Our estate agents in Gidea Park is conveniently situated on Balgores Lane next to Brothers Fish Bar.
We provide tempting views of our available property stock to passers-by through our eye-catching window display. Our office covers the local housing market plus homes in some surrounding districts. Our friendly and dedicated sales team welcomes prospective customers to drop in for an informal chat about your property ambitions. We strive to provide first-class customer service – plus the numerous benefits of our extensive industry expertise and insightful local knowledge. Bairstow Eves streamline property negotiations expertly and with utmost efficiency.
Why Choose Bairstow Eves?
Our heritage of property industry success dates back as far as 1899. This long-established history hopefully positions Bairstow Eves as your first-choice estate agency. We benefit from a computer-linked, 100-branch network plus an advantageous alliance with Countrywide, the UK’s largest property group. These chains enable us to cross-promote homes nationally. We also showcase properties prominently on the busiest housing websites – while our range of services covers every eventuality. Our highly trained and attentive sales team employs innovative marketing strategies to facilitate stress-free property transactions on your behalf. Look no further for estate agents in Gidea Park.
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!
Originally called Romford Garden Suburb, this predominantly affluent neighbourhood in the (east) London Borough of Havering, about 15 miles from Charing Cross, is mainly residential. Gidea Park was built in 1910–11 for a town-planning exhibition. The small dwellings designed by over 100 reputed architects amount to fine examples of the domestic architecture of the time. Six are Grade II listed buildings while more contemporary, flat-roofed houses were constructed in 1934–35 in Heath Drive, Brook Road, and Eastern Avenue for a Modern Homes Exhibition. The A118 road runs alongside Gidea Park
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