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Why move to Weybridge?

It's no surprise that Weybridge is a popular residential location for celebrities and successful entrepreneurs. Located in the Elmbridge district of Surrey, it's home to picturesque Span estates. The Halifax annual quality of life survey has voted Elmbridge as a top UK area to live for three years in a row.

Weybridge offers great schools, terrific transport links, river walks with leafiness galore, yet Waterloo is just half an hour away.

Some things to love about living in Weybridge

When you are in need of a little pampering, head to St Georges Hill Tennis Club. As well as 32 courts, they offer lots of beauty treatments

There are several golf clubs located around Weybridge and the Burhill Grand clubhouse is well worth visiting.

The York Column was erected by public subscription in memory of the Duchess of York, who died in 1820.

Be sure to check out The Ship Inn, one of Weybridge's oldest inns.

Petrolheads will love exploring motoring history at the Brooklands Museum, at the birthplace British motor racing and aviation.

A little bit of history

John Lennon and Ringo Star both lived in Weybridge during the late 1960s. John's son Julian went to school with a certain Lucy O'Donnell. His nursery school drawings of her inspired the song 'Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds'.

Need to know

Weybridges' Span estates were set up in the late 50s by developer Geoffrey Townsend and architect Eric Lyons. The idea was to create affordable, attractive, Scandinavian-style modernist houses and flats. Today they have a cult following as the Habitat of house building and still offer a more affordable way to live in this desirable area.

The novelist Forster and his mother lived at Monument Green where he wrote his famous novels, A Passage to India, Howards End and the fittingly titled, A Room with a View.


Weybridge has a wide variety of shops. Be it the latest fashions from Jaeger, White Stuff, Fat Face and Phase 8 to furniture at Antiques at Church House, you'll be sure to find what you need.


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