The Intercounty estate agency in Sawbridgeworth is part of our strong local network of branches in Hertfordshire, which includes offices in Royston and Bishops Stortford.
Our estate agents in Sawbridgeworth are based on Bell Street in the heart of the town. The team is led by Will Jobber and they provide services for sellers, landlords, buyers, tenants and those searching for investment property. Sellers and landlords can arrange free market appraisals for their properties by contacting the branch.
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This beautiful, small and quiet Hertfordshire village, not only has some of the most beautiful architecture around but also benefits from having a thriving vibrant community, comprising of a busy high street with a fabulous variety of small boutique shops as well as a bi-monthly farmers market and a supermarket.
Much of the town centre is a conservation area and many of the buildings date from the Tudor Stuart and Georgian periods. At its heart, Bell Street and Knight Street have numerous timber framed buildings.
Sawbridgeworth has a diverse range of places to eat and drink, from quiet bistros and restaurants to bustling pubs in the town centre. The River Stort meanders through its two locks and the railway lies to the East, with a nature reserve and historic Great Hyde Hall beyond. At the other end of the town Pishiobury Manor and Park, and the Rivers nursery lead towards the village of High Wych.
The May Fayre is held every year on the Sunday of the first May Bank Holiday weekend. This local event brings together both organisations and people, for an afternoon of traditional entertainments. Another event which is held in October each year is Apple Day, which celebrates the variety of fruits from Rivers Orchard. The Sawbridgeworth Cricket Club is one of the leading cricket clubs in the south of England, fielding five senior sides on a Saturday.
Lying on the A1184, Sawbridgeworth is just four miles south of Bishop's Stortford, twelve miles east of Hertford and nine miles north of Epping. With handy rail links into London Liverpool Street and Cambridge, Sawbridgeworth is on the Hertfordshire and Essex borders, with an M11 junction just a few miles in either direction giving easy access to the motorway.
To find out more visit Will and his team of estate agents in Sawbridgeworth today.