Epsom, located in the county of Surrey, is a lively traditional market town, situated between the bright lights of London and the tranquil green hills of Surrey, making it a fabulous place to live.
Epsom is perfectly positioned for City workers as it’s just a 35 minute train journey from London’s Waterloo station. It is also very close to the M25 making it easy to reach the south east of England and enjoy time on the coast during holidays and weekends.
The market town heritage of Epsom is still very much in force today and there are plenty of shopping options whether you are looking for designer label gear or budget priced bargains. The town centre also boosts a large number of bars and restaurants many of which are located in the bustling Ashley Centre.
There is also a weekly market held under the clock tower where you can buy fresh fish, produce, traditional crafts, flowers and much more.
Epsom has an abundance of wide green spaces in and around the town centre. They include Horton Country Park which has been a favourite area among locals as long ago as medieval times. Today it provides 400 acres of parkland, woods, and a nature reserve enjoyed by outdoor enthusiasts all year round. Epsom Downs is another wonderful area, with unspoiled rural paths and woodlands providing panoramic views across London.
For golfers, Epsom offers three 18-hole golf courses within easy travelling distance.
Epsom Downs is a racecourse located on the North Downs adjacent to the town, most often used for thoroughbred horse racing.
The course has a crowd capacity of 130,000 if you include spectators watching from the Epsom Downs, which is an area freely open to the public. The Epsom course is best known for hosting the annual Derby the UK’s premier thoroughbred horse race. The course is owned by the Jockey Club and has a long association with the Royal Family, with the Queen almost always in attendance to enjoy the Derby.
With its long and interesting history, and the benefit that 52% of the Borough of Epsom and Ewell is green open space. along with an ideal location for commuting, it’s little wonder property in Epsom is much sought after and sells at a premium. At the time of writing in the first half of 2019, the average house price in Epsom is £530,024. Therefore if you wish to live in Epsom but need more space it makes sense to add to your existing home, rather than move.
Why Use Us for Your Epsom Loft Conversion
We have converted many lofts in Epsom homes, and are very familiar with the diverse housing styles and local planning procedures. Our clients consist mostly of homeowners who need more room but don’t need the hassle of moving, and those who intentionally bought a home with a home with less space than they need because adding an extension after purchase is a cheaper solution to buying a home with the needed number of rooms.
If your family is outgrowing your current and you feel you need a bigger space to accommodate them, get in touch with us. You do not have to move house with all the stress it involves to get an additional room. We can convert your loft to create at least one more room: depending on the size of your loft, maybe two. Converting an attic in Epson not only gives you the space you need, it will also add to the value of the property significantly.
What distinguishes us from other construction companies is the fact that we specifically deal with loft conversions, and not general building. Our team is well-trained and customer service is top-notch, which has helped us to develop a large client base.
Before we embark on any conversion, we first make sure we know exactly what you have in mind and your expectations from the conversion. This way we can advise on the best way to convert your attic according to your inspirations and budget. Our quote and feasibility study is free of charge – so contact us today!