local insight. Bairstow Eves streamlines housing transactions. Bringing people and property together is what we do best.
Why Choose Bairstow Eves?
Our impressive heritage of property industry success dates back to 1899. We’ve been facilitating housing deals ever since. Our history perfectly positions Bairstow Eves to be your go-to estate agency. We can help with every element of any prospective property sale/purchase – supported by our extensive, computer-linked network, enabling us to cross-promote properties nationwide. We harness innovative, proactive marketing, including showcasing homes on the most popular online property portals. Our range of convenient services caters to all the demands of any modern property transaction – while minimising your stress levels. Look no further for estate agents in East Ham.
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 built-up, multicultural suburban district and part of the London Borough of Newham lies eight miles from Charing Cross. East Ham’s property consists mainly of Victorian and Edwardian terraced townhouses, often in tree-lined avenues. However, there are also green spaces in this bustling urbanised area. (The graveyard of the Norman St Mary's church is a nature reserve; the largest of its kind in Greater London.) There are many ethic restaurants (principally South Asian) lining its high street. The tube and bus network provide East Ham’s main transport arteries but there’s also access to the A13 road.
Location. Condition. Size. Undoubtedly the three deciding factors that determine value. This superbly proportioned, lovingly cared for double bayed period property having enviable rear views across Central Park is the ultimate example.With a fabulous extended kitchen......
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