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New Homes in Surrey

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New Homes in Surrey

Beautiful towns and countryside within commuting distance of London

Located to the south west of London and encompassing the towns of Guildford, Woking, Ewell, Camberley, Surrey is a popular place to settle, especially for commuters into the capital. Blending great transport links with areas of natural beauty, Surrey is a county that ‘has it all’.

The East of England through the ages

There is evidence that Surrey was populated before Roman times, with many historic sites still visible today including Holmbury Iron Age Hill Fort, Woking Palace and Stane Street. When the Romans arrived they created temples and settlements, but very few of these remain with the exception of the Roman Villa and Tile Works in Ashtead.

The name Surrey was derived from Anglo-Saxons times in the 5th century. Chertsey Abbey was built in 666 AD and was an important Christian site, while the Mercians ruled until 825 AD when the King of Wessex gained control, meaning Surrey was eventually ruled by the West Saxons along with the rest of England. Although Surrey resisted the Vikings for centuries, it came under the control of King Cnut when the Danes invaded England.

Following 1066 and the Battle of Hastings, the Normans eventually made it to Surrey and seized much of the land. Guildford Castle became a royal palace in the 1100s, and Farnham Castle was also constructed during this time. By the 17th century, Surrey’s traditional cloth industry had finished, but the iron industry became important, along with the manufacturing of gunpowder and paper. By the time the English Civil War broke out, Surrey had played a big role in the politics of the time. The first railways were opened in Surrey in the 19th century, which led to a boom in population as people could now travel to and from London in the first wave of commuters.

Famous people who have lived in Surrey through the ages include mathematicians Ada Lovelace and Alan Turing, and writers Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Lewis Carroll, H. G. Wells and Aldous Huxley.

Must-know info for families

If you’re moving to Surrey with a growing family in tow, it’s good to know that the county is home to a large number of excellent schools. These include Aberdour School in Burgh Heath, ACS Cobham International School in Cobham, ACS Egham International School in Egham, Aldro in Godalming, Box Hill School in Mickleham, Cranmore School in West Horsley, Danes Hill School in Oxshott and Epsom College in Epsom. The University of Surrey is also located in Guildford.

Places to see and things to do

For family-friendly days out, there is lots to see and do in Surrey including Chessington World of Adventures, Thorpe Park, The British Wildlife Centre, Birdworld, Godstone Farm, the London Bus Museum and Reigate Caves. If you like exploring the great outdoors, the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are ideal for walking, cycling and picnicking.

What about business?

Although traditional industries in Surrey have long since died out, Surrey still has a lively business scene with a number of big companies being located in the area. These include Colgate-Palmolive and Sanofi-Aventis, while London’s innumerable big employers are within easy reach by train.

For travel

For car travel, a large portion of the M25 is located within Surrey borders, while other routes include M3, A3 and M23. For journeys into the capital, it’s quicker to travel by train than by car. The train journey from Guildford takes just 40 minutes direct to Waterloo, while the car journey would take more than 1 hour and is very traffic dependent. If you’re going abroad for work or for pleasure, the nearest airports include London Heathrow, London Gatwick and London Stansted, with flights to destinations all over the world. 

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New Quarter

Louisburg Avenue, Bordon, HAMPSHIRE, GU35 0NE
14.6 miles from search location
  • £ From £330,000
  • 3 bedroom homes
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Beaufort Place

Lady Margaret Road, Ifield, CRAWLEY, RH11 0DB
16.9 miles from search location
  • £ £371,995 To £374,995
  • 3 bedroom homes

Montague Park

London Road, Wokingham, RG40 1RD
16.9 miles from search location
  • £ £279,995 To £629,995
  • 2 & 4 bedroom homes
Gross rental yield: 4.80% - 5.66%

Gross rental yield:

Gross annual projected rental yield figures are based on the projected yields of at least two independent valuations supplied.  Figures do not represent guaranteed rental return and are based on the property being continually rented.

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Cane Hill Park

Brighton Road, Coulsdon, GREATER LONDON, CR5 3YL
19.1 miles from search location
  • £ £529,995 To £799,995
  • 3 & 5 bedroom homes

Marlborough Grove

Langley Road, Langley, SLOUGH, SL3 8DA
19.6 miles from search location
  • £ From £705,000
  • 4 bedroom homes

Putney Rise

Westleigh Avenue, Putney, LONDON, SW15 6RJ
21.9 miles from search location
  • £ £499,995 To £1,180,000
  • 1, 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes
Gross rental yield: 3.80% - 4.30%

Gross rental yield:

Gross annual projected rental yield figures are based on the projected yields of at least two independent valuations supplied.  Figures do not represent guaranteed rental return and are based on the property being continually rented.

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Chapel Gate

Kingsclere Road, Basingstoke, HAMPSHIRE, RG21 5TB
23 miles from search location
  • £ £354,995 To £409,995
  • 3 & 4 bedroom homes

Bishop Park

West End Lane, Henfield, WEST SUSSEX, BN5 9UH
23.4 miles from search location
  • £ £429,995 To £629,995
  • 4 & 5 bedroom homes

Fulham Riverside

49 Townmead Road, Fulham, LONDON, SW6 2SY
23.7 miles from search location
  • £ £2,677,500 To £3,500,000
  • 4 & 5 bedroom homes
Gross rental yield: 3.60% - 3.90%

Gross rental yield:

Gross annual projected rental yield figures are based on the projected yields of at least two independent valuations supplied.  Figures do not represent guaranteed rental return and are based on the property being continually rented.

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Lombard Wharf

Lombard Road, Battersea, LONDON, SW11 3AY
24.2 miles from search location
  • £ £689,000 To £1,598,000
  • 1, 2 & 3 bedroom homes
Gross rental yield: 2.80% - 3.50%

Gross rental yield:

Gross annual projected rental yield figures are based on the projected yields of at least two independent valuations supplied.  Figures do not represent guaranteed rental return and are based on the property being continually rented.

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Nine Elms Point

Nine Elms Point, Wandsworth Road, Lambeth, LONDON, SW8 2LF
26.1 miles from search location
  • £ £850,000 To £999,995
  • 2 bedroom homes
Gross rental yield: 3.80% - 4.50%

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Gross annual projected rental yield figures are based on the projected yields of at least two independent valuations supplied.  Figures do not represent guaranteed rental return and are based on the property being continually rented.

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Chapter Street

26, Chapter Street, London, GREATER LONDON, SW1P 4NY
26.5 miles from search location
  • £ £1,387,500 To £2,360,000
  • 2 & 3 bedroom homes
Gross rental yield: 3.20% - 3.60%

Gross rental yield:

Gross annual projected rental yield figures are based on the projected yields of at least two independent valuations supplied.  Figures do not represent guaranteed rental return and are based on the property being continually rented.

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