About Austin & Wyatt

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  • A property heritage to be proud of since 1836.
  • Industry qualified staff providing the highest level of knowledge and service.
  • A network of 18 high street branches.
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About Austin & Wyatt Estate and Letting Agents

Established in 1836, Austin & Wyatt Estate Agents have been successfully selling and renting homes across  Dorset, Southampton, the New Forest, Hampshire and the Meon Valley for many years. We are proud of our local reputation for professionalism which is founded upon our preservation of traditional values and our attention to personal service. In later years this has been effectively combined with the latest technology to provide excellent customer service and top class property presentation and exposure.

With properties ranging from starter homes to country manors, Austin & Wyatt offer estate and letting agency services across the entire housing sector.

For sellers and landlords, our advertising within all major local property publications, and our prominently located branches ensure maximum exposure for every client’s home. Once you list your property with Austin & Wyatt, it will immediately benefit from promotion throughout our entire branch network of computer linked offices. This means your property is advertised to prospective buyers and tenants at the earliest opportunity.


As part of Countrywide we're joint winners of over 200 awards. The most recent being gold from the prestigious ESTAS awards 2016, for best large agency group. 

Austin & Wyatt are part of Countrywide plc, the UK's largest estate agency group located in 1,200 locations nationwide. Listing your property for sale or rent in Hampshire, the New Forest, Meon Valley, Dorset or Wiltshire with Austin & Wyatt means your property will be immediately featured on a number of key property websites, as well as our own, including Propertywide.co.uk, Zoopla, Rightmove and Primelocation.

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