Weybridge is a popular Surrey commuter town located at the confluence of the River Wey and the Thames. The incredible area of St George’s Hill has housed the likes of John Lennon, Kate Winslet, and Sir Elton John – so you would be in good company! Many who move to Weybridge are upsizing their property and this lends to a regular influx of families who set up roots here. This lends to a fantastic sense of community in the town.
Moving to Weybridge
St George’s Hill is a sought after private estate in Weybridge. The properties are grand mansions, with gates and beautifully manicured forecourts, hosting Ferraris and Aston Martins. For these properties, budgets of around £4 million, but upwards of £13 million for the real celebrity-status showstoppers, are needed. The 1960’s estates in Weybridge are perfect for families due to their sense of community.
Property locations vary from riverside to town centre and there are cottages, terraces, bungalows, maisonettes, and flats to suit every budget. For those looking to buy, one-bed flats have an average price of £215,000. Three-bed family homes average at around £663,000, and detached homes; £927,000. In terms of rental opportunities, a lovely four-bed family home will be around £3145 pcm, whereas a three-bed is £2522. One and two-bed flats fall in the £910 to £1403 pcm bracket.
Moving to Weybridge couldn’t be easier. The Britannia Sandersteads office is located just 30 minutes away from Weybridge, in Godstone. The team at Britannia Sandersteads are not only able to provide you with a seamless moving service, but can also provide bespoke storage solutions.
Schools in Weybridge
The best primary school in Weybridge, in the eyes of Ofsted, is St George’s. However, St Charles Borromeo, Manby Lodge and Oatlands school are all ‘good with outstanding features’. The most popular secondary is the senior branch of St George’s, but Brooklands College is also highly regarded. Other top performers include Walton Leigh and Heathside.
Transport Links Weybridge
Weybridge train station is served by South West Trains. With regular direct trains to London Waterloo, and with a journey time of as little as 30 minutes, it is ideal for commuters. Four services per hour run via Surbiton, and an additional two via Virginia Water, Staines, and Hounslow. In the opposite direction, trains run directly to Woking (for connections to Portsmouth) and Basingstoke.
Depending on your destination, Weybridge has easy access to the A3, M25 London Orbital and M3. A journey to Woking or Guildford can take as little as 20 minutes. Handily, Heathrow airport is just 9 miles away, about 25 minutes in good traffic.