After the first lockdown Chorleywood properties were receiving plenty of viewing requests and the phone lines were very active. It felt like the property market had just seen a break. The stamp duty holiday increased activity levels tenfold with demand out weighing supply at record levels. We have seen a record number of family homes achieving above their asking prices with multiple offers and high viewing numbers very similar to the 2014 market. Many homes were being agreed within just a week or two of coming to the market.

Chorleywood has always been in a bit of a bubble as far as house prices and demand goes and although in this latest lockdown enquiries are lower,  realistically priced properties are attracting strong viewing numbers and multiple offers above asking prices.

Chorleywood has always been a popular area to buy in. It benefits from excellent primary schools, St Clement Danes comprehensive school and the Metropolitan main line station into Baker Street taking approx. 30 mins. Junction 18 of the M25 is a five minute drive away giving great access to the motorway network and airports. Chorleywood has a fantastic community and is the perfect mix of village living with an easy commute into the city.

To give an idea of prices-

A typical 3 bedroom property starts in excess of £550,000 – £900,000.

A typical 4 bedroom detached property starts in excess of £900,000 – £1,500,000.

These are very broad ranges as prices are dependent on the style, location, modernisation & potential of the property. If you are interested in moving to the area, please give us a call so we can understand your requirements and help find a home that suits you. Equally, if you are considering selling your home, I would be delighted to assist. We sold more property in Chorleywood in 2020 than any other agent so you will be in safe hands.

Kate Woodward, Senior Branch Manager

 

 

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