Riversdell Close, Chertsey, KT16 9JW

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Guide Price £500,000
Bedrooms 5
EPC Rating 70 82


Situated in a popular residential location in the heart of Chertsey is this beautifully-presented, modern town house.  The property provides spacious, open plan living with a highly beneficial layout.  The lovely kitchen/living/dining room is a warm family area with wood floor and underfloor heating, roof windows that allow the light to flood in, and sliding glazed doors that provide access to the landscaped rear garden.  On the first floor there are two bedrooms and bathroom, and on the second floor are three bedrooms and a further bathroom.  To the front of the property, there is ample off-street parking for two cars, and a storage area.  To the rear of the property is a delightful, secluded landscaped garden with established shrubs and a good-sized paved patio.

Schooling in the area is excellent and includes Salesian School and Pyrcroft Grange Primary School in Chertsey, Meath School in Ottershaw and St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and Stepgates Community School, whilst nearby is Brooklands College and Heathside School in Weybridge, Jubilee High School in Addlestone and Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Addlestone.  Chertsey’s mainline railway station provides regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 20 minutes) whilst the A3 and M25 motorway are within easy reach, leading to central London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

  • Modern open plan kitchen/living/dining room
  • Fully-fitted kitchen
  • Underfloor heating
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Off-street parking for two cars
  • Store
  • Town centre location
  • Easy reach of rail station, shops and local amenities
  • Weybridge : 3 miles
  • Addlestone :  2.5 miles
  • Staines : 6 miles
  • Ottershaw : 2 miles
  • Sunbury on Thames : 12.5 miles
  • Virginia Water : 4 miles
  • Heathrow : 15 miles
  • Gatwick : 33 miles
  • Central London :  28 miles

(All distances are approximate)

  • Salesian School, Chertsey
  • Pyrcroft Grange Primary School, Chertsey
  • Meath School, Ottershaw
  • St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Chertsey
  • Stepgates Community School, Chertsey
  • Brooklands College, Weybridge
  • Heathside School, Weybridge
  • Jubilee High School, Addlestone
  • Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Addlestone


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Local Area

Chertsey is situated south-west of London and is a popular residential location.  The town grew around Chertsey Abbey, which was founded in 666 AD and was awarded a market charter by Henry I.  The Abbey became one of the largest Benedictine abbeys in England until it was dissolved by Henry VIII in 1536; later stone from the Abbey was used to build nearby Oatlands Palace.  More stone from the Abbey was used to build the streets of Chertsey and by the late 17th century, only a few outer walls of the Abbey remained.


The 18th century Chertsey Bridge across the River Thames was originally built in the early 15th century and the River Bourne runs through the town, which connects with the Thames at Weybridge.  Chertsey Lock is just a short distance from the bridge and on the south-west corner of the bridge is a bronze statue of local heroine, Blanche Heriot, striking the bell.  The river in Chertsey has long held a Regatta and Olympic rowing has taken place above Chertsey Lock.


St Ann’s Hill in Chertsey was a vital viewing point for the Anglo-French Survey, which measured the distance between the Royal Greenwich Observatory and the Paris Observatory using trigonometry.  The hill was crucial for the link with the baseline of the English side of the survey on Hounslow Heath.


There are a number of notable properties in Chertsey including Curfew House, 25 Windsor Street, a Grade II listed, early 18th century house, Pyrcroft House which was referenced by the famous Nikolaus Pevsner, Botley Park and Bournewood House, which is part of Bournewood Park Hospital, adjacent to St Peter’s Hospital, and dating back to the Victorian period.


Notable residents of Chertsey include Tim Brabants, the Olympic kayaker, Lord Brabazon of Tara, Britain’s first licensed pilot, the comedian Rufus Hounds as well as well-known musicians such as Vince Clarke, Justin Hawkins, Keith Moon, Bobby Whitlock and Mike Rutherford.


There are a variety of sport and leisure facilities in Chertsey including the sports of football, rugby and cricket.  Schooling in the area is superb with several schools rated as Outstanding including Salesian School, Pyrcroft Grange Primary School, Meath School, St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and Stepgates Community School.  Transport links are excellent with Chertsey’s mainline rail station providing regular services to London Waterloo.  J11 of the M25 is nearby, as is the A3, linking to the M3, central London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

  • Chertsey mainline rail station with regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 20 minutes).
  • Within a short driving distance of J11 of the M25 motorway network providing easy access to London, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
  • Excellent choice of schools including Salesian School, Pyrcroft Grange Primary School, Meath School, St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and Stepgates Community School.
  • Leisure amenities nearby include golf clubs, rugby and football clubs, St Ann’s Hill, the River Thames and River Bourne, as well as plenty of walks and trails.

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