Selling or letting your home in Stevenage. 

The best way to sell or let your home in Stevenage for the best price is to work with a local estate agent who truly knows the property market inside out. That’s us! Independent and proud, Stevenage is our home-turf and we know it well. Start with a free valuation, then choose between our flexible fee option and we’ll get started on marketing your home. Easy as 1,2,3.

Buying property in Stevenage?

If you’re new to the area and about to start your property search, you’re in luck! We’ve put together a Local Area Guide for Stevenage to give you a better idea of what it’s like to live in Stevenage, so sit back and let us show you around town.


Welcome to Stevenage

Local amenities in Stevenage

Stevenage is home to a wide range of sports clubs and facilities. Stevenage Leisure provides a variety of options, such as golf, swimming, badminton and a well-equipped gym. Whilst Fairlands Valley Park offers a range of watersports such as kayaking, climbing and windsurfing.

As a resident in Stevenage, you can also take advantage of the King George V Playing Fields, where regular community events and sports are held. Or go for some retail therapy at the Westgate Shopping Centre, where you can find popular shops such as H&M and River Island, or the Old Town’s high street which is home to over 50 businesses.

Things to do in Stevenage

Whether you’re a history buff or a culture vulture, there’s something for you in Stevenage.

Stevenage Museum traces the town’s history from the Stone Age to the present day through displays of archaeology, geology and natural history. If you have kids, why not follow the popular Dinosaur Trail to see if they can spot all 70 life-sized dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures hidden along the way?

Not to mention Knebworth House (the former home of Victorian novelist Edward Bulwer-Lytton, now open to the public) is only a 10-minute drive away from the town centre. What’s more, it also doubles as a venue for rock festivals, having seen acts like Queen, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd over the years.


Types of properties in Stevenage

There are two distinct areas in Stevenage: Old Town and New Town. The smaller Old Town, with its more prestigious period homes, has an attractive high street lined with small shops and historic pubs. In contrast, the New Town, built between 1946 and 1980, sports a more modern look and feel.

Where property is concerned, Stevenage is a tale of two towns: with the grander homes (think of Victorian and Edwardian style) in the Old Town tending to be more expensive. Whereas houses in the New Town, which were built after World War II, sit on the more affordable end of the spectrum.

Local Schools in Stevenage

Most schools in Stevenage were built in the ‘60s, to accommodate the overspill of population from London. For families with young children, there are a number of notable primary schools here like Woolenwick Infant and Nursery School and Letchmore Infants’ and Nursery School.

As you settle into life in Stevenage, you may be interested in local secondary schools, in which case there are The Thomas Alleyne School, Marriotts School and The John Henry Newman Catholic School. The town also has a further education and higher education college, North Hertfordshire College.

Transport links in Stevenage

Did you know? Stevenage was the first town with a completely pedestrianised town centre, so exploring the area on foot is a breeze.

On top of that, transport options to and from Stevenage are plentiful; the station has connections to major cities such as Cambridge, York, Leeds and London, with King’s Cross just 25 minutes away. If you’re a car owner, you’ll be pleased to hear that, as a rural town, space does not tend to be an issue in Stevenage and you can usually find places to park here. In fact, there are several car parks around Stevenage where you can park your vehicle safely and securely when exploring local amenities.

For a weekend getaway or half-term holidays, a 30-minute drive to London Luton Airport opens the door to destinations like Copenhagen, Gran Canaria, Malaga and more.

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Agent Hybrid were recommended to us through our friends who had recently sold their house through them. At first, I was very sceptical about the fixed fee option as I felt they wouldn’t be motivated to sell our house. Sold our house on first day of viewings achieving a much higher price than thinking was possible.


Ashley, Yasemin and James were incredibly professional and provided a very high value service. The house was sold within a week, but their continued support throughout the process of seeing the sale through to completion was exemplary. We remain grateful for making the process so smooth, trouble free and without any stress.


I’d like to say a huge thank you to Ashley, James and Yasemin for all the hard work and effort they gave to help us sell our property. They made the whole process pain free and helped us along every step of the way. Best in the area!


We cannot fault Ashley and the team! From the valuation and photos, right through to completion, they were amazing. Hats off to Yasemin! Honestly, she was always so kind and never seemed bothered by our million calls and questions. She always kept us in the loop and never kept us waiting.