High Street, Esher, KT10 9RL

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Price/PCM £1,200
Bedrooms 1
EPC Rating 75 77

BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS IN A CONVENIENT CENTRAL LOCATION. A well-presented one bedroom flat situated in a central location in Esher’s High Street and within walking distance of the mainline rail station, with its regular service to London Waterloo.  The property offers bright accommodation with wood floors, dining area and smart, fitted kitchen. The A3 and the M25 motorway are just a short drive away, whilst schooling in the area is superb with Claremont Fan Court School in Esher, Danes Hill in Oxshott, the ACS and Feltonfleet in Cobham, and St George’s College in Weybridge. (Photos as previously furnished).

  • Reception hall
  • Reception room
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Double bedroom
  • Bathroom
  • Parking available only by permit application
  • Cobham : 5 miles
  • Oxshott : 3.5 miles
  • Central London : 18.5 miles
  • Heathrow : 25 miles
  • Gatwick: 27 miles
  • Kingston-upon-Thames : 5 miles
  • Guildford : 15 miles
  • Claremont Fan Court School, Esher
  • Danes Hill, Oxshott
  • The ACS International School, Cobham
  • Feltonfleet, Cobham
  • St George’s College, Weybridge

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Esher is a popular and historic residential location in the heart of Surrey that boasts bustling high street with an abundance of cosmopolitan cafes and restaurants, yet blends with a delightful Tudor church and the history of being one of King Henry VIII’s and Queen Victoria’s favourite country locations.  Henry VIII often ventured far from Hampton Court and into Esher on his many hunting trips while Claremont Mansion and its park, built by Clive of India, became the royal residence of Queen Victoria.  Claremont was lent to the exiled French King Louis-Philippe and his consort, Queen Marie-Amelie, following the 1848 revolution, and Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg resided at Claremont until he was honoured as King of the Belgians.  Esher has been the home to a number of famous names over the many years of its history including Lady Emma Talbot, the Duchess of Albany, Sir Edgar Vincent, Sir Robert Hawthorn Collins and in more recent years, George Harrison of the Beatles, visited by other members of the hugely popular band at his home recording studio, and Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees, where the hit single ‘Juliet’ was written and recorded by him and his brother, Robin.  In addition, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Mr Garcia in the Sherlock Holmes mystery, ‘The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge’, resided in Esher.  Today, the town is just as busy as it was then; the cinema in the high street benefits from four screens and More Place on the outskirts of the town has been completed refurbished and is now an esteemed bar, restaurant and golf course.  As part of the route for the Cycling Road Race and Time Trial for the London 2012 Olympics, Esher is geared towards the sporty person with Esher Rugby Club, AFC Westend Football Club, several cricket clubs, Esher’s Lawn Tennis Club has hard and grass courts, and of course there’s Sandown Park with a busy programme of horse racing throughout the year.  Nearby Hampton Court hosts their annual Hampton Court Flower Show, whilst Surrey Wildlife Trust manages Ockham Common, and if you are looking for beautiful flora and fauna, you can’t match Claremont Landscaped Gardens, Esher Place where a grass garden amphitheatre was built by Lutyens for the original manor house, the Royal Botanical Gardens and Kew and the RHS Garden at Wisley.

  • Mainline rail station with regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 25 minutes).
  • A3 within a short driving distance providing access to London, the M25 and motorway network providing easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
  • Excellent choice of schools including Cranmere Primary School, Esher Church School and Esher High School, Milbourne Lodge, Claremont Fan Court School and ACS International School nearby.
  • Leisure amenities including Claremont Park, RHS Garden Wisley, Royal Botanical Gardens Kew, Sandown Racecourse and Painshill Park nearby.
  • Eclectic range of boutique, international cuisine restaurants and cosmopolitan cafes.
  • High street names and department stores in nearby Kingston-upon-Thames and Guildford.

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