Our estate agents in Newport occupies a prime central location on the high street and corner of St Thomas’s Square. The office offers a range of properties in and around town – including outlying villages like Brighstone, Shorwell, Chillerton, Rookley, Shalfleet and Wootton Bridge.
With a further seven supporting offices on the Isle of Wight, any vendor effectively has a network of eight offices working for them.
Why Choose Watson Bull & Porter?
We look forward to introducing our clients to the latest tablet technology – Launchpad – which demonstrates our range of services. This includes our unrivalled ‘Enhanced Marketing Packages’ which help promote properties to their full potential and widest audience. These packages combine professional photography with audio-tours, helping our vendors stand out online, engage potential buyers, generate more interest, sell faster – and achieve the best possible price. We offer selling, buying, mortgage advice, rentals, surveys, new builds, referral to land and new homes/commercial and solicitors. Look no further for estate agents in Newport.
Local Information about Newport
Newport is often called the capital of the Isle of Wight. Its varied residential surrounding includes Victorian character houses particularly in the vicinity of Carisbrooke Castle. Two large music festivals – The Isle of Wight Festival, followed by the award-winning Bestival – take place here. There’s also a regular programme of events at Newport’s theatres and the Quay Arts Centre. Public ferries to the isle embark from Lymington, Southampton and Portsmouth.
12 sales & lettings offices on the island.
Quality marketing to promote your property sale.
An association with John D Wood & Co, helping our clients reach the London buyer market.
A substantial four/five bedroom property set in approximately 6.5acres of land which includes two fields, a formal garden with swimming pool and a large workshop/double garage with tractor shed material store and separate store / tack room. The current owner has also......
Believed to originate from around 1800 this farmhouse is Grade II listed and retains period features such as sash windows veranda and flagstone floors with typically well proportioned rooms. Enjoying excellent countryside views all around the garden and paddock which......