PROPERTY IN ESHER AND WALTON-ON-THAMES
Both form part of the Borough of Elmbridge, coined “The Beverley Hills of Britain” by some, due to the magnitude of income tax paid by its residents!
Good road communications such as the A3/M25, close proximity to London Gatwick and particularly Heathrow, good train services to London and elsewhere, along with some splendid countryside and proximity to the Thames, make Elmbridge an enviable location.
There are good state and independent schools locally and within the Borough such as Reeds in Cobham. Along with good shopping, there is also a range of cultural and leisure amenities such as Sandown Racecourse, pubs and restaurants as well as various sports clubs e.g. rowing and sailing clubs along the Thames.
Whilst Walton is mentioned in the Domesday Book, Esher grew later on, almost as a suburb of the Royal Palace of Hampton Court during Henry VIII’s time. Notable residents have included George Harrison of the Beatles, Queen Victoria and Dame Julie Andrews of Sound of Music fame.
These and other towns and villages in Elmbridge, such as Weybridge, Cobham and Oxshott provide a wealth of historic, older and more contemporary housing to buy or rent, whatever your budget.
As a Chartered Surveyor, property professional and relocation agent, Neil has almost 40 years experience, acting either for clients or in pursuing his own interests in both the buying and renting of residential property, particularly in London, Surrey and Kent where he has lived and worked most of his life.
Knowing the trials and tribulations involved, he is well placed with his bespoke service, to guide clients who are busy with their own lives and business concerns, or those with the combined pressure of changing jobs and moving home, through the process as speedily and smoothly as possible.
With his agency contacts, Neil has been able to source, early “off market” opportunities for clients seeking properties to buy or rent for their own occupation or investment purchase, either as Holiday Let or “Buy To Let”, some also with redevelopment potential, of which they would not have otherwise been aware.