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So the kids are going back to school soon, but we’ve all completely exhausted pretty much all activities you can do within the confines of your own home. So for at least a short while, it’s time to put down the lego, stop licking the spoon from your betty crocker cake mix (other instant cake mixes are also available), and join in with our competition for local children.
Newton Huxley Estate Agents have commenced viewings on this well presented and extended family home, nestled perfectly in a highly sought-after road moments from the highly regarded Hinchley Wood Primary & Secondary Schools.
Successfully sold on Gordon Road in Claygate.
What has the coronavirus pandemic done to the property market in East and West Molesey, Esher, Claygate, Hinchley Wood and Thames Ditton?
The property market is booming in KT8 and KT10, here's how you can carry on the search for your new home safely.
How are the measures that the government has put in place affected the property market, and what can we expect when we inevitably beat COVID-19?
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) were introduced in 2007 to give buyers a better understanding of the energy efficiency of a property they may wish to buy. The EPC is a legal requirement if you are selling or renting a property and are valid for 10 years from date of issue.
If you want to add value to your home, and make it a better place to live upgrading your bathroom can bring surprising benefits. One of the most important rooms in a house, it's a place where you can relax and unwind after a hard day. As well as get ready before going out or calling it a night.
After 25 years of trading Catling & Co is now part of Newton Huxley estate agents.
House prices increased by an average 33.7% in the last decade and despite being relatively flat over the last couple of years, due to the uncertainties surrounding Brexit, are set to rise by a further 15.3%, according to latest predictions, in the next 5 years. However, there are likely to be significant regional differences with properties in the North of England expected to see the strongest price growth of 24% between 2020 and 2024. Central London properties are also set for a rebound with predictions of 20% growth and only 5% growth in Greater London.
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