Syward Place, Pyrcroft Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9JT | New homes for sale | Savills
396 to 699 sq ft(36.79 to 64.94 sq m)
Guide price £250,000 -​ £450,000

Syward PlacePyrcroft Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9JT

  • New development

Key features

  • Collection of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments
  • Allocated parking
  • Sleek, modern kitchens with Siemens appliances and quartz worktops
  • Cycle storage
  • Access into London Waterloo in under an hour*

SYWARD PLACE is a development of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments moments from Chertsey Station and local amenities! Contact us for further information!

About this property

  • Situated close to Chertsey Train Station and local amenities, Syward Place is a collection of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments finished to an exceptional standard throughout making them a fantastic opportunity for First Time Buyers and Investors alike.

    Kitchens have been designed in a contemporary style and fitted with Siemens appliances and 20mm Quartz Worktops.

    The bathrooms also offer a sleek and stylish design with Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware throughout.

    Over and under ground parking is also available with the apartments.

Local information

  • Nestled on the banks of the picturesque River Thames, Chertsey is a charming town that exudes history, beauty, and a warm community spirit. Located in the idyllic county of Surrey, England, Chertsey offers a delightful blend of natural landscapes, cultural heritage, and modern amenities.
  • Steeped in a rich tapestry of history, Chertsey showcases its past with grace and allure. The remnants of Chertsey Abbey, founded in the 7th century, stand as a testament to its ancient roots. Exploring the abbey's ruins is like stepping back in time, where whispers of monastic life still echo through the aged stone walls. The site's tranquillity and architectural splendour are a draw for history enthusiasts and visitors seeking a serene escape.
  • Beyond its historical allure, Chertsey is blessed with breath-taking natural surroundings. Chertsey Meads, a riverside expanse of greenery, entices visitors with its peaceful ambiance. Strolling along its winding paths, you can revel in the tranquil beauty of the river, observe graceful swans gliding across the water, and find solace in the shade of centuries-old trees. Chertsey Bridge, an elegant structure spanning the Thames, offers a picturesque vantage point to admire the river's gentle flow and the surrounding countryside.
  • Chertsey's town centre exudes a welcoming charm, featuring an array of independent shops, boutiques, and familiar high-street retailers. The bustling streets invite you to explore their offerings, from quaint cafes serving freshly brewed coffee to artisanal shops displaying unique crafts and gifts. The local market, a vibrant hub of activity, brings the community together, offering fresh produce, artisan foods, and a vibrant atmosphere where residents and visitors can connect.
  • In terms of amenities, Chertsey caters to all needs. The town hosts a variety of restaurants, ranging from cosy traditional pubs serving hearty meals to fine dining establishments offering exquisite cuisine. Whether you're craving comforting British classics or seeking international flavours, Chertsey's culinary scene is sure to delight your taste buds.
  • For entertainment and leisure, Chertsey provides options to suit every preference. Thrill-seekers and families can venture to the nearby Thorpe Park, an exhilarating theme park boasting adrenaline-pumping rides and captivating attractions. The Chertsey Museum offers a glimpse into the town's captivating past, housing a collection of artifacts that tell the story of Chertsey's heritage.
  • Throughout the year, Chertsey hosts a vibrant calendar of events and festivals that bring the community together. From lively music concerts to festive fairs and exhibitions, there is always something to capture the imagination and create lasting memories.
  • Chertsey's ideal location in Surrey grants easy access to other nearby treasures. Within a short drive, you can explore the historic significance of Runnymede, where the Magna Carta was sealed, or revel in the grandeur of Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. The bustling city of London is also within reach, offering a wealth of cultural, culinary, and entertainment experiences for day trips or longer excursions.
  • Chertsey in Surrey is a town that effortlessly marries its rich heritage with natural beauty, creating an enchanting destination for locals and visitors alike. With its timeless charm, welcoming community, and a myriad of attractions, Chertsey invites you to discover its hidden treasures and forge unforgettable memories.

Additional information

  • Sheen Lane Developments is a privately owned property development company based in Richmond. Since our formation in 2013, Sheen Lane have delivered over 2,700 residential units across 42 residential schemes in London and the South East, with a combined Gross Development Value in excess of £900 million.
  • Whilst specialising in the development of high quality residential led schemes, Sheen Lane have assembled a team of highly qualified professionals with expertise in construction, architecture and development, enabling the company to approach and deliver a variety of construction projects.
  • We pride ourselves on creating exquisite, intimate developments in the most desirable and premium locations. Every Sheen Lane home is designed to impress and captivate. Only the finest fixtures and fittings are chosen to compliment the ergonomic design of each home. We believe in premium build quality, energy efficiency and style. Every element of a Sheen Lane home is carefully considered in order to provide an unparalleled and exceptional experience. No compromises and no expenses have been spared in creating these standout, luxurious homes.
  • PEA (Predicted Energy Assessment): B- D
  • Reservation Fee: £1,000
  • This development is covered by the Consumer Code for Home Builders
  • Images are either computer generated or of the development show home
  • Potential EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Leasehold. Lease Expiry: 23/03/2273 (249 years remaining)
  • Service Charge: £2,000.00pa
  • Ground Rent: TBC
  • Council Tax Band: TBC