Maidenhead Removal Company Near Me

Maidenhead is a popular market town found in Berkshire and is on the southwestern bank of the River Thames. It is a town in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. It is surrounded by beautiful villages, with some amazing National Trust land, including Cliveden House which is 17th century property and grounds. Many Londoners choose to live in this area because of the spacious homes, surrounding countryside and excellent schools available.

Explore Maidenhead

Things to do in Maidenhead

Maidenhead has a great high street with a shopping centre that offers both small boutiques and also high street favourites. There is also a library and a multiplex cinema. There are some fantastic sporting and leisure facilities in Maidenhead, which include an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, golf clubs and horse racing, which can be found at Ascot nearby. There are a vast range of restaurants, pubs and bars in the town which are usually lively, especially on the weekends. Nearby is Bray, which is home to two of the highest ranked restaurants in Britain, Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck and the Rouz brothers Waterside Inn.

There are many public gardens and parks in Maidenhead, as well as a Sports & Recreation Ground where you can partake in several different sports. There is also a Driving range and mini golf course here. There are also a range of beautiful riverside walks along the Thames to be enjoyed, not to mention the stunning Windsor Great Park that is just a short drive away, which is 4500 acres of beautiful grounds that are owned by The Crown Estate.

Benefits of moving to Maidenhead

As Maidenhead is only 30 miles from the centre of London, it is a great location for commuters who don’t want to live in the busy expensive city. Maidenhead’s station offers links to London Paddington in just 30 minutes. It is easy to get onto both the M4 and M25, making it easy to travel by car to other cities, such as Reading and also to get to Heathrow Airport.

Maidenhead has an array of fantastic schools and educational institutes. There are many state and independent schools that can cater to all age groups. Some local schools include Braywick Court, Larchfield Primary & Nursery, Oldfield School, St Piran’s and Highfield Preparatory. Maidenhead is just a short drive away from prestigious Eton college as well, which has seen many famous people go through its doors.

Looking to make the move to Maidenhead

Local Suburbs Nearby:

Some local places include Hurley, Hurst, Knowl Hill, Littlewick Green, Marlow Bottom, Oakley Green, Pinkneys Green, Twyford, Waltham St Lawrence, Warfield, Winkfield and Woodley, Bisham, Bovingdon Green, Bray, Burchetts Green, Cookham, Cookham Dean, Cranbourne, Crazies Hill & Cockpole Green, Eton Wick & Boveney, Fifield, Hare Hatch, Hitcham and Holyport.

Cost of living in Maidenhead

Maidenhead has a very diverse range of property, which means it can cater to all budgets and preferences, whether that be buying or renting. The houses in Maidenhead are mainly Victorian terrace houses, however there are many new build houses and apartments too. The average house price in Maidenhead is £551,863. Most of the sales made in the last year were for detached properties which sold at an average of £766,640. Semi detached properties averaged at around £519,876 and flats at £319,621. Overall house prices have risen by 2% in the last year.