Chancellors Estate and Lettings Agents in Ashford, Surrey
Are you thinking about moving to Ashford in Surrey? Chancellors estate agents serve the Ashford area and are here to provide all the support you may need in your property search.
Our estate and lettings agents have many years of experience dealing in the property market of Ashford and the surrounding areas. Our professionalism and unrivalled expertise put us in the perfect position to help you find the perfect property, whether you are looking to buy or let in the area.
Ashford retains a small-town charm with a variety of independent speciality shops in the town centre. It has a great sense of community too, exemplified by its greater number of community groups than all other towns in the borough.
Our friendly team at our Staines branch are here to answer any questions you may have about the current property market and conditions, as well as any questions you may have about living in Ashford.
As well as Ashford, our Staines branch covers the following nearby towns:
Transport Links in Ashford
Ashford is well-served by transport connections which makes it a worthy commuter town. Ashford railway station sits on the Waterloo to Reading Line. A direct service runs from Ashford to London Waterloo frequently, with a journey time of just 38 minutes.
Bus routes run through Ashford heading to Staines, Kingston Upon Thames, Heathrow and Twickenham.
Ashford also offers easy connections to major roads and motorways. Just north of the train station is the major A30 dual carriageway, which follows the old route from London to Devon and Cornwall. The town is also located near to the M25 too, providing easy access to the M3, M4 and M40.
What is Ashford Like?
Ashford is a town and suburb of London which sits almost entirely in the Surrey borough of Spelthorne, with a small area lying within the London borough of Hounslow. Located on the south-western edge of London, Ashford grew from a small village in the 1900s.
The buildings in Ashford are relatively low density and low-medium rise buildings. The housing stock is modern, characterised by a mixture of detached and semi-detached housing, mainly built between 1885 and 1960.
Ashford will appeal to those looking to live in a community-friendly town with all the essential amenities and plenty of high street activity. Ashford’s proximity to the hustle and bustle of London will be a key draw for many too. And given that it’s only 3 miles away from Heathrow Airport, it makes it a convenient place to call home for those who may need to go on regular trips overseas.
For something a bit more relaxed, you can head to the historic and charming town of Windsor. A direct train from Ashford to Windsor and Eton Riverside takes just 20 minutes.
There are a number of excellent schools in Ashford and the surrounding areas including St Michael Catholic Primary School, Edward Pauling Primary School, Reach Academy Feltham and St Paul’s Catholic College, which are all rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
Shops, Pubs and Restaurants in Ashford
In spite of Ashford’s proximity to London, local residents can find pretty much everything they could wish for in Ashford itself. In the heart of the town there is an ample selection of cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs as well as a variety of retail options. Both independent and well-known retail names can be found in the town centre.
The Ash Tree is a rustic pub with a welcoming atmosphere and is a great place to enjoy some live sport. It also has a leafy beer garden for those summer drinks. The Kings Head is a lively pub which hosts regular Saturday night karaoke, discos and live music. The pub is renowned in the area for its contribution to local charities. The pub also has a separate restaurant area serving an excellent menu.
There plenty of restaurants and takeaways in the town centre including Italian, Chinese and Indian options. The Two Brothers Fish House is a much-loved fish and chips dine-in and takeaway spot. The Nepalese restaurant Namaste Gurkha, in Feltham, is regarded as one of the best restaurants in the area.
A Host of Sport and Leisure Opportunities
Ashford is home to an impressive number of sports clubs and facilities including Ashford Manor Golf Club, a highly regarded club which was established in 1898. Ashford Tennis Club has 9 all-weather floodlit courts suitable for use throughout the year.
There are also leading clubs in acrobatic gymnastics and sailing in the vicinity. Queen Mary Sailing Club is a friendly club with a proud tradition and Spelthorne Gymnastics is a world class club which has won eight World championship medals.
Also, Spelthorne Atoms are a youth basketball team which are widely regarded as one of the best youth basketball teams in the country.
Clockhouse Lane Park has tennis courts, a basketball court and football pitches to enjoy, whilst Bedfont Lakes Park is the perfect area for dog walking, running, cycling and other outdoor pursuits with 180 acres of open space. This park hosts a weekly free 5k parkun too. Fordbridge Park is another charming area to enjoy some outdoor activities.
Are You Looking for Estate Agents in Ashford?
Chancellors is a leading estate and lettings agents with a glowing reputation for professionalism and outstanding customer service. We are passionate about the work we do and strive to provide a service of the very highest order.
If you are thinking about buying or renting in Ashford, we can help to make your dream a reality. We will take the time to understand your situation and requirements, before drawing up a list of suitable properties for your consideration. Ashford is well-known for its range of purpose-built apartments which are ideal for commuters. There are also many houses suitable for families in the area, with terraced and semi-detached houses of varying sizes particularly common.
If you would like more information on the properties we have available in Ashford, Staines, Egham and other surrounding villages and towns, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our Staines branch today on: