Renting in Epsom

Popular with young professionals, families and students, rents in Epsom could start rising due to a supply shortage.
Tenants in Epsom include young professionals and families. The University for the Creative Arts has a campus in the town, so there is also a demand for shared student accommodation.
 
The most expensive property for rent now is a five-bedroom, newly renovated detached house in Longdown Lane North, in the suburb of Ewell, available through Cairds at £4,000 a month (above).
 
One of the cheapest rental houses is a two-bedroom cottage in Alrose Villas, Plough Road, also in Ewell, through Jackson Noon (020 8394 2555) for £1,250 a month.
 
The most expensive flat, above Barclays Bank in the High Street, has four/five bedrooms and is available for £2,000 a month through Ivy Gate (020 3282 7162).
 
One-bedroom flats range from around £825 to £1,300 a month, with two-bedroom flats from around £950 to £1,500 a month.
 
Estate agent Nicholas Hapgood, of Hamptons, says Epsom rents remain stable so far this year, although a shortage of supply could push them up in the coming months.
 
Average prices: renting flats and houses in Epsom
One-bedroom flat: £1,132 a month
Two-bedroom flat: £1,230 a month
Two-bedroom house: £1,289 a month
Three-bedroom house: £1,640 a month
Four-bedroom house: £2,089 a month
Source: zoopla.co.uk
 


 

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