Estate Agents in Teddington
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Teddington Estate Agents
Jezzards Estate Agents covering Teddington 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.
Welcome to Teddington
Teddington is a mostly residential leafy suburb, situated on the banks of the River Thames in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The River provides a haven for water sports enthusiasts with a range of activities from available at a plethora of clubs located on its banks from Teddington Lock along to neighbouring Kingston upon Thames. Teddington is the point at which the River Thames ceases to be tidal with the downstream river controlled by the Port of London Authority and the upstream river the responsibility of the Environment Agency. At Teddington only pedestrians and cyclist can cross the river, making this a peaceful place to contemplate the locks and weirs that characterise this stretch of the Thames. Teddington's other big attraction is Bushy Park, the second largest of London's Royal Parks. Famous for its herds of red and fallow deer this historic park has a chestnut avenue designed by Sir Christopher Wren, a 17th century fountain topped with a golden statue of Diana and a baroque water garden that had virtually disappeared until it was restored following the discovery, by Sir Roy Strong, of an 18th century painting depicting the garden's cascades, pools and basins. The thriving High Street offers a good choice of stylish boutique shopping, cafes, bars and restaurants, stretching along in to nearby Bond Street.
The 19th century saw the biggest change to the development of the Teddington local area, most significantly with the construction of Teddington Lock in 1811, with its weir across the River. 1889 saw the construction of Teddington Lock Footbridge consisting of a suspension bridge section and a girder bridge section, linking Teddington to Ham. The development of Teddington Railway Station in 1863, resulted in a population boom to the area. The tranquil setting of Teddington has always aspired to think big. when most notably Victorians attempted to develop a massive church St. Alban's, based on the Notre Dame de Paris until funds run out, leaving what the nave of what was to be the "Cathedral of the Thames Valley" completed, until 1993 when refurbishment converted St Albans Church into the Landmark Arts Centre, becoming a venue for concerts and exhibitions. In 1902 the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) formed in Bushy House, a formal Royal residence in Royal Bushy Park, which is famed for developing the first atomic clock and during the Second World War when its main focus turned to military research, where it developed the famous "bouncing bomb".
Teddington is well served by the local Railway infrastructure, with its main stop being Teddington Railway Station, along with the nearby Fulwell, Strawberry Hill and Hampton Wick Railway Stations all being within easy reach. The area provides a good bus routes throughout the area, day and night, on a number of the services locally. The car user is conveniently located for the nearby A316 and A3 for routes in and out of London and the West End.
The pretty tree lined streets of Teddington, nestled on the banks of the River Thames provides a plethora of property styles from modern flats to large, detached family houses with spacious gardens, to waterfront developments. The area is predominantly popular with families thanks to its fantastic array of excellent schools, green and leafy suburban streets, the wild acres of Bushy Park and the River Thames. Teddington is a vibrant, yet secluded part of London boasting mainly Victorian houses ranging from flat-fronted cottages to larger detached houses although there are also homes from every era since. There are a number of conservation areas. Broom Water has large late Victorian houses which were built backing on to a small inlet in the Thames and were promoted by the builder as "Homes for Boating Men". Double-fronted Victorian houses in Clarence Road, Kingston Lane and Broom Water West are particularly sought after. Fieldend is a development of 51 1960's houses in five acres of well-maintained grounds, designed by architects Eric Lyons and Geoffrey Townsend for builders Span. There is a smaller enclave of Span houses off Adelaide Road close to the station. Nestled between nearby Kingston upon Thames and Twickenham, Teddington offers a tranquil escape, boasting a vibrant mix of shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars to unwind in the High Street and along its unspoilt riverside.
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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.
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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.
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