Welcome to our estate agency office in New Haw. We specialise in residential properties for sale in Woodham, New Haw and Addlestone, KT15.
After welcoming Townley Knott back to the New Haw branch as Manager at the start of 2014, the office has gone from strength to strength. Townley comments "I have lived in the area my whole life and was a student at Fullbrook school many years ago. I joined Curchods in 2007 in the Woking office before transferring to New Haw in 2008 as negotiator. After 2 years I moved to the West Byfleet office before returning as manager in 2014. With an emphasis on customer relations I endeavour to provide the best possible service to both customers and clients alike. Being an independent agent, yet linked to the other Curchods offices, enables us to provide a service that is quite simply, second to none."
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“Having spoken to several agents regarding the sale of this property I opted to go with Curchods. The property was sold within 48 hours of going on the market for above the asking price. The agents helped to negotiate the best sale price for me and the sale was completed within six weeks. ”31 New Haw Road
“Very attentive, prompt, efficient and helpful dealings with everyone. Townley, Nicole and Amanda always gave us confidence in all aspects of our dealings with them. We could not have asked for a better or more attentive service from them.”New Haw Road, Addlestone
““Always efficient! I think the fact that the New Haw branch is quite small, adds to there being a personal and no-stress atmosphere. Everyone was really kind and helpful whenever I phoned or called into the branch. If I ever moved again I would definitely use Curchods.”The Avenue, New Haw
“Amazing! The whole team has been fantastic throughout the process and could not do enough to support me. Thank you so much!”Byfleet Road, New Haw
“Everyone I spoke to was extremely helpful, approachable and knowledgeable. We dealt with Nicole, who was a pleasure to work with, always kept in touch and was calm and logical and very friendly - very good and trusted estate agent and would work with her and Curchods again.”Warren Road, New Haw
“Efficient, helpful service. All questions were answered speedily, the process was explained clearly. Very professional.”Westfield Court, New Haw
“Excellent! From instruction to finding a ‘no chain’ applicant such as a first time buyer without complication, was carried through effortlessly.”Westfield Court, New Haw
“Thank you so much for all your support and assistance throughout the process for us to buy this property. I will recommend your service to friends and family without hesitation!”School Lane, New Haw
“Excellent! Could not have asked for a better service. Would highly recommend the New Haw branch!”Woodham Lane, New Haw
“Throughout the process of selling our property we were very happy with the service provided by the friendly team at Curchods. We were kept informed at all stages of the sale and they were always prepared to go that extra mile to keep the process on track. They were helpful and professional at all times and we would definitely recommend.”Woodham Lane, New Haw
“Service we thought was very good. Always got back to us, never had to chase and all questions we had were answered in a very professional way. We are both happy with the service we received. Many thanks.”Alexandra Road, Addlestone
“Really pleased with your customer service, extremely professional. And have highly recommended you to two more potential sellers in the New Year. Bon voyage from a very happy bunny!”Warren Road, New Haw
“98% of our clients say they would recommend us and use us again, and we've been voted by the public as Surrey's Best Estate Agent for customer satisfaction for the last 3 years running in 2013, 2014 and 2015!”
300a Woodham Lane, New Haw, Surrey, KT15 3NT
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
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