Moving to Molesey?
"East Molesey is home to the stunning Hampton Court Palace. Built in the 16th Century for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, a favourite of King Henry VIII, it was then seized by the King for himself. Along with St James’ Palace, it is one of only two surviving palaces of the many owned by King Henry VIII." Cala_homes
"There are large, impressive Victorian and Edwardian mansions and smaller villas and cottages in the Molesey Kent Town conservation area around Palace Road and Kent Road, and in the Molesey Old Village conservation area south of Walton Road.
East and West Molesey are sandwiched between the Thames to the north, and the river Mole - and some of London’s largest reservoirs - to the south and west." Homes_and_property
"West Molesey is enchantingly beautiful. It has the best of all the world have to offer in one place with no compromise. this are is set in picturesque idyllic tranquil setting.
This area is tucked away yet you can you can get everywhere easily by public transport. therefore you have the peace without the isolation." Foxtons