About our Sunbury Office
Our branch is located in a prominent position close to Sunbury Cross with easy parking facilities. Sales Manager, Claire Comerford, has in-depth experience and knowledge of the property market and with the support of her dedicated negotiators they make a proactive and dynamic sales team. We also have a successful lettings department run by Lettings Manager, Stephanie Vassar. Stephanie prides herself on her excellent customer service together with a comprehensive knowledge of the lettings industry.
We offer the following services:
- Residential property sales and lettings
- Commercial property sales and lettings
- Property management
- Property investment and market advice
As well as Sunbury-on-Thames, we cover Shepperton, Lower Sunbury, Ashford, Feltham, Staines, Walton-on-Thames, Hanworth and Claygate.
Sunbury-on-Thames, also known as Sunbury, lies 16 miles south west of Central London in the Borough of Spelthorne. The town is divided into two geographical areas: Lower Sunbury and Sunbury-on-Thames. Sunbury borders Ashford, Hampton & Shepperton. Lower Sunbury, beside the River Thames, has retained its village atmosphere, while Sunbury-on-Thames to the north is more urban. Sunbury Cross, the modern centre of the town, marks the point where the A316 (the main road from London) becomes the M3, leading onto the M25. Today, a number of office buildings including the main head office for British Petroleum (BP) and other industrial estates have grown up around Junction 1 of the M3, providing many jobs over the years.
One of the many attractions to Sunbury is the River Thames with pretty walks and boats can also be hired at Wilson's Boat Yard. The Walled Garden in Lower Sunbury, set out on classical formal lines, includes a flower bed dedicated to the Princess of Wales. Beside the Walled Garden is Orchard Meadow which forms Sunbury's village green. Sunbury has been the home of the London Irish Rugby Club since 1932, adjacent to Virgin Active Health Spa. Just to the east of Sunbury lies Kempton Park Racecourse, known as 'London's Racecourse'. In 2006 the racecourse, which stages both National Hunt and Flat racing, re-opened with a new all-weather track and floodlighting. Kempton Park holds many race nights as well as a weekly market and music events.
Sunbury is home to many families as there is a vast choice of nursery, infant, primary and secondary schools. These include St Pauls Catholic College, Sunbury Manor School and The Bishop Wand Church of England School.
How to get here
By road: From Junction 12 of the M25 follow the M3 towards London and exit at Junction 1 to Sunbury.
By rail: Sunbury has a railway station with a direct line to London Waterloo which takes under an hour.
- Spelthorne Borough Council
- Sunbury Manor School
- The Bishop Wand Church of England School
- St Paul's Catholic College
- Kempton Park Racecourse
- Sunbury Walled Garden
- The Swan Sanctuary
- Shepperton Marina
- Virgin Active Health Club
- Sunbury Leisure Centre
- The Flower Pot Hotel & Pub
- The Magpie Pub
- Moon in Moon Chinese Restaurant
- Indian Zest Restaurant