Luxury New Homes Surrey
Luxury New Homes Surrey
The county of Surrey is home to some of Britain's most beautiful countryside and villages, with the Surrey Hills being designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is one of the home counties and is considered one of the capital's most prestigious suburbs. The county has a rich history, with many places steeped in culture and tradition, making it a great place to live.
With so much beautiful countryside and easy access to the city, Surrey is a perfect place to live. Surrey could be the ideal location if you're looking for your first home, a family home, or downsizing after raising your children.
Brookworth Homes have luxury new homes across the South East. Our most recent development is a stunning collection of 19 luxury 3-bedroom semi-detached and 3 and 4-bedroom detached new-build homes in the historic Surrey village of West Horsley.
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Living in Surrey
Choosing a new home in Surrey has many benefits, and the county is packed with beautiful countryside, historic towns, picturesque villages and thriving cities. In addition, Surrey's proximity to London makes it an ideal place for commuters, with easy access to the capital by road and rail.
Surrey has many schools and is home to some of the best independent schools in the country. In addition, there are six universities in Surrey, including the University of Surrey and Guildford College.
Places to visit in Surrey
Surrey's attractions include world-class golf courses, stunning historical homes and ancient castles.
The Surrey Hills AONB is a fantastic place to visit, especially if you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Here you'll find some beautiful hills and plenty of wildlife that can be explored on foot or by bicycle. Box Hill, Leith Hill, the Devil's Punch Bowl and Newlands Corner are some of the most iconic sights, to name a few.
National Trust parks and gardens abound in Surrey, with a few notable examples including Polesden Lacey, Claremont Landscape Garden, Hatchlands Park and Winkworth Arboretum. The county also has several historic sites, including Guildford Castle, Loseley House and Manor and The Old Manor House.
Stoke Park's 27-hole championship golf course was designed by Harry Colt in 1908 and still attracts many players today. It's well known for its immaculate greens and is the perfect place to improve your handicap.
Transport links in Surrey
Surrey is easily accessible by car and has good road links. There are also good train and bus links. The M25 motorway runs through the county with the A3, A31 and M3 linking it to London. The county has two international airports, Gatwick and Heathrow nearby; both are accessible by train. Gatwick Airport is the nearest to Surrey, with easy access from London and surrounding areas. The airport is situated just outside Crawley in West Sussex and is only 30 minutes from Guildford via car or taxi.
Surrey is a beautiful place to live. It offers so many different properties, from large mansions with plenty of room for the whole family to smaller properties perfect for first-time buyers or couples who want somewhere special for themselves. So if you're looking for something different, why look at our selection of luxury new homes in Surrey?
Read more about our developments, The Green and The Hamptons in Surrey.
Where are the best places to live in Surrey?
West Horsley is perfect if you want to live in a rural setting but are still close enough to Guildford, Epsom and Leatherhead for the shops, schools and other amenities. West Horsley is a semi-rural delight. The ideal location for those who value connectivity, country living, and a sense of community. The village is situated in a beautiful part of Surrey and is close to Epsom Downs racecourse, Haynes Garden Centre and the prestigious West Horsley Place Gardens.
Ewhurst is another beautiful Surrey village that is perfect for those who want to live in a rural setting but with easy access to the market towns of Dorking and Haslemere. The village is also home to The Bulls' Head, which has been serving the community for over 400 years.