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This elegant collection of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes is nestled within the picturesque village of Cranleigh, Surrey. Surrounded by existing trees and woodland, the homes here enjoy a sheltered location on the Horsham Road, within a short distance of the village and all of its amenities.
Whether you’re looking to take your first step onto the property ladder, gain more space for your flourishing family, or downsize without compromise, you’re sure to find the perfect place to call home at Longhurst Park.
These properties have been designed with meticulous attention to detail, to ensure you live in style and luxury. The exteriors have been beautifully crafted to blend in with the local vernacular and combine traditional materials with forward-thinking design. Careful thought and consideration has also been given to the interiors. The neutral décor throughout ensures each room feels light and airy and the fluid layout encourages natural light to flood in. Every space has been designed with modern living in mind. From the high specification kitchens with integrated appliances, to the stylish bathroom suites, you’ll be proud to call Longhurst Park your home.
Often referred to as ‘Britain’s biggest village’, Cranleigh offers everything you might expect to see from a large town and yet retains an idyllic village feel to it. Independent boutiques, quaint coffee houses and cosy pubs line the High Street and there’s a real sense of community, with local events such as the Cranleigh Food & Music Festival and monthly farmers market bringing local residents and businesses together.
This leafy village is equipped with everything you need for modern living. Local traders such as the fishmongers, butchers and farm shop are interspersed with well-known brands including M&S Food Hall and Sainsbury's. The rows of independent shops offer an eclectic retail experience and you can browse a wide selection of goods, from jewellery and homeware to gifts and clothing.
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