£574,950 - £1,174,950
3, 4 and 5 bedroom houses
West End, Surrey
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The Maltings is a stunning new collection of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes in a fantastic Surrey location!
If your heart’s desire is an exclusive home in beautiful surroundings; if you dream of living in a peaceful country setting, yet within easy reach of London – then The Maltings, in the Surrey village of West End, is the perfect location for you.
The Maltings is an elegant development of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes. In a rural location just a few minutes’ walk from the heart of West End village, The Maltings is close to the towns of Chobham, Camberley and Woking, as well as being within easy reach of railway stations and motorways that provide direct and rapid access to London.
Located in an idyllic setting, surrounded with fields and farmlands,
The Maltings is set across nearly 12 acres. With a range of charming properties to choose from, The Maltings is an ideal choice for families looking to find local homes with more interior and exterior space.
The village’s vibrant community is expressed in the many activities which take place at the local hall and sports pavilion, which together offer an impressive choice of clubs, classes and events; there are also local sports groups, an annual village fête in June and an agricultural show in September.
The Maltings is within easy walking distance of the amenities in the charming village of West End. The village benefits from many open spaces, including Brentmoor Heath, a nature reserve designated as
a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
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