About Robert Dean & The History of Ewell

Robert Dean Estate Agents are delighted to announce their successful re-branding incorporating Romans Estate Agents in Ewell Village.

We are a family run independent Estate Agents having been established in 1984. Current owner/manager Adam Balcer joined the company in 1996 and over the years has built up a number of local contacts including solicitors, surveyors, developers and mortgage brokers that can help, you the client, in many different ways. In fact, there aren’t many roads in the area Adam hasn’t sold a house down!!

As one of the area’s most experienced estate agents, we understand that selling your home is often an emotional process, that’s why we go the extra mile to make everything as stress-free as possible. Adam will personally oversee your sale from placing your property on the market to finding a suitable buyer and progressing the transaction to completion, making sure that any potential problems along the way are quickly averted.

We know from engaging with local residents that there is no desire for Estate Agents to disappear from the high street and that most clients do in fact prefer to pop into an office and speak to their agent face to face. So please feel free to come and visit us at our COVID-safe office at 48 High Street, Ewell Village, any time for a friendly chat re: any property matters whether it be buying or selling and we can share our unrivalled knowledge of the market with you.

We look forward to hearing from you.

The Team at Robert Dean.

A brief history of Ewell

Ewell is a suburban area in The Borough of Epsom & Ewell in Surrey, approximately 12 miles (19km) south of Central London. In the 2011 census, the settlement had a population of 34,872, a majority of which (73%) is in the ABC1 social class.

Ewell was founded as a spring line settlement where the permeable chalk of the North Downs meets the impermeable London Clay and the Hogsmill River (a tributary of the River Thames) still rises at a Spring close to Bourne Hall in the village centre. Recorded in Doomsday book as Etwelle, the settlement was granted a license to hold a market in 1618. 

The opening of Railway Stations to the East and West of the Centre in 1847 and 1859 respectively facilitated the creation of the extensive residential areas, which are now contiguous with the Greater London suburbs. Ewell West has services towards London Waterloo, Dorking and Guildford and Ewell East has services towards London Victoria, Dorking and Horsham. Both stations are in TFL fare Zone 6. Bus services in Ewell include the 293, 406, 418, 467, 470, E5 and E16 providing links to Morden, Kingston–upon–Thames and Chessington.

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