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FINAL CHANCE AT LUXURY SURREY DEVELOPMENT

Surrey is blessed with some of the country’s most desirable places to live thanks to its abundance of natural beauty, wellbeing benefits, high-quality education options and fantastic commutability. Set in one of the most popular pockets of this stunning home county, Elivia Homes’ exclusive collection of just four luxury homes at Paddock View in Lower Kingswood has proved extremely popular with those looking to move to the county. Since launching off-plan at the end of 2023, just one of these beautiful properties remains on the market – the luxurious five-bedroom Breton House.

Paddock View is a boutique collection of just four four- and five-bedroom barn-style homes located off Babylon Lane. With each property having a southwest-facing garden overlooking rolling fields, it’s the perfect place for house-hunters who cherish the great outdoors. Breton House is the final home available to purchase off-plan at Paddock View, a five-bedroom detached property which will be a perfect choice for a family, or those who wish to downsize without compromising on living space and flexibility.

Philip Brown, Sales and Marketing Director at Elivia Homes, comments: “The health and wellbeing benefits of outdoor activities have been very important to the discerning buyers at Paddock View. They love the idea of green views from their windows, the proximity of spectacular natural beauty spots and the host of open-air sports and leisure pursuits on the doorstep here. Combine that with the sheer luxury of the new homes at Paddock View and you can see why there’s just one remaining chance to purchase a home in this idyllic setting.”

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Upon entrance to Breton House, its galleried hallway is the first sign of the generous space and luxury this home offers. Its hub is the open-plan kitchen/breakfast/family room, with bifold doors to the patio and turfed rear garden. This room leads to a large dining room, which in turn opens to a drawing room with brick inglenook fireplace, and both have French doors to the garden. These rooms combine to offer a huge living/entertaining space across the whole width of the property.

Also downstairs, a sizeable utility room offers an abundance of storage space to help declutter the main rooms, and off the hallway are a dedicated study and a cloakroom. For residents and guests who prefer lateral living, bedroom two is a large double with en suite, wardrobe-fitted dressing area, and its own set of French doors to the garden. A large attached double garage completes the ground floor.

Upstairs, off the galleried landing, are the family bathroom and four bedrooms. The highlight is expansive bedroom one, with its own dressing area and fitted wardrobes, an en suite with bathtub, walk-in shower and twin basins, and a double-door Juliet balcony. Bedroom three has an en suite shower room, and bedroom four is another double. Bedroom five is a single room that could equally be used as nursery, hobby room or another home office.

The specification of all the new homes at Paddock View features a host of premium brands and includes underfloor heating across the ground floor via an air source heat pump; a Shaker-style kitchen with comprehensive range of energy-efficient integral appliances; contemporary bathroom and en suites with full tiling, chrome fittings and stylish cabinetry; attractive switches, power sockets, skirting boards and architraves; extensive fitted wardrobes to the larger bedrooms; Amtico flooring throughout; an alarm system; and an EV charging point in the garage.

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Paddock View is a former equestrian centre on the edge of the Surrey Hills, with many footpaths and bridleways for walkers, cyclists and horse riders to enjoy. Little more than a mile away are a number of beautiful landmarks, including Colley Hill, Reigate Hill and Gatton Park. It’s only a short drive to more National Trust sites too, such as Box Hill and Headley Heath, perfect examples of what makes Surrey such a desirable place to live. Keen golfers are also spoilt for choice in Lower Kingswood, with Kingswood Golf and Country Club, Walton Heath Golf Club and Reigate Hill Golf Club all within a ten-minute drive.

With an array of independent and big-brand shops, supermarkets, cafés and pubs, as well as numerous amenities, local towns and villages such as Tadworth, Reigate, Epsom and Banstead put many essentials within very easy reach of home.

Educational facilities in the area are also impressive. Kingswood Primary School is a small village primary school located near the development, whilst St Bede’s School for Years 7-13 is 3.3 miles away and rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. There are several well-regarded independent schools within a few miles of home.

For commuters, London Bridge can be reached from Tadworth and Kingswood stations (50 and 51 minute respectively), and it’s just 36 minutes into Waterloo from nearby Epsom. Frequent local bus services cover routes around Lower Kingswood and East Surrey. With the M25 just a few minutes away, Gatwick Airport can be reached in just a quarter-of-an-hour.

Breton House is priced at £1,795,000. For further information, please visit www.eliviahomes.co.uk.

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