Close to the borders of Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire, the Surrey town of Camberley grew around the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. It is a modern town with both a busy shopping district in the town centre and a large “out of town” complex.
Things to do in Camberley
The Mall and The Atrium are home to around 100 shops, restaurants, a cinema and bowling alley. Two museums locally that are free to visit are the Royal Logistical Corps Museum at Deepcut Barracks and the Surrey Heath Museum in Camberley.
Commuting from Camberley
Camberley is pretty much halfway between the M3 and M4 so excellent for links to those motorways, also a short drive from Heathrow airport and the M25. On the train you will find two direct peak services into London Waterloo taking around 1hour 15 minutes. The cost of an annual season ticket is £3,668 as of March 2017.
Schools in Camberley
There are many good schools to choose from in Camberley with Collingwood College standing out as one of the largest in the county. In fact there are 10 outstanding primary and secondary schools nearby, as rated by Ofsted (source: Romans.co.uk)
Property Market in Camberley
In the year to March 2017 (source: Rightmove) the average sale price in Camberley increased by 3%. The Average price of a detached house was £633,000 with flats averaging £236,000.
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