Hinchley Park to breathe new life into disused government offices

Called Hinchley Park, the development has been carefully designed and landscaped to complement the layout and architecture of the surrounding community.

With the showhouses open and the first homes ready for purchasers to move into this New year, work is now under way on the second release of homes of this exciting development.

Once complete, Hinchley Park will include a delightful public open space, complete with a children’s play area, while the mature trees which surround the development site on all sides are being left untouched.

Marie-Claire Travis, Regional Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey, says: “The vast majority of the former government office complex has been empty for years, however, our stunning new Hinchley Park development is now breathing new life into this site.

“With its beautifully designed homes, gorgeous landscaped areas and mature trees providing a picturesque backdrop, Hinchley Park is an investment in a bright future for this lovely area of Surrey.”

There has already been considerable interest in the range of stylish homes, including one-bedroom coach house from 269,995, spacious two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartments priced from £299,995, and three-bedroom houses from £449,995 – all of which are available to reserve right now.

While the first selection of four-bedroom homes has sold out, a new selection of larger homes is due to be released and potential purchasers are urged to register their interest now to avoid disappointment.

The second release of homes at the development will also feature a purpose-built nursery to make it an ideal location for young families.

But human home-buyers will not be the only residents enjoying life at Hinchley Park!

Taylor Wimpey has been carefully relocating a local population of bats which was discovered inside one of the disused office buildings, and has built two specially-designed “bat houses” next to one of the development’s green spaces to make sure the animals have a more comfortable place to roost.

As well as boasting its very own community of fascinating resident wildlife, Hinchley Wood offers the peace and tranquillity of a traditional village, but with everything for day-to-day living on the doorstep – from a post office and health clinic through to a continental bakery, a fine foods butcher and local farm shop.

The delightful town of Esher, just over a mile away, offers more than a dozen restaurants and a host of bars and caf├ęs, while excellent shopping can be found in nearby Kingston and Guildford.

Only 14 miles from London, northbound trains to Waterloo and southbound trains to Guildford can be caught at Hinchley Wood railway 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.

Also close at hand are plenty of places to enjoy the great outdoors, such as Weston Green, Giggs Hill Green, Littleworth Common in Esher, Telegraph Hill, Clayton and Surbiton Golf Club, which borders the development.

To find out more about the choice of homes now on sale at Hinchley Park, visit the Sales Centre, located on Poplar Road, Hinchley Wood, Esher, Surrey, KT6 5QN and open Friday to Wednesday from 11am to 6pm and Thursday from 11am to 8pm.

Alternatively, the Sales Executive can be contacted on 0845 026 5212.

Further information on Taylor Wimpey South West Thames developments across the region is available by calling 01372 385 800 or by visiting the website at www.taylorwimpey.co.uk