New Homes in Surbiton
Whether you’re heading into the heart of for work or staying local to enjoy wonderful spots like Park, Common and Bushy Park, there’s plenty in the area to keep you busy. Use the links below to browse our latest developments near Surbiton.
Live the Surbiton life
If you want to live in a characterful riverside neighbourhood with excellent access both to the heart of London and some stunning green spaces, buying a new home in Surbiton could be your perfect next move. Relatively affordable for this part of London, you can also enhance the deal you get on your new home through offers such as the government’s London Help to Buy initiative, which is available to first-time buyers.
Things to see and do in Surbiton
This is a wonderful place to live if you enjoy spending your time enjoying pretty natural spots. Hampton Court Park, Hampton Wick and Bushy Park are directly across the river from Surbiton, while Hampton Court Palace adds a royal touch to the local area. From riverside walks to trips to the nearby Richmond Park and Wimbledon and Putney Commons, the open spaces keep on coming.
There are plenty of pleasant places to enjoy a stroll or jog close to the centre of town too, thanks to spots like Fishponds Park, The Wood, Edith Gardens Nature Reserve and Berrylands Nature Reserve. With sports fields and golf clubs readily available, you can also take a short stroll north to Kingston upon Thames with its history, culture, markets and riverside bars and restaurants.
If you have kids to think of, the town’s Maple Infants’ School is rated as good by Ofsted, while St Andrew’s and St Mark’s CofE Junior School is classed as outstanding. Those two schools are next to each other on Maple Road, while the local secondary, the Hollyfield School and Sixth Form Centre is only around half a mile away on Surbiton Hill Road.
Surbiton transport links
Surbiton’s famous gleaming white Art Deco train station is located on Victoria Road. It offers South Western Railway services which can whisk you to central spots like Waterloo station in around 20 minutes, while it’s just 10 minutes to Clapham Junction. With Crossrail 2 passing through and plenty of local bus routes available, you’ll also have Heathrow Airport only around eight miles away.
The Surbiton property scene
From early Victorian villas and cottages to Edwardian detached homes, Twenties and Thirties semis and new properties, there’s a good selection of property in Surbiton. And despite its brilliant setting and superb transport links, house prices are lower than the London average.Whether you’re set on a period property or looking for a modern apartment in nearby spots such as Wallington and Hounslow, offers like our scheme provide you with great ways to save some money when you move.