Rawlinson & Webber are an independent company established in 1871 with offices in Surrey specialising in sales and lettings.
We have very experienced staff, most of whom have been with the company for many years and are familiar with all aspects of property advice.
The East Molesey office has been practicing since 1976 and specialises in East and West Molesey’s diverse property stock, including Thames Ditton, Esher, Hersham & Walton, which requires expert knowledge, local experience and considered thought when advising clients on valuations.
All our staff undergo regular training and are required to pass the exams of the professional bodies. We are the only agent open seven days a week including bank holidays and although we already work very long hours, we are happy to accommodate late appointments where required.
Molesey is predominantly a family based area, but also appeals to young professionals, who enjoy more of a village atmosphere.
Historically Molesey was a small village which was part of Hampton Court Palace grounds and there are roads in the area where the walls of the kitchen garden still exist. Today Molesey is a vibrant and diverse town with a village feel and many of our transactions are people moving within the area.
We have excellent schools and a library in the area and commuting via road and rail is excellent, as the M3, M25 and A3 are nearby, together with Hampton Court Station with train services to Waterloo and bus services to Kingston and Walton which provide more comprehensive shopping facilities. Esher and Surbiton stations are also nearby for the faster service to Waterloo.
Molesey has a variety of shops, many being independently run, ranging from boutiques, antique shops, beauty salons, fine restaurants and cafés. Sporting interests are well catered for with very active rowing, cricket and football clubs, also there are a variety of private sport & fitness venues. We have an active dog walking community, taking advantage of Molesey heath and Hurst Meadows, which is on the banks of the River Thames.
Molesey also has the advantage of the picturesque riverside setting of Hampton Court Palace, which is one of the most visited National Trust venues in the country, hosting the Hampton Court flower show and music festival. The Royal Parks which include Bushy Park and Home Park are also close to Hampton Court Palace, providing lovely rural walks.