We put careful thought into where we build our new homes, aiming to ensure that they are conveniently located near local amenities, have access to green space and are well connected with transport links.
All our new homes in Chertsey are designed with energy and water efficiency in mind, with efficient appliances as standard, high efficiency heating systems and good levels of insulation providing a modern, attractive home that can contribute towards living a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
Discover your new home in any of our available new build developments in Chertsey below.
2 bedroom apartments
Introducing West Village, the newest phase in the hugely successful Upper Longcross development.If you’re seeking a new, energy-efficient home with allocated parking and a contemporary design, our two-bedroom apartments in Surrey could be the perfect place to call home. With very few properties now remaining, act now to secure your future at our popular Upper Longcross development.
The small town of Chertsey on the London commuter belt is the perfect blend of rural scenery and modern town life. With exceptional transport links, fantastic schools, and lots of green space, many young families and young professionals are looking for houses for sale in Chertsey.
Chertsey is home to a number of listed buildings that showcase the history of the town. From Chertsey Bridge to the Cedars (home of the Chertsey Museum), it’s easy to get a feel for the story of the area and to feel connected to its roots. Chertsey Abbey is one of the most iconic buildings and was originally founded in 666 AD. Since it was founded, the Abbey has gone from being a huge power in the local area to being attacked by Vikings, to growing with the market town.
From big days out to free afternoon activities, you will never be short of things to do in Chertsey. For a small town, it is jam-packed with big attractions that are only minutes away from our new build homes in Chertsey. The famous Thorpe Park, which now includes Thorpe Lakes - packed with wakeboarding and watersports. If you’re looking for something a little more low-key, there’s the free museum, as well as the beautiful Chertsey Meads.
Chertsey Meads isn’t the only green space you can enjoy though. There’s also St Ann’s Hill Park and Nature Trail, or the smaller Abbeyfields, Chertsey Recreation Ground and Gogmore Farm Park. Not to mention the waterway walks alongside the River Thames.
For those looking for new homes in Chertsey with growing families, there’s a selection of schools in Chertsey, many of which have achieved an ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating. There are three primary schools and three secondary schools in the town, as well as Brooklands College in nearby Weybridge. For further higher education, there are a number of top choice options nearby.
Chertsey is just off the M25 and M3, meaning you are exceptionally well connected through road links to London and then on to the rest of the country. If you prefer to travel by train, Chertsey train station offers regular services across to London (in just over an hour), and across to Weybridge (in around 10 minutes).
If you want to live life in rural surroundings but still be close to the action, you can find all our property for sale in Chertsey listed above.
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