Award-winning developer, Crest Nicholson, has launched for sale a small selection of traditionally designed three and four-bedroom family homes in the desirable village of Beare Green, near Dorking. Chorus Gardens will help meet the sustained demand in the area for traditional family homes.
With traditional exteriors and well-planned, family-friendly interior layouts, the detached and semi-detached properties are sympathetic to the local architectural vernacular and will present an attractive street scene in-keeping with their village surroundings.
Christine Tiernan, Sales & Marketing Director, Crest Nicholson South, comments: “The demand for new family homes in the Dorking area continues unabated, given the area’s attraction as a commuter location. Chorus Gardens offers purchasers an exciting proposition; located as it is on the fringes of Beare Green, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty yet on the doorstep of Dorking which has some excellent schools and a plethora of cafes, restaurants and shops. We’ve had a high number of enquiries since the development launched for sale, with purchasers looking to buy off-plan to capitalise on rising property prices.”
Externally, properties showcase a range of features including hanging tiles, weatherboarding and pitched and gabled roofs. Internally each property blends an element of tradition with more contemporary lifestyle trends. Generous open-plan kitchen / dining areas form the hub of each home. Homes all have a separate living room and several also have a separate more formal dining room.
Large windows ensure that interiors are flooded with natural light, while every property has French doors opening onto a private garden, enhancing the sense of internal space.
Depending on housetype, homes are arranged over two or three storeys, maximising the internal footprint and ensuring that the living accommodation is proportional to the generous bedrooms.
Benefiting from the perfect combination of local amenities and idyllic rural surroundings, Beare Green is a great choice for buyers looking to settle into family life or downsize to an easy, low maintenance lifestyle.
The surrounding landscape boasts an abundance of breath-taking scenery and wildlife including the North Downs, Ranmore Common and the dramatic lookout points of Box Hill and Leith Hill. Residents of Chorus Gardens can also enjoy the close proximity to Holmwood Common, a little-known tract of woodland managed by the National Trust.
The nearby town of Dorking is a mere ten minute drive away, providing a further array of shops for daily essentials, including Waitrose, Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Superdrug and Waterstone’s. A large range of pubs, cafés, wine bars and restaurants will suit all tastes and occasions. Local produce can also be sourced from the farmer’s market or the Denbies Wine Estate, the largest vineyard in England. The town is also ranked amongst the UK’s top twenty ‘hotspots’ for good schools by The Daily Telegraph.
With a choice of railway links and proximity to the motorway network, the Dorking area is well connected and ideal for commuters. Holmwood station is just two minutes’ walk from Chorus Gardens, giving local connections to Epsom (33 minutes) and Horsham (29 minutes). London Victoria or Reading can be reached in just under one hour from nearby Dorking Deepdene station*.
The development is located on a private road off the A24, an important route into Dorking itself, as well as to Horsham and the A27 south coast road. Going north, it’s slightly less than 20 minutes’ drive to the M25 at junction 9**.
Prices at Chorus Gardens start from: £469,950. For further information, visit www.crestnicholson.com/chorusgardens or telephone: 01306 887560.
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