The best properties currently on sale in Surrey, by Clarke Gammon Wellers

Posted 5 February 2015 by Keith Osborne

This week we catch up with Clarke Gammon Wellers, who take us on a tour of their branches and share some of the best properties they currently have for sale in and around Surrey. We also catch up with senior partner Tony Jamieson, who looks back at 2014 and shares his predictions for the year ahead.


Chantry Quarry

Contemporary villa-style houses set in a woodland quarry on the fringes of central Guildford. Incredible ingenuity, energy efficiency and an exquisite specification mark an exciting opportunity for an entirely new living experience. (01483 880900)



A beautiful Grade II three-bedroom house originating from 1550. Full of original features including beams, panelled walls and fantastic inglenook fireplace. This property also features a new kitchen, pretty garden and off street parking. (01483 202016)


Elmwood Cottage, Nr Liphook

A magnificent five-bedroom, four-reception room country home in a sought-after rural hamlet surrounded by National Trust common land. This property boasts an enviable location with direct access to Passfield Common. (01428 728900)


Byways Courts Hill

A new family house situated close to the centre of Haslemere and the mainline station, offering six reception rooms and five bedrooms. Byways House is a traditionally built home with a stunning contemporary interior. (01428 664800)

Market insight with Tony Jamieson


“At the beginning of 2014, there was a shortage of housing stock in this area and, as a result, prices were forced upwards. There has been a continued flourish of new planning applications throughout the year, which will result in more new homes being built in the future. The Mortgage Market Review has put restraints on buyers being able to obtain finance that, coupled with slower market movement in the city, has resulted in a ‘cooler’ market.”


“The general election is sure to have an effect, but I don’t believe it is having a huge impact on the market right now. The changes in stamp duty have led to a slowdown in the sale of properties above the £2 million mark, and although these changes should prove beneficial to the majority of purchases, the upper end of the market will be worse off.

“The good news is that despite the shortage in housing stock, particularly for first-time buyers, there are plenty more houses being built or about be built in the next few years.”

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