Perfectly located on The Street in the centre of the village, and just a brisk walk from Ashtead train station, is our new Ashtead sales and lettings office. The expert team has unbeatable local knowledge when it comes to Ashtead and the surrounding areas and is ready to help with sales, valuations, and rental opportunities.
Even if you have your heart set on a move to Ashtead, did you know that there are some popular locations in the area that may also suit your criteria? We also cover lettings and sales throughout areas such as Leatherhead, Banstead, Malden Rushett, Fetcham, Langley Vale, and Tadworth.
Whether you want to put your home on the market or are planning a move to the area, get in touch with the team at our Ashtead office who will provide a seamless and personal service.
Property in Ashtead
The property market in Ashtead is mainly made up of detached and semi-detached homes, with a sprinkling of bungalows. The residential areas around the train station, often referred to as Lower Ashtead, are filled with wonderful semi-detached houses. South of the village are quaint cottages, picturesque Edwardian villas, and huge detached period homes.
The rental market in Ashtead is buoyant and potential occupants can get their hands on anything from the grandest six-bedroom character home to tastefully decorated one-bedroom apartments close to transport links. Whether renting or buying, Ashtead is an enviable location for commuters.
Living in Ashtead
You would never know that the picturesque village of Ashtead, nestled on the western slopes of the North Downs, is just to the east of the M25 and a 40-minute train journey into Central London. Living in Ashtead combines the faultless blend of rustic village life, with the ability to head to ‘the big smoke’ whenever you wish.
With village life centered around local shops, several pubs, and four churches, community spirit is strong in Ashtead. Favoured by families and professionals alike, there are aspects of living in Ashtead that will appeal to everybody.