Move Revolution in Reigate

Move Revolution was founded in July 2009 and, since then, has worked hard to become the top choice of estate agents in Reigate.

Our team know the town like the back of their hand. They understand the intrinsic links between schools and catchment areas, as well as travel times for commuters to Reigate and Redhill stations.

For many of our team, Reigate isn’t just the place they work, it’s where they live. They have in-depth knowledge of the high street and local area and each of them has their favourite shops, cafés, bars and local walks.

Move Revolution are the expert estate agents in Reigate. For more information about the town, and to see if it’s the right place for you, get in touch with a member of our team now or fill in the form below to book a valuation.

Current Sales and Lettings

For Sale
Split Level Apartment
£315,000
Architecturally designed, this stunning split level apartment provides a beautiful space, bathed in light from the floor to ceiling bay windows. Situated on a beautiful tree lined street, only a short walk from the town centre and Reigate station. Virtual Tour available.
Let Agreed
3 bedroom House
£1,450 pcm
A well presented spacious three double bedroom house situated on the outskirts of Reigate centre conveniently located for Sandcross Primary School. The property benefits from open plan Kitchen/Diner, three double bedrooms, double glazing, gas central heating and off road parking. Unfurnished. No pets. Available from 10th April.

Get in touch

Get in touch.

8am to 8pm.

Please call 01737 888220 or complete the form.

Head Office: Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road
Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW
Louise Simpson
Area Sales Manager
Louise loves meeting friends for dinner at Buenos Aries and Carluccios, or grabbing a bagel from Urban Kitchen. She also likes the lovely home and giftware you can find in The Lemon Tree and All about Eve. You may even see her picking up dinner in Cook on her way home with a bottle of Malbec from the Vine King!
Zac Ship
Sales Manager
Zac is a big fan of Cullenders, with their fantastic food and coffee, and recommends a flat white.

Zac's top haunts in the town include Priory Park and Reigate Heath, where he enjoys a sneaky drink at The Skimmington Castle.
Damian Bligh
Senior Negotiator
Damian and his wife love eating out and shopping in Reigate. From breakfast at Bills to dinner at Giggling Squid or Tony Tobin's ‘The Dining Room’. They love browsing the boutique clothes shops in Reigate high street from Quattro Rish, Gerrards, Ashworth & Bird to Mint Velvet.

About Reigate

Situated in Surrey, Reigate is a picturesque market town, with a reputation for excellent schools, restaurants and independent shops.

Priory Park is a favourite with residents, boasting vast amounts of beautiful open space, a lake and large play park for children.

A great choice for commuters, the town is positioned just off of the M25 and boasts regular trains to central London and Brighton. It is also located within easy reach of larger towns, including Redhill and Crawley, as well as Gatwick and Heathrow airports.

Our Clients Say It Best

Things To Do

As a Couple
Breakfast
Bills
Start your day with breakfast at Bills, before wandering along the high street to explore the lovely boutiques. When you’re ready for lunch, pop into Cullenders and read the newspapers whilst watching the world go by.
Countryside walk
Reigate Health
Enjoy the beautiful countryside with a walk on Reigate Health. Park in the Flanchford Road car park and start with an afternoon drink in The Skimmington Castle pub. Then, stroll back through the golf course, via the Windmill, and loop back to the car park.
Cocktails
Urban 9
Enjoy a cocktail at Urban 9 (above Urban Kitchen). We recommend the Gimlet, a delicious gin based sweet and sour cocktail, originally created in 1747 by a British Royal Legion Surgeon. Pre-book comfy sofa seats at Reigate’s Everyman Cinema – a real gem in the town centre. This cinema has it’s own bar and serves delicious tapas style treats, as well as freshly made popcorn. Snuggle up and enjoy the latest blockbuster with a chilled glass of wine.
With Kids
Hot Chocolate
Monty Bojangles
Priory Park tops the list of things to do in Reigate, especially with children. Explore the fountain and sunken garden, as well as the beautiful lake. If strolling in the Autumn, warm up with a hot chocolate from Monty Bojangles on the high street.
Fairy and Pixie Doors
Priory Park
Hidden deep in the woods of Priory Park are fairy and pixie doors. Meander your way through the woods and take the kids on a hunt for them. Then, let the little ones get creative by decorating a plate or mug at Dish, whilst you enjoy a cup of tea. Later, why not treat the family to locally sourced fish and chips at Sea Salt on Lesbourne Road?
Beautiful Castle Grounds
Reigate Castle
Head to the high street, pop into Café Nero and grab drinks to go. As you walk back down the street, look out for the steps up to Reigate Castle, to the right of Boots. Head up to the beautiful castle grounds and don’t miss the unusual pyramid structure in the centre of the garden.
Treasure Trials
Murder Mystery
If your children are a little older, try Treasure Trials’ Murder Mystery treasure hunt. Tours can be personalised, so it’s a great gift idea for local friends or family.
With Friends
Stunning Views
Reigate Hill
If it’s a clear day, drive up Wray Lane and park at the top of Reigate Hill, in the National Trust car park, to enjoy the stunning view. Pop to Urban Kitchen’s ‘The Hill’ kiosk for a drink and, if the sun is shining, sit in one of their deck chairs. If you fancy a walk, head over the bridge up the hill to Reigate Fort, or over the road and through Gatton Park; the historic parkland and Edwardian gardens, designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown.
Caves
Reigate’s famous caves
If your friends come to stay during warmer months, visit Reigate’s famous caves and explore beneath the town centre. Check opening days first, as the caves shut for winter. The entrance is located on Tunnel Road (just past Café Rouge). The road was built in 1823 and is the oldest road tunnel in Britain, as well as one of the oldest in Europe. After exploring the caves, pop into Market Stores to enjoy their garden (on a sunny day) or cosy dining area if the weather isn’t so nice. If cooking for friends, visit The Vineking, Reigate’s independent wine merchant. Their team will work with you to match the perfect bottle of wine to your meal.
Energetic Day Out
Reigate’s countryside.
For a more energetic day out, take a long walk around Reigate’s countryside. The four mile long circular walk takes you through Reigate Heath (where you can stop at The Black Horse pub), as well as the Reigate Heath Windmill, Wonham Mill and the pillboxes built during the Second World War.

Local Events

P4P
August 29, 2016
P4P 2016 - Date TBC. The Patrick Evans Foundation is a local charity set up to help those suffering from any illness and disease, support those dealing with bereavement and loss
,create healthy sporting opportunities for young people and promote awareness of safety in sporting activities. Every year they run a fantastic local family friendly festival which was attended by 850 people in 2015. They haven’t announced the date for their 2016 festival – it is definitely worth putting a note in the diary!
Run Reigate
September 18, 2016
We are really proud of our involvement in Run Reigate. Having been founded in 2014 by Dave Kelly and our very own Chris Crabtree we have continued to have a partnership with this fantastic local event. Due to our relationship with Reigate and Banstead Council and their R&BeActive campaign as well as our reputation for running children’s events we now run the Move Revolution Kids Active Village. As with all our events all the activities were free for children to participate, we also worked closely with local sports clubs to create mini taster sessions to get local children ‘moving!’