23rd September 2015
Coulsdon office given new look as village seems set to become the next Croydon property market hotspot
New residential developments are set to make the village of Coulsdon the next commuter property hotspot.
The Cane Hill and Trinity Square developments and the arrival of a Waitrose and a Pizza Express are breathing new life into the village, which already has a thriving community and a good stock of quality housing.
It also benefits from easy access to London, by rail and road, while being on the edge of some of the finest Surrey countryside.
All of which hasn’t escaped the notice of buyers, particularly from central London, with interest in the village at an all time high.
“There is a large amount of development happening, including the long awaited and much talked about Cane Hill, which has finally commenced,” said Streets Ahead Coulsdon branch manager, Gemma Fenwick.
“Right now, we are seeing a lot of interest in the village. Supply is very low and demand here is high, especially for properties up to £600,000.”
Streets Ahead has just undertaken a complete refurbishment of our Coulsdon office in response to the growth of interest in the village.
“Coulsdon is a busy market place – we encompass all demographics, from families and commuters to first time buyers, and increasingly, investors too,” said Gemma.
“There seems to be a wave of people moving that bit further south at the moment.They get the best of all worlds coming here – it offers a better lifestyle than you would perhaps get closer to London. Yet it is still commutable and is still quite affordable.”