Ash Vale

Thinking of moving to Ash Vale, Ash or Tongham? Wondering what it’s like to live in Ash Vale and the surrounding villages? As the Number one estate agent in Ash Vale since 1991 our local area guide to Ash Vale will give you all the information you need about local schools, restaurants, bars, cafes and public transport.

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the History of Ash Vale

Ash Vale is a village in the borough of Guildford in Surrey and the larger, northern settlement of the civil parish of Ash. It is 7 miles from Guildford but is closer to the Hampshire towns of Aldershot and Farnborough, the centres of which are each about two miles away.

THINGS TO DO IN ASH VALE

Ash Ranges is a 1,392-hectare nature reserve that is useable to the public at certain times. It is owned by the Ministry of Defence and managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust. There is also Snaky Lane Local Nature Reserve and Lakeside Nature Reserve. The Quays in Mytchett welcomes you to take a step into the outdoors and offers kayaking, karting, quad biking, wakeboarding, bush craft, raft building, archery and summer camps.

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The Basingstoke Canal Visitor Centre is perfect for family days, exploring the canal or simply relaxing and watching the boats pass by, there is also a children’s trailblazer play area. The Quays Wake and Ski in Mytchett is a wakeboard and water-ski club offering sessions for both beginners and the more advanced. Explore Activity and Education Centre at the Quays in Mytchett welcomes you to take a step into the outdoors and offers kayaking, karting, quad biking, wakeboarding, bush craft, raft building, archery and summer camps.

Food & Drink 

For places to eat, Ash Vale and the surrounding villages have plenty of country pubs and restaurants to offer including The Swan, Ash Vale, The Admiral, Ash Vale, The Greyhound, Ash and The Lion Brewery, Ash. All offer a pub/restaurant with extensive menus of global favourites and pub classics, plus real ales.

ASH VALE TRANSPORT

Ash Vale is a village in the borough of Guildford in Surrey and the larger, northern settlement of the civil parish of Ash. It is 7 miles from Guildford but is closer to the Hampshire towns of Aldershot and Farnborough, the centres of which are each about two miles away.Ash Vale is on a direct link to London Waterloo by rail and is close to the A331 Blackwater Valley Relief Road offering access to the M3 and A31 to Farnham.

ASH VALE EDUCATION

There are a range of nursery schools and primary schools in Ash Vale including Walsh Memorial C of E Infant and Junior schools and Ash Manor Secondary School. There are a range of colleges nearby including Merrist Wood near Guildford, Tomlinscote in Camberley and Farnborough College.

THINGS TO DO IN ASH VALE

Ash Ranges is a 1,392-hectare nature reserve that is useable to the public at certain times. It is owned by the Ministry of Defence and managed by the Surrey Wildlife Trust. There is also Snaky Lane Local Nature Reserve and Lakeside Nature Reserve. The Quays in Mytchett welcomes you to take a step into the outdoors and offers kayaking, karting, quad biking, wakeboarding, bush craft, raft building, archery and summer camps.

Entertainment 

The Basingstoke Canal Visitor Centre is perfect for family days, exploring the canal or simply relaxing and watching the boats pass by, there is also a children’s trailblazer play area. The Quays Wake and Ski in Mytchett is a wakeboard and water-ski club offering sessions for both beginners and the more advanced. Explore Activity and Education Centre at the Quays in Mytchett welcomes you to take a step into the outdoors and offers kayaking, karting, quad biking, wakeboarding, bush craft, raft building, archery and summer camps.

Food & Drink 

For places to eat, Ash Vale and the surrounding villages have plenty of country pubs and restaurants to offer including The Swan, Ash Vale, The Admiral, Ash Vale, The Greyhound, Ash and The Lion Brewery, Ash. All offer a pub/restaurant with extensive menus of global favourites and pub classics, plus real ales.

ASH VALE TRANSPORT

Ash Vale is a village in the borough of Guildford in Surrey and the larger, northern settlement of the civil parish of Ash. It is 7 miles from Guildford but is closer to the Hampshire towns of Aldershot and Farnborough, the centres of which are each about two miles away.Ash Vale is on a direct link to London Waterloo by rail and is close to the A331 Blackwater Valley Relief Road offering access to the M3 and A31 to Farnham.

ASH VALE EDUCATION

There are a range of nursery schools and primary schools in Ash Vale including Walsh Memorial C of E Infant and Junior schools and Ash Manor Secondary School. There are a range of colleges nearby including Merrist Wood near Guildford, Tomlinscote in Camberley and Farnborough College.

PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN ASH VALE

Oxenden Road Image

£525,000

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Oxenden Road, Tongham, Surrey

Northcote Road Image

£200,000

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Northcote Road, Ash Vale, Surrey

Alden Copse Image

£525,000

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Alden Copse, Tongham, Surrey

Gaynesford Way Image

£475,000

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Gaynesford Way, Tongham, Surrey

Poyle Road Image

£850,000

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Poyle Road, Tongham, Surrey

The Beeches Image

£385,000

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The Beeches, Ash Vale, Surrey

Queen Elizabeth Close Image

£380,000

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Queen Elizabeth Close, Ash, Surrey

Guildford Road Image

£400,000

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Guildford Road, Normandy, Guildford, Surrey

Dolleys Hill Mobile Home Park Image

£85,000

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Dolleys Hill Mobile Home Park, Pirbright Road, Normandy, Surrey

The Street Image

£899,950

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The Street, Tongham

Lascombe Lane Image

£700,000

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Lascombe Lane, Puttenham, Guildford, Surrey

Alexandra Road Image

£425,000

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Alexandra Road, Ash, Surrey

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