The Surrey towns of Cobham, Esher, Oxshott, Walton On Thames, West Byfleet and Weybridge all fall within the Elmbridge Borough Council boundaries. Each of the towns has its own charm and attributes. in the 'Quality of Life Survey' for three consecutive years. Beautiful landscapes, rivers and woodland, a rich history, easy commuting to London and the airports and internationally renowned schools.
It has a wonderful cross section of properties, from the prettiest chocolate box cottages in cobbled streets to the mansions of some of the richest and most famous people in the country. Elmbridge has been home to the likes of include Sir Cliff Richard, Mick Jagger, John Lennon, Andy Murray, Kate Winslet, Mick Hucknall, Didier Drogba, Shilpa Shetty to name but a few.
For all these reasons it remains in a property micro-climate, weathering the housing market ups and downs better than most. Clever investors have been aware of this for some time and greatly value the strong returns and long term prospects the market has to offer. Tenants enjoy the fresh air of Surrey whilst having London within a short commute and some of the finest state and private schools to hand.
The towns of Weybridge, Cobham, Esher, Byfleet, Oxshott, Walton On Thames all fall within Elmbridge boundary and each has its own charm and attributes.
The established international, private and state schools is a magnet for the many large companies who relocate employees from all around the world on contract. This brings a wonderful mix of people together with American, European, Russian and Korean communities not to mention the far east and Asia too.
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