Chertsey Removal Company Near Me

Chertsey is a town found in the county of Surrey. It is approximately 29km south-west of central London. Chertsey is a beautiful town with some really good amenities. For commuters, it is a well-located area, with the station being on the Waterloo to Reading line and just 50 minutes away from London Waterloo. Reading and Weybridge are just 11 minutes away by train. Chertsey is very close to the M25 making it easily accessible to near by towns, such as Staines-upon-Thames, Guildford, Windsor, Epsom and Kingston-upon-Thames, all under 30 minutes away. Chertsey has two major airports within reach, with Heathrow being a 23 minute drive away and Gatwick a 45 minute drive.

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Things to do in Chertsey

Chertsey is set on the banks of the River Thames, which means there are plenty of opportunities to go on boat trips or enjoy nature trails down the river. There are also a number of parks and green spaces to enjoy in Chertsey, such as Dumsey Meadow, Chertsey Meads and Abbeyfields.

There is a lot of history and culture to be explored in Chertsey and a great place to start is the Chertsey Abbey. This is a Benedictine monastery, which was founded in 666 AD. It has a gruesome early history and has bells that weigh over half a ton each.

If you are a thrill seeker then you will be pleased to hear that two of the best theme parks in England can be found in the area and these are Thorpe park, which is found in Chertsey itself and Chessington World of Adventures which is just a short drive away.

Schools and Education

Chertsey is an amazing place to raise a family, as it is a safe area with a close knit community and also has exceptional schools and childcare facilities. Chertsey’s very own Salesian School is one of the top 10 schools in the whole of England. A fantastic primary school in Chertsey is Stepgates Community School, as well as Pycroft Grange Primary School. For secondary schools, other than the ‘Outstanding’ rated Salesian School, there are other great options, such as, Sir Williams Perkin’s School and Heathside School which can be found in Weybridge.

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Local Areas Nearby:

  • Addlestone
  • Thorpe
  • Lyn
  • Ottershore
  • Row Town

Cost of living in Chertsey

Chertsey is one of the more affordable parts of Surrey, with the average price of property in the area being £429,422 in the last year. Most of the sales in Chertsey over the last year have been semi-detached houses, which sold for an average of £440,970. Flats in the area sold for an average of £263,032, where as detached properties were unsurprisingly the highest average at £679,286. Overall sell prices in Chertsey were up by 13% compared to the previous year, due to the increased desire to live in the area. As house prices are consistently increasing, it is a great place to invest and buy property.