Bellway - Chertsey Halt, KT16
Welcome to Chertsey Halt
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Chertsey Halt is a development of new homes in Chertsey, designed very much in keeping with its surroundings and enhanced by public open space, which includes landscaped grounds, wet grassland, a natural play area, trees and wildflower plantings.
This collection of 1 and 2-bedroom apartments, and 2,3, and 4-bedroom houses has been created to appeal to a variety of potential purchasers, such as families and first-time buyers, investors, professionals working locally and those commuting to central London, around 45 minutes’ drive away.
All homes benefit from a quality specification and modern layouts, such as open-plan living spaces, en suite bathrooms and integrated kitchen appliances. The apartments also feature wooden flooring, carpets to the bedrooms and allocated parking, while the houses enjoy private gardens, garages or parking.
For families, these new homes in Chertsey are located near a number of well-regarded schools. St Anne’s Catholic Primary School and Meadowcroft Community Infant School cater for younger children, while Salesian School and Jubilee High School welcome older pupils. For post-16s Richmond upon Thames College offers a range of academic and vocational courses, apprenticeships and higher education programmes.
The town’s main street – Guildford Street – is home to myriad small shops, popular restaurants, bars and cafés. For a wider variety of goods, nearby Staines-upon-Thames and Weybridge offer a selection of high-street and independent stores, while Woking (around five miles away) and the county town of Guildford (around 12 miles away) both boast vibrant shopping centres.
Sports and leisure facilities in and around Chertsey include Abbey Moor Golf Course, a few minutes’ drive away, and Foxhills Club and Resort, (less than 10 minutes’ drive away), which has three golf courses, 11 tennis courts, four swimming pools, a gym, an award-winning spa and a cycling club. The Thames Path, which stretches from Gloucestershire to the Thames Barrier in east London crosses Chertsey Bridge and is popular with walkers and cyclists, while Chertsey Meads – 175 acres of wildflower meadows, walking trails, bridleways, cycle routes, picnic and play areas – is a favourite with families.
Play areas and sports courts can also be found at Gogmore Farm Park in the centre of town, Chertsey Recreation Ground, a five-minute walk away on Guildford Road, and at Ottershaw Memorial Fields.
Major roads easily accessible from the development include the M3 and the M25. Chertsey Railway Station is a few minutes’ walk away and from there frequent services run to London – Clapham Junction (around 40 minutes), Vauxhall (around 50 minutes) and Waterloo (just under an hour) – and Weybridge (less than 10 minutes). The nearest airport is Heathrow, which is 10 miles away via the M25.