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Roehampton Estate Agents

Jezzards Estate Agents covering Roehampton and the surrounding areas.

Our team are happy to talk to you about your requirements, in the branch, over the phone, via email or visit your home, depending on what suits you.

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Welcome to Roehampton

Roehampton is a popular village suburb in South West London, just over 6 miles from the centre of London and forming the western end of the London Borough of Wandsworth. It lies between the town of Barnes to the north, Putney to the east, and Wimbledon Common to the south. The Richmond Park Golf Courses are west of the district, and just north of these is the Roehampton Gate entrance to Richmond Park — the largest of London's Royal Parks. .

Roehampton emerged as a favoured residential suburb of the 18th and 19th centuries following the opening of Putney Bridge in 1729 and the development of a number of large private estates from which several of the original houses survive. Roehampton House (grade I) by Thomas Archer was built between 1710–12 and enlarged by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1910. Parkstead House (grade I) built in 1750 for William Ponsonby, 2nd Earl of Bessborough, now forms part of the University of Roehampton. Mount Clare (grade I) built in 1772 for George Clive, cousin of Lord Clive, which forms part of the University of Roehampton, along with Grove House (grade II), built originally for Sir Joshua Vanneck in 1777 (also now owned by the university). Capability Brown is reputed to have laid out the grounds. The university also owns Downshire House (grade II); built in 1770 and once occupied by the Marquess of Downshire. The Society of Jesus founded St Joseph Church in Roehampton in 1869 from the novitiate that became Whitelands College. Roehampton Village has retained something of its rustic Georgian charm, best exemplified by the King's Head Inn, at the foot of Roehampton High Street and the Montague Arms, Medfield Street, both 17th century in origin

Roehampton is also an important location within H.G. Wells' novel The Sleeper Awakes. Roehampton (along with 5 other locations in London; namely Wimbledon Park, Norwood, Blackheath and Shooter's Hill) form a series of rudimentary airports known as 'Flying Stages'. The Flying Stage at Roehampton is the scene for a major battle within the plot.

More commonly Roehampton is known to be home of some well know institutions such as the University of Roehampton, the new Queen Mary's Hospital, The Priory Clinic, the Bank of England Sports Centre; Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club, The International Tennis Federation and the Lawn Tennis Association to name a few.

Roehampton is connected by the A3 which runs in to and out of the centre of London and is also close to the nearby A316. Whilst there is no direct railway station in Roehampton, the area is well served by neighbouring Barnes and Putney railway stations.

Property in Roehampton is a ecliptic mix over the generations. From large detached family houses to high rise tower blocks, Roehampton really does have something to offer city commuters and young families alike.

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Free instant property valuation

Whether you are ready to sell or let your property or if you are just curious as to what value your property might achieve in the current market, our online valuation tool will give you an instant estimated value of your property. For a more accurate property valuation, based on our local market knowledge, you will also be given the option of scheduling a free, no obligation market appraisal with one of our team of trained property professionals.

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Why choose Jezzards

Whether you are buying, selling, renting or letting, you couldn’t have made a better choice than Jezzards.

But don’t just take our word for it; Customers review our services on the independent review site Feefo, where you can see what we are really all about. 

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So whether you are thinking of selling your property for the first time or you're an experienced seller looking for a new estate agency service, please get in touch to discuss your requirements.

Remember, should you ever need to contact us, our customer service centre is available for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 03330 433 633.

 

 
269 Ewell Road Surbiton KT6 7AB United Kingdom (020) 8399 5959 email (020) 3725 3022 Berrylands KT5, Chessington KT9, Claygate KT10, East Molesey KT8, Epsom KT19, Esher KT10, Kingston upon Thames KT1, Long Ditton KT6, New Malden KT3, Roehampton SW15, Surbiton KT6, Thames Ditton KT7, Tolworth KT6, Walton on Thames KT12, West Molesey KT8, Wimbledon SW19, Worcester Park KT4

 

What our clients say about us

  • " Used Jezzards to find someone to rent my house, met with Sam who was great and very easy to deal with. "

    Herry June 2018
  • " Used Jezzards to sell my home and i was very impressed. "

    Anonymous June 2018
  • " Very attentive in what they do and kept me updated every step of the way, will use again and won’t hesitate to recommend. "

    Nik Davies, Barnes June 2018
  • " I first met Jezzards when I was looking for a new agent to take over the sale of my property, having used one of those online agents before and had no joy. After only 2 weeks on the market I had an offer for my property. I had previously been on the market for nearly a year with no offers so I was very pleased with their service from start to finish. I also would like to thank them for letting me keep my virtual tour of my (old) house so I would always have a memory of our first family home. "

    Paul White, Chiswick June 2018
  • " I was looking for a property to rent with my family and was moving to the Kingston area from North London, not knowing the area, Sam was a great help with showing me properties to taking me round the area when out with him and showing me the local schools. "

    Mr and Mrs Singh, Surbiton June 2018
 
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