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Brassey House

Published: 01/08/2019

Developer: BMOR
Contractor: Farleigh Property London

Status: Completed & Sold Out
Development Mix: 1 & 2 bedroom apartments

Make no mistake, strolling along the Thames is a hugely popular pastime for Walton-on-Thames’ residents. As is embracing the charms of riverside pubs, such as The Anglers of Walton and The Swan. However this is far from all this commuter town has to offer. Here, you’ll enjoy all the conveniences of modern life you could ever ask for, just in greener and distinctly more relaxed surroundings.

Brassey House enjoys a prime location right in the town centre. As such, you’re just moments from The Heart Shopping Centre’s 59 high street names and eateries, Pure Gym and monthly farmers’ market. There are plenty of other restaurants in walking distance – Prima Fila and Sushi Wakyo being particular highlights. Not to mention, an Everyman Cinema and leisure centre with a pool, climbing wall, gym and countless other sports facilities and clubs.

Walton life and the river go hand in hand, whether you embrace the array of activities it offers or not. From sailing to rowing, there are numerous clubs to get involved with. Alternatively, it’s the perfect setting for a bankside run after work. Or for the more sedate, a scenic amble with regular stop offs at Walton’s riverside watering holes. Walton Marina is a particularly popular spot and for budding captains, offers boat hire. For all the relaxed ambience of Walton-on-Thames, having Central London as little as 25 minutes away is one of the town’s greatest assets. With 96 trains going into Waterloo each day, right away you’re on top of all the South Bank has to offer, with Covent Garden just a short stroll over Waterloo Bridge.

A little bit of history

For all the great shops and restaurants that Walton-on-Thames puts on your doorstep – and there are a great many – its history is a major part of its charm. Since its inception, The Thames has been its lifeblood. It was here that Julius Caesar forded the river during his second invasion of Britain. Its bridge – which arrived some years after Julius – has also cemented its place in history. Through the ages, there have been six incarnations of Walton Bridge. The first, built between 1748 and 1750, was painted by Canaletto in 1754. The finished piece now residing in the Dulwich Picture Gallery. The second was painted by J. M. W. Turner in 1805. When two masters paint your bridge, you know you’ve found somewhere special to call home.