A collection of new homes has gone on sale at Taylor Wimpey's development near Esher in Surrey.

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  • The choice of four bedroom homes, available now through local estate agent Hamptons, offers purchasers at Hinchley Park the chance to secure their place in a prime village location.

    It is bordered by Surbiton Golf Course and open countryside yet it hasn't lost the connections and excellent amenities of the city.

    The Ashdown home features a kitchen/breakfast room, a lounge/dining room with French doors to the garden, a cloakroom off the entrance hallway and an integral garage.

    Upstairs, the landing leads to the master bedroom with ensuite, three further bedrooms and a main bathroom.

    The semi-detached Ashdown is priced from £519,995, while the detached Ferndown is also among the first homes available, from £674,995.

    Kate Gordon, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey's south west Thames division, said: "We have already received a great deal of interested in our new homes at Hinchley Wood, and encourage anyone who is keen to find out more to get in touch as soon as possible, or visit Hamptons estate agents in High Street, Esher."

    Hinchley Park offers the peace and tranquillity of a traditional village, yet has everything for day-to-day living on the doorstep, from a Post Office through to a health clinic offering yoga and Pilates.

    Life's luxuries are also at hand, with a continental bakery, a fine foods butcher and Garsons Farm, where pick-your-own fruit is available from May to October. The farm shop offers an award-winning selection of cheeses and deli produce.

    Esher, just over a mile away, offers more than a dozen restaurants and a host of bars and cafés, while excellent shopping can be found in Kingston and Guildford.

    Only 14 miles from London, northbound trains to Waterloo and southbound trains to Guildford can be caught at Hinchley Wood Station every 30 minutes, making Hinchley Park the perfect get-away for City workers looking for a more pleasant place to call home.

    For families, the area is renowned for the quality of its state and independent schools, which include Milbourne Lodge, Rowan Preparatory, Emberhurst and Claremont Fan Court, while Hinchley Wood primary and secondary schools are well-regarded and close to home.

    The village also has from a community hall, church, and a range of clubs and groups, including a nursery and a scouting group, and there are also numerous places to enjoy the great outdoors: Weston Green, Giggs Hill Green, Littleworth Common in Esher, Telegraph Hill, Clayton, or a round at Surbiton Golf Club, to name but a few.

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