DIRECTIONS AND LOCAL INFORMATION

A breath of fresh air, with all the right connections...

The historic market town of Chertsey nestles on the river Thames and enjoys a vibrant community life with independent shops, bars and restaurants. There’s a wealth of other shops in nearby Woking and Staines-on-Thames and, closer to home, the Farm Shop at Lyne offers locally grown fruit and veg, a traditional butchers shop and a popular café.

Wherever you go, you’re never far from green spaces and water, with 57 acres of Homewood Park on your doorstep, as well as riverside paths, nature trails and the wildlife meadows of Chertsey Meads close by.

Schooling options are excellent too. Meadowcroft Community Infant School, Pyrcroft Grange Primary School, Lyne & Longcross CofE Aided Primary School and Salesian School all enjoy Ofsted ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ status, while Sir William Perkin’s School provides a private alternative.

St Peter’s Quarter also offers simple connections for an easy commute. Situated just 18 miles south west of central London and 1 mile from Junction 11 of the M25, which provides direct access to the A3 and M3. If you’re planning to explore further afield, Heathrow Airport is a straight forward 15 minute drive away.

From Chertsey Train Station, you can get to Weybridge in 8 minutes then reach London Waterloo in just 28 minutes. Alternatively, driving 5.7 miles to Weybridge or 5.2 miles to Woking, makes the train journey to Waterloo even faster – with direct services taking under half an hour. 

The area enjoys an active community too, with plenty of leisure facilities and a wide selection of golf courses to choose from, such as Foxhills Golf & Spa Country Club.

Distances and journey times are approximate and are taken from Google Maps and www.thetrainline.com.

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