If you are looking to buy or sell a property in the family-friendly town of Barnsley in South Yorkshire, Haybrook estate agents are here to help.
Haybrook Barnsley is part of the UK’s largest independent estate agent. We help thousands of people every year, whether they’re looking for their dream property, a great investment, or they want to sell their home.
Barnsley is popular with everyone from first time buyers to families and those looking to downsize. There’s everything you could need in terms of shops, restaurants and entertainment, and lots on the way as the centre of town is regenerated. Barnsley has a train station, and the M1, M62 and A1 road links are close by. Leeds is only 25 miles away, and Sheffield 17 miles.
The area is well served for schools, particularly primaries, with a wide range of ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ schools. There’s everything from large period homes to new build houses at Blenheim View (off Longcarr Lane) and by Harron Homes in Lundwood.
We cover Barnsley and the wider area, including Dodworth, Gawber, Pogmoor, Darton and Mapplewell. So if you’re looking to be near a good school, station or wide open spaces, let Haybrook Barnsley help you to find your ideal property.
As you walk to the top of Market Hill you will see the Barnsley Haybrook office situated below the stunning Town Hall. Surrounded by a superb range of bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment facilities.
The town of Barnsley is also ideally located close to the M1, M62 and A1 motorway networks which provides easy access to Leeds, Sheffield, Wakefield and Doncaster. The centre of Barnsley also boasts a combined train and bus interchange which offers easy access to the South Yorkshire network. Steeped in history, the town of Barnsley offers a wonderful choice of properties that caters for all budgets.
Barnsley Haybrook snatch duo of awards at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference. Barnsley Haybrook is celebrating after winning two Top Negotiator awards at the 2017 Spicerhaart Annual Conference Awards at Five Lakes Golf Club, Colchester.
Stamp duty reforms 2022. What’s changed?. On the 23rd September 2022, Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng announced cuts to stamp duty in the government’s mini-budget, by increasing the amount at which buyers in England and Northern Ireland will begin paying duty from £125,000 to £250,000. For first-time buyers, this threshold is now £425,000 and discounted stamp duty will apply up to £625,000.
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