£322,950 - £334,950
Bleriot Gate, Addlestone
2 bedroom properties
Station Road, Addlestone, Surrey
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About the DevelopmentBleriot Gate, Addlestone is an exciting new development of beautiful 1 and 2 bedroom apartments from Redrow with something for everyone, perfect for starter homes and commuters into the capital with a distinctive contemporary style.
Addlestone Town Centre is also being transformed to provide new shops, a cinema, gym, and public spaces which will create a vibrant town centre for people to work, visit and live.
Located just inside the M25, Addlestone lies within easy reach of London, with the local station just a few minutes walk away from the development. Yet Bleriot Gate also enjoys a fresh, open feeling that is rare in the suburbs, with views across Woburn Park and Chertsey Meads to the Thames beyond.
AmenitiesAddlestone Town Centre is being transformed to provide new shops, a cinema, gym, and public spaces which will create a vibrant town centre for people to work, visit and live.
The Crouch Oak Family Practice is close to the development on Station Road (Sat Nav KT15 2BH call 0845 224 6159), with dentists available at Gatehouse Dental Care, also on Station Road (Sat Nav KT15 2BQ call 0845 224 6159).
Local shopping includes a major Tesco store just half a mile from Bleriot Gate.
DiningAddlestone offers a world of choice when it comes to dining, with both exotic restaurants and traditional English inns. Check out the highly rated Beijing Restaurant for Chinese and Malaysian food, or the India delights of Mystica. The George, The Cricketers and The Crouch Oak, named after Addlestone’s famous 400 year old tree, all serve high quality ‘pub grub’ with a friendly welcome and fine ales and wines.
For a special treat, head north to Bray, near Maidenhead, for the 3 Michelin Star extravaganza that is Heston Blumenthal’s Fat Duck. But you may have to wait for a table, with bookings taken many months in advance.
EducationLocated on the doorstep of the famous St Georges College, high quality education is never far from your mind at Bleriot Gate. But don’t worry, you don’t need to pay the fees of St George’s; there are plenty of good state schools close by, including the ‘outstanding’ St Charles Borromeo Catholic Primary and Darley Dene Primary, both within a mile’s walk.
Older children can choose between a number of excellent schools, including Philip Southcoat Secondary, Heathside Secondary and Jubilee High School.
With many residents working in the city, one of the biggest leisure attractions of Addlestone is its proximity to so many parks and open spaces. The riverside walks of Chertsey Meads are a great way to unwind at the end of a busy day. The royal parks of Windsor and Richmond are great for family day out at the weekend, or head south to the South Downs National Park.
Closer to home, you’ll find cinemas in nearby Esher and Woking, plus plenty of entertainment at Hampton Court Palace and the historic Brooklands motor racing circuit. Addlestone also has a popular leisure centre, with a range of sports halls and courts, plus local golf close by at Abbeymoor Golf Club.
ShoppingAddlestone enjoys a good selection of shops along Station Road in the town centre, with both Tesco and Waitrose supermarkets represented. For a more extensive shop, there are many choices in the local towns, including Bentalls Shopping Centre in Kingston, Elmsleigh Shopping Centre in Staines, Peacocks Shopping Centre in Woking and Two Rivers in Staines.
Plus of course, the bright lights and big names of Oxford Street, and the boutiques of West London are all within easy reach by train.
TransportAddlestone Station is just a short walk from Bleriot Gate, with rapid connections to the South West Mainline at Weybridge. Trains to London take under an hour, with Guildford just half an hour away and Reading around 50 minutes. The town also enjoys regular bus services connecting to nearby towns and London Underground stations.
Road connections are just as impressive, with the M25 junction 11 under two miles away, leading to the M3 in just 3½ miles and the M4 in just 10 miles. London is around 25 miles by road, with Guildford 15 miles, Maidenhead 24 miles and Reading 35 miles. Heathrow airport is only 15 miles and Gatwick Airport is just 31 miles away from the development.
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