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Woodlands Court, Woking

Surrey GU21 7FA

This estate consists of RENTAL and SALES properties


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Woodlands Court offers 18 one and two bedroom retirement apartments with on-site facilities including a laundry, lift and private parking. Located close to Woking Golf Course, the properties are handy for local shops, amenities and bus routes.

You won’t have to worry about maintenance of the buildings/grounds as they are taken care of by the on-site manager, who can also assist you with accessing further help and support if required. If you wish to get to know your neighbours, there are regular social activities such as coffee mornings, pub lunches, games sessions, music afternoons and exercise classes to join in with.

 

This estate benefits from a professional Estate Manager Service

To contact this estate direct call Estate Manager: 01483 773297

Other services and facilities include:

  • Car Parking
  • Car Port
  • Laundry
  • Lift

Around the town

The attractive Woking Park has a cricket pitch, bowling greens and a crazy golf course. There is an indoor swimming pool and a couple of leisure centres. Located in the town square you’ll find the public library. There are also churches for most denominations in the town.

Woking has The Peacocks modern shopping centre and an older shopping area at Wolsey Place. You can access the Ambassadors cinema and New Victoria Theatre via the top floor of The Peacocks. There are also numerous bars, pubs and restaurants along Chertsey Road

History, art and culture

The Lightbox arts and heritage centre contains pieces of conceptual art and exhibitions on local history. St Peter's Church, Old Woking and the lock at St John’s Lye along the Basingstoke canal are local beauty spots often painted by local artists.

Situated in north-west Surrey, 25 miles from London, Woking was originally a village. A large part of the town reflects its Victorian origins. Woking has a Wellsian Martian Tripod, designed by Michael Condron. The tripod celebrates H.G. Wells’ book, The War of the Worlds, which was written in Woking.

Where we are

Located close to Woking town centre, the estate is easily accessible from the M25 (Junction 11) and the M3 (Junction 3). There are plenty of bus services operating, including the Arriva 34/5 and 28 buses, which stop directly outside the estate and in the village of St Johns nearby.

The nearest railway stations are Woking and Brookwood, with good bus connections to the estate from Woking. Heathrow and Gatwick airport serve the local area, with destinations across the UK and around the world.

Distance to GP: 0.5 miles

Distance to shop: 0.5 miles

Distance to bus stop: 0.05 miles

Distance to Post Office: 2 miles