Planning on selling a property in Rickmansworth? Read on for our guide to the key facts about the local area to highlight to potential buyers. Rickmansworth is prime commuter-belt territory, being just a 30-minute tube ride on the Metropolitan line to Marylebone station or 55 minutes into the city centre.
Known for its many waterways and proximity to the Chilterns – an area of outstanding natural beauty – Rickmansworth is an attractive prospect for established city workers. This area is also ideal for families looking for a busy town with all the benefits of a rural location. When talking to commuters, we recommend highlighting the less-than-an-hour journey to Marylebone and the city, as well as the many excellent schools and countryside pursuits, like the Aquadrome.
The most expensive recorded transaction in Rickmansworth was £38,100,000 on 1 August 2014. The most recent recorded sale in Rickmansworth was £1,090,000 on 26 August 2016. Properties in Rickmansworth have an average price of £918,535 over the last 3 years.
▼ -55% since 2015
Average selling prices in last 12 months by types
Rickmansworth has 31 schools with capacities ranging from 149 to 1215. There are a number of schools that cater for special educational needs. There is a mix of Foundation School, Voluntary Aided School, Other Independent School, Community School, EY Setting in the area.
Pupils aged 11 to 18 attend this Mixed Foundation School. The school enrols 1215 students.
A Mixed Voluntary Aided School for pupils aged 11 to 18 years. The school enrols 1181 students.
A Girls Other Independent School for pupils 4 to 18 years. The school enrols 780 students.
Pupils aged 7 to 11 attend this Mixed Community School. The schools has a capacity of 360 pupils.
Pupils aged 3 to 12 attend this Boys Other Independent School. The schools has a capacity of 348 pupils.
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