What are Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames like?
Weybridge achieves a good balance between aspirational style and family-friendly day-to-day living, with a busy high street and plenty of green spaces. Walton is also a major shopping centre, with a modern mall and a good variety of upmarket high street retailers.
We focus on Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames, with particular focus on the exclusive St George’s Hill, Burwood Park and Ashley Park estates.
Property in Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames
There are two markets in Weybridge: the core, mainstream market focusing on Weybridge town centre, and the ultra-prime market of St George’s Hill and the private parks of Walton-on-Thames.
The Weybridge area has a fine selection of period property ranging from terraced cottages to spacious villas. In fact, it offers the greatest range of scale and style in the whole of Elmbridge, from quaint terraces and Edwardian semis to detached Italianate residences and interwar Arts & Crafts houses.
The gated, highly secure estates of St George’s Hill and Burwood Park attract celebrities and the international super-rich with an array of interwar ‘stockbroker’ styles designed by the leading Arts & Crafts architect W. G. Tarrant, and the ultimate in contemporary statement houses.
For period properties in quaint, villagey settings, head to Oatlands and Hersham.
For town-centre cottages, look in Elmgrove Road, Oakdale Road, Hostein Avenue and Cedar Road.
For handsome Edwardiana, try St Alban’s Avenue, Mount Pleasant and Curzon Road.
For period houses handy for Walton town centre, look in the gated Ashley Park estate, around Ashley Park Avenue.
The local scene
Leisure activities include superb golf courses as St George’s Hill, the Burhill Golf Club and the Silvermere Golf Club; riverside walks and water sports on the Thames and the Wey; and motoring history at the Brooklands Museum, where the Mercedes Benz World is a paradise for lovers of expensive cars.
Weybridge is close to both the M3 and the M25 (at Junction 11), providing fast access to Heathrow Airport just three junctions along.
There are stations at Weybridge and Waton-on-Thames: non-stopping services to London Waterloo take 26 and 24 minutes respectively.
Schools in Weybridge and Walton-on-Thames
The independent St George’s College, Weybridge, is a major draw. The area is also noted for its excellent state schools, which include Manby Lodge Infants School, St James CE Primary School, Cleves School, Oatlands School and Heathside School.