There are 33 one and two bungalows and maisonettes on this development in Surrey. The properties are set in beautiful well maintained mature gardens. There’s every chance to meet with other residents via social activities and coffee mornings.
There are lots of shops, amenities and supermarkets within a couple of miles of the development.
Dorking is a historic market town at the foot of the North Downs approximately 21 miles south of London. The town's three main trading streets of High Street, West Street and South Street are complemented by a small open-air shopping centre, St Martin's Walk, which is adjacent to the town's main car park and easily accessed from the High Street.
The Dorking Halls is a cinema, theatre, leisure centre and swimming pool complex. Dorking also has a museum, a library and is noted for its antique and art shops on West Street.
Out and about
An "Arts Alive" Festival takes place annually during the last two weeks of October. The Dorking Group of Artists exhibit locally twice a year, in Betchworth and at Denbies. The Surrey Hills including the nearby escarpment of Box Hill are well known areas for country walks, rambling and mountain biking.
Also adjacent to Dorking is Denbies Vineyard. Underneath the town lie the Dorking Caves which are open occasionally to the public. Each year in April, the town plays host to the Leith Hill Music Festival for local choral societies.
This development is to the west of the town centre just off the A25. Dorking is situated at the junction of the A24 (London to Worthing) and A25 (Maidstone to Guildford) roads. The railway station runs services from Epsom to Horsham and London Waterloo. The local bus serves Guildford, Redhill and Reigate including villages in between, as well as some local services.
Distance to GP: 0.5 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.08 miles
Distance to Post Office: 1 miles