Connecting city and country lifestyles, this unique and exclusive development offers a range of beautiful homes, from 2 bedroom apartments to spacious detached 6 bedroom family houses.
Alongside 115 new-build, there will be 10 carefully restored, refurbished and converted homes from existing Listed buildings, including a red-brick Grade II Listed mansion, original lodges, and a coach house, which will be converted into 6 luxury apartments.
Finished to Octagon’s customary excellent standard, each home will be fitted with high specification fittings, including bespoke kitchens and contemporary bathrooms. High-tech fittings include RAKO mood lighting controls, automated garage doors and underfloor heating throughout.
The local amenities and West Byfleet train station are less than 1 mile, with a regular train service to London Waterloo from just 28 minutes. Broadoaks Park offers a blend of heritage and modernity to create a one-of-a-kind community.
Guide Prices in phase one for apartments and houses range from £625,000 – £1,850,000.
Broadoaks Park, Parvis Road, West Byfleet, Surrey KT14 6LY
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Following the official launch on Saturday 14th September, an impressive 8 homes in the first phase were reserved at Broadoaks Park, Octagon Development’s new flagship site in West Byfleet.
Attended by over 350 guests, the reserved properties include Listed 2-bedroom apartments through to new build family houses, reflecting the high demand for the full range of homes at the brand-new development.
Tim Banks, CEO of Octagon Developments, comments: “We were thrilled with the number of people who joined us for the official launch of Broadoaks Park at the weekend, which has already lead to an impressive number of reservations.
“As well as interest in the luxury family houses Octagon are well-known for across Surrey, we were delighted with the reception of the sub-£1m homes, bringing our brand to a whole new mix of buyers. Our initial reservations have come from young families and couples through to local downsizers, indicative of the diverse community looking to make Broadoaks Park their home.”
The 25 acre site and historic buildings date back as far as 1876, when Ernest Seth-Smith built Broadoaks Mansion on the site. Descending from a long distinguished line of Scottish architects responsible for building large areas of Belgravia, from Eaton Square to Wilton Crescent, Broadoaks was designed as the ultimate country retreat. The surrounding lodges and summer houses were since added over the following 40 years, bringing further gravitas and character to the mansion.
Within walking distance, West Byfleet town centre has a Waitrose, and local independent cafes and restaurants, whilst the Basingstoke Canal and Wey Navigation provide picturesque walks.
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