£580,000 - £780,000
2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Frith Park, Walton on the Hill, Surrey
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Accessed via private gates and a sweeping tree-lined driveway, Frith Park is a breathtaking collection of 26 new, two & three bedroom mews-style country cottages and four bedroom villas arranged in a courtyard setting together with 11 two & three bedroom apartments behind the retained façade of the locally listed Mansion House and set amongst eight acres of idyllic parkland, formal gardens and ancient woods.
Located within the Greenbelt and an Area of Great Landscape Value, Frith Park is an exciting regeneration project that includes an extensive tree management, planting and bio-diversity programme.
The development is positioned close to the bustling Surrey village of Walton-on-the-Hill and is well served by an excellent selection of local shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes. It also boasts an Ofsted rated ‘outstanding’ Walton-on-the-Hill primary school, Chinthurst Prep School and benefits from a thriving community with a wealth of community facilities. Under two miles away is located the prestigious Walton Heath Golf Club whose former members include King Edward VIII, Winston Churchill and David Lloyd George. The area boasts excellent transport links too with Leatherhead train station located 5.7 miles away and provides direct rail access to London Waterloo in around 45 minutes or London Victoria in approximately one hour. By road, the A217 is situated just over two miles away with access south to the motorway network via junction 8 of the M25 at Reigate or travelling northwards through Cheam, Sutton and into South London at Wandsworth.
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