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Estate Agents Rugby

The market town of Rugby is where our head office is based and is home to the majority of our team. We’re centrally located on Albert Street and there is some public metered parking available right outside the office.

All of our teams are all represented at our office in Rugby. The Estate Agent in Rugby team occupy the front office, displaying a number of the properties that they are offering for sale in the traditional estate agent style windows, with significant window space on the central Rugby corner office. The team share the ground floor of the Rugby office with the Rugby Lettings team whose offices sit off the main front office as well as the H&H Board Room. Our New Homes team also occupy space on the ground floor. From the Estate Agents’ office, a staircase and lift are available to the first floor where our Administration and Accounts, Commercial, Farm Sales and Rural teams are housed along with our in house Marketing specialists.

On site services offered at Rugby:

Howkins & Harrison Rugby


7-11 Albert Street, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV21 2RX

Estate Agent in Rugby - Sales: 01788 564 666
Estate Agent in Rugby - Lettings: 01788 564 666
Rural & Farm Sales: 01788 564 680
Commercial Property Agent in Rugby: 01788 564678

Opening Hours
Monday – Friday
9am to 5.30pm
9am to 4pm

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About Rugby

Rugby is credited with being the birthplace of the sport of rugby and this is well celebrated within the town. It has many other claims to fame as well, it is home to Rugby School, one of England’s oldest and most prestigious public schools. It is also the birthplace of the jet engine, with Frank Whittle having built the first prototype in Rugby.

The modern town of Rugby is a borough in its own right, encompassing the villages of Dunchurch, Cawston, Long Lawford and Dunsmore, on its outskirts. Part of Warwickshire, it borders Northamptonshire and Leicestershire, and is only 13 miles east of Coventry. It is the second largest town in the county and with that brings a wealth of facilities.

The town itself is mostly Victorian, yet some much older buildings still remain. 19th Century Victorian Gothic architect, William Butterfield, designed a lot of Rugby’s buildings, including much of Rugby School.

Rugby station can take you direct to London Euston in under an hour, making Rugby and the surrounding villages popular with commuters. The M1, M6 and M45 are also on the doorstep and the M40 is only about half an hour away. Meaning Rugby is a great location with its combination of local amenities and road and rail links.