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Beaconsfield Road....

8 years ago...

Really like the look of Beaconsfield Road and thinking of moving there....although there seem to be so many properties that come up for sale on that road, it makes me wonder why??! Does anyone know a reason for the high number of properties on the market in that particular road or is it just coincidence?! Thanks in advance...


I don't think that there is anything 'wrong' with Beaconsfield Road that drives high turnover of houses. I would guess that it is just that type of house that people buy between a flat and a large 'family' home that mean that they don't tend to stay in it for too long.

This is not the most sought after area of Surbiton and is actually a bit closer to Tolworth than Surbiton itself, but it is close to nice parkland and local amenities and the houses are a good bit cheaper than in Surbiton itself.

We rented for a couple of years. One good point is the convenience store, opens early shuts late. Parking was always difficult if home late., but OK during day .


We were thinking the same ourselves. At any one time there seem to be 4-5 houses on the market and for such a small road this is unusual. The estate agent fed us a load of bull saying that he road ran along a brook and the water made couples very fertile and they grew out of the houses very quickly. The last bit I believe, the febrile water? Do me a favour. I'm used to agent BS but this was said completely straight faced. Never heard such [filtered word] n bull story in my life.

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