If you are thinking of moving to a village in Surrey, moving to Chobham would be a good choice. The village is not only picturesque with its many old buildings but it has a modern 21st century community. The village is surrounded by countryside including Chobham Common, which is a National Nature Reserve. There are two rivers running through the village, the Mill Bourne and the Bourne.
Woking station is 4.1 miles (Woking to London Waterloo takes 23 minutes). Sunningdale is 3.3 miles and Central London is 30 miles.
Property prices in Chobham
Average house prices are £485,771 showing a rise of 7.10% over the past 12 months. You can buy a semi-detached property for around £400,000; smaller terraces for £320,000 and family detached homes starting from £730,000.
Local Council if you are thinking of moving to Chobham
If you are planning to move to Chobham, and need information on schools, planning permission, parking permits or council tax. Council planning permission meetings are held on a regular basis. Simply contact:
Holy Trinity CofE Primary School
Tel: 01276 858297
There are plenty of restaurants and public houses to visit. A short distance from Chobham is Burrow Hill Green, where you can dine at the highly recommended Stovell’s, which featured on the BBC’s Saturday Kitchen. The Four Horseshoes public house & dining room is also very popular.
Cable and Phone Connections
If you’re moving to Chobham, and need to know the broadband available, simply visit http://www.cable.co.uk/