Curchods specialise in the sale of luxury homes, mansions, character homes and redevelopment opportuntities on St George's Hill, Weybridge.
"I have been selling properties on St George's Hill for over 20 years and in that time, have handled the sale of nearly 60% of the properties on the estate. My years of experience and insight into the St George's Hill property market position me perfectly to offer you sound advice and help orchestrate your next move. If you are minded to buy or sell a property on St George's Hill, I look forward to talking with you."
- Andrew Grant, Partner
Many people consider St George's Hill to be out of their reach price wise, thinking the estate is only the preserve of the uber rich and famous, but this is not always the case. In truth it is home to families who value the safety, security and tranquillity of this private gated estate, who own homes whose prices are not that far removed from the other private residential estates across South East England.
Several of our clients have requested their property not appear in public advertising or the internet, contact us for more information on our collection of discreetly marketed properties.
Potmore House 54 Church Street, Weybridge, Surrey, KT13 8DP
Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 6.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 5.00pm
We know how to find the right buyer for your property.
Curchods are Surrey’s largest independent estate agent. By using our extensive reach throughout the county, we are able to attract the right buyers and achieve a property sale every 90 minutes!^
High demand from buyers and all time low mortgage interest rates, are helping us to achieve some exceptional prices. If you are thinking of selling or letting, please call your local Curchods office to book a FREE market appraisal of your home.
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We are now fast approaching the second phase of the Government’s crackdown on private Buy-to-Let landlords, with the restriction on the lucrative tax relief claimed on rental properties. The first, being the rise in Stamp Duty for 2nd home and investment purchases which came into effect following last spring’s budget. This had the desired effect of slowing down the stampede and probably stopping many cautious or first time investment purchasers, but many seasoned and canny buyers realised that the long term forecast for the housing market, especially in the south east, is likely to continue its upward trend and whilst the additional costs are a burden, the capital growth is the prize.... read more