Harrison Murray's East Hunsbury branch
A large suburb three miles south of Northampton, East Hunsbury is situated just a mile from junction 15 of the M1. It is home to the Grangewood Park Residents Club, a leisure complex complete with tennis and squash courts, which was converted from historic grade II listed farm buildings. In 2015 East Hunsbury was granted its own parish council, having been part of Wooton parish previously.
Our East Hunsbury branch can be found in a shopping complex on Butts Road, which it shares with a hair salon, florist, pub, supermarket, pharmacy and fish and chip shop. The customer focused Harrison Murray Estate Agency team can expertly help with the buying or selling of your property or any lettings requirements. They can also link you up with mortgage advisers from Nottingham Mortgage Services, who will assist in finding the right mortgage for you.
Services available at our branch include:
- Estate agency
Bite-sized fact: Until the late 1960s little had been done to landscape East Hunsbury and quarries were still visible. The majority of the houses there were built from 1980 onwards.
East Hunsbury is located near: Duston, Harlestone, Kettering, Moulton, Northampton, Towcester and Wellingborough.
With well over 25 years of experience, our local knowledge and dedicated advisers can make buying, selling and letting homes easier than ever.
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East Hunsbury branch in the news
Aspiring Olympian Norbert thanks kind-hearted team
A rising taekwondo star took time out to visit our Harrison Murray Northamptonshire team and thank them for the part they are playing in his 2024 Olympic dream.
Norbert Gawrysiak, from Northampton, popped in to the East Hunsbury branch to show his appreciation for a £750 contribution that significantly helps his aims of competing against the world’s best in Paris.
The former kickboxer has to fund every aspect of his training and travel schedule himself and that’s where the donation - made via the SportsAid charity, which The Nottingham has supported since 2013 - is worth its weight in gold as he strives for gold himself.