Here at Eastons we are proud to have been operating in and around our local area of Epsom, Ewell and Tadworth for over 23 years. With areas of outstanding natural beauty on our doorstep, breathtaking views of London and the Downs just around the corner and a short drive from the beach we are sure you will agree that it is a fantastic place to live! We run through five of the key areas in our local community, showcase properties we have for sale and explain why we love the area so much and why you should too!
Epsom Downs is the large open space overlooking Epsom, which also includes the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse where the annual Derby is held. It also includes the new Woodland Trust wood – Langley Vale.
A large area of chalk grassland and woodland swathes make this an ideal habitat for wildlife. Visitors can enjoy walking, cycling and horseriding across the Downs which offer spectacular views right across to London where key London landmarks can be viewed.
Epsom Downs is a fantastic location and this superbly presented three bedroom detached house with one bathroom and en-suite, garden and garage is the perfect home to enjoy it in! Click here to book a viewing, view the 360 tour and for more information! https://www.eastons.co.uk/property-for-sale/surrey/kt17-3bf/1804841
Tadworth is steeped in history. On a small farm to the north-west, South Tadworth Farm, directly at the top of the westward-facing Langley Vale and south of the Epsom Downs racecourse, is a prehistoric settlement. Tadworth also appears in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Tadeorde and Tadorne.
Not only steeped in history, Tadworth also has plenty of culture to offer. The Children’s Trust, a national charity providing special care for severely disabled children and rehabilitation to children with acquired brain injuries, is housed in Tadworth Court.
Tadworth also has great transport connections with Tadworth station being in Zone 6 and the M25 only a stones throw away.
Tadworth has plenty in store for those looking to move and Eastons are proud to offer this rare opportunity to acquire a character property sat on a plot of approximately 0.35 acre located within easy reach of Tadworth village and station.
The property which is set back from the road and has a broad 80ft frontage has tremendous potential to make into a dream home and has had a previous planning application granted, which has now lapsed. https://www.eastons.co.uk/property-for-sale/united-kingdom/kt20-5rf/1879122
Lower Kingswood, like its neighbours, is also riddled with history however theirs is slightly more regal. The name “Lower Kingswood” dates back to the reign of King Henry VIII. Kingswood and lower Kingswood were the royal hunting woods. The Sportsman public house in Mogador was originally Henry’s hunting lodge. Henry had a palace on Nonsuch park “Nonsuch Palace” and the surrounding royal land stretched from Merton Abbey to Reigate.
This well presented and extended semi-detached family home is situated just yards from the open spaces of Epsom Downs. The well cared for accommodation comprises to the ground floor of storm porch with front door leading to the entrance hall with cloakroom. The extended lounge/diner is bright and spacious and has doors leading out to the patio. There is a separate sitting room with multi fuel burner which also overlooks the garden.
The kitchen has an extensive range of matching wall and base units with integrated appliances including eye level double oven and microwave, five burner gas hob, washing machine and dishwasher. To the first floor are three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. Outside the south facing garden has a full width decked patio area leading down to the garden and a sideway leads to the large front driveway providing ample parking. https://www.zoopla.co.uk/for-sale/details/56857765?search_identifier=cd0ca55273d970a0b86ab0c560a19543
Nork is a residential area of the borough of Reigate and Banstead in Surrey and borders Greater London, England. Nork is separated from its post town Banstead only by the A217 dual carriageway, and the built-up area is also contiguous with similar parts of Tattenham Corner and Burgh Heath. A thin belt of more open land separates it from the communities to the north: Epsom, Ewell, Cheam and Belmont.
There are two parades of shops, one called the Driftbridge and another at the north-eastern end of Nork Way, the street which runs centrally through the residential area. Nork lies on chalk near the top of the gentle north-facing slope of the North Downs, 175 m (575 ft) above sea level at its highest point.
This well presented ground floor maisonette offers light and spacious accommodation within this well maintained development and benefits from a 900+ year lease and low outgoings. The private front door leads to the entrance hall with storage and gives access to all rooms. The front aspect reception room is light and spacious with plenty of room for a dining table. The kitchen which overlooks the communal garden to the rear has a matching range of base and wall units with integrated four burner hob with cooker hood above and eye level oven. There is recess for washing machine, dishwasher and fridge.
There is a back door leading directly to the garden. There are two double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes and the bathroom has been converted to a shower room. Outside are well tendered communal gardens and a garage en bloc with an metal up and over door along with ample parking bays. https://www.eastons.co.uk/property-for-sale/surrey/kt20-5pq/1880100
Tattenham Corner refers to the sharp bend in the track at the eastern (upper) part of Epsom Racecourse and its immediate vicinity, which includes Tattenham Corner railway station, a few shops and a branch library. The racecourse itself and a short length of road between the station and the course are in the borough of Epsom & Ewell.
The area is on the northern slope of the North Downs. It was formerly used largely for cattle pasture, sheep farming and wood gathering. By the 1770s, Tattenham Corner was the established name for the top section of the relatively new Epsom Racecourse on Epsom Downs.
This well presented second (top) floor flat is presented in good decorative order and is accessed via a security entryphone system.
The flat has a private front door leading to the entrance hall, bright lounge with door to a sit on balcony, fitted kitchen/diner, double bedroom and a white bathroom suite with over bath electric shower. Outside is a useful secure allocated shed. https://www.eastons.co.uk/property-for-sale/united-kingdom/kt18-5tp/1865431
Like any of the properties above? Or like any of the areas we have outlined? If so then get in touch with us today on 01737 353 005 to see if we can match you to your dream property or help you sell yours! We have a fantastic range of marketing tools including; 360 tours, virtual viewings, virtual valuations and much more that will help you in your search or sale!<