removals in Walton-On-Thames

"Fabulous company , prompt , tidy, efficient , fast and very helpful. Without a doubt the best removal company we've used. Highly recommended!"

Alex Rogers       Surrey     12/10/2017

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House, flat removal in Weybridge, Walton-on-Thames, Esher, Woking, Cobham, Hersham, Surrey, van and man, office movers, moving homes

Homes                                                          Offices

from £180 (1 bed property)                   from £180   (2 desk office)

           £250 (2 bed property)                from £300  (6 desk office)

           £500 (4 bed property)                from £500  (12 desk office)

Flat, Home storage in Weybridge, Walton-on-Thames, Esher, Woking, Cobham, Hersham, Surrey, store with movers, house moving

from £10 per week 

includes storage insurance*


WHY MOVE WITH US :

  • A Family run business with 17 years experience puts you in the hands of Master Movers
  • Our unique approach enables us to offer packing materials FREE OF CHARGE.                 *terms apply           
  • We include free insurance for your peace of mind
  • We offer a free quotation and advice on how to get the best value for your money                                     

Queens Removals proudly offers home and office removals in Walton-on-Thames at low cost without compromising on service.  Whether you're moving from a studio flat or a mansion, our experts will assess your requirements. We'll provide you with a free, no-obligation quotation. Queens Removals employ specialist removals men to take care of your piano, fine art and antiques. 

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Are you moving to Walton-on-Thames? Find much more information about the local attractions at http://www.walton-on-thames.org/

Are you looking to buy a property in Walton-on-Thames? Find your dream home at http://www.rightmove.co.uk/property-for-sale/Walton-On-Thames.html

Best of Walton-On-Thames

Cappadocia is one the best restaurant in Walton-On-Thames                                                                                                64 High Street, Walton-On-Thames, KT12 1BU

Number 33 offers great B& B service in Walton-On-Thames                                                                                                 33 Station Avenue, Walton-On-Thames, KT12 1NF

Everyman Cinema in Walton-On-Thames                                                                                                                                   85-89 High Street, Walton-On-Thames KT12 1DN

Property area guide in Walton-On-Thames

 

The KT12 postcode district lies within or includes part of the following towns, counties, localities, electoral wards and stations: Hersham, Hersham North, Hersham South, Oatlands Park, Shepperton Town, St George's Hill, Surrey, Walton Ambleside, Walton Central, Walton North, Walton South, Walton-On-Thames, Weybridge North, Whiteley Village.

 

 

KT12 is located just under 20 miles southwest of Central London. The population is around 35,000. Nearly 30 per cent of the people in KT12 are educated to degree level. 

 

The most expensive places to live in KT12 have homes worth around £2.5 million on average. A few of these expensive streets are Kings Drive, Manor House Drive and Broadwater Road South. Streets with very affordable properties include Weylands Close, Somerset Close, and Pankhurst Road. In areas such as this, houses can be bought for around £150,000.

 

About Walton-On-Thames

Walton-on-Thames is a town on the River Thames in the Elmbridge borough of Surrey. An outlying suburb of London.  Its waterside has the Thames Path National Trail between Sunbury Lock and Shepperton Lock. Its own localities include Ashley Park and Field Common. Its station on the South West Main Line has proven important to its development – its services run with a minimum of one stop before London Waterloo station. The town is divided into four wards and is a local hub in terms of retail and services.