Chorleywood lies to the far south west of Hertfordshire on the immediate curtilage of Greater London and this area is renowned for great transport links for in and around London yet having the benefit of some beautiful countryside. to enjoy. Chorleywood has a busy High Street with many cafés, restaurants and shops. The area has excellent schools, both private and state and is surrounded by the smaller rural villages of Sarratt, Chenies and Croxley Green. Chorleywood Common has a 9 hole golf club and cricket club. Adjacent is the Chorleywood House Estate, an area of outstanding natural beauty with wonderful walks sloping down to the River Chess.
For prime property, looking among the interwar and contemporary homes in The Drive, Valley Road, The Clump, Chalfont Lane, Berks Hill, South Road or The Common, or on the gated Loudwater Estate by the River Chess, where 1920s ‘McNamara’ homes are particularly charming.
Metropolitan Line services from both Rickmansworth and Chorleywood reach Baker Street and The City and the Chiltern Turbo service to London Marylebone take 25/20 minutes.
Junctions 18 and 19 of the M25 are within easy reach, providing fast access to Heathrow Airport. The M1 is three junctions away with access to Luton Airport, the M40 is equally close, providing direct access to Oxford and Birmingham, and into central London.
SCHOOLS IN THE AREA
With families such a major part of our market, schools are all-important. The superb choice of independent schools includes the Royal Masonic School for Girls and York House School, and parents are happy to travel to Haberdashers’ Aske’s School in Elstree, Merchant Taylors’ School for Boys and Northwood College & St Helens in neighbouring Northwood. The state secondary schools include St Clement Danes, Chorleywood, St Joan of Arc RC School, Rickmansworth School, Watford Boys and Watford Girls are also within easy reach.