With the new year in full swing, the Octagon team are feeling refreshed and ready for the final stretch of works underway at Broadoaks Park. The rapid progression of the parkland site means only a small number of homes are still under construction and available to purchase, with a fantastic community now thriving.

Comprising 126 homes – a mix of Grade II Listed conversions and new build homes, the exclusive development is now 85% sold, with just a limited number of two-to-six-bedroom homes remaining.

Set in 25 acres, with vast areas of communal green spaces, community living is at the core of the development – from the picturesque ‘village green’ to communal lawns and a children’s LEAP play area.

The Octagon team are delighted to announce that this year will see the launch of the Grade II Listed Mansion House, a significant landmark within the development. Thanks to the extensive expertise of our in-house team, the historic building, dating back to 1876, will house two expansive five and six-bedroom homes, retaining and meticulously restoring as much of its 19th-century charm as possible. The team are working to preserve original features, while modernising to offer open-plan living spaces and high-quality specification, seamlessly blending classic and contemporary design.

Tim Banks, CEO of The Octagon Group comments, “The Octagon team is looking forward to revealing the Mansion House, a remarkable project that has generated significant interest and enthusiasm among both the public and Broadoaks Park residents.”

There’s plenty more on the doorstep for residents at Broadoaks Park – the development’s proximity to West Byfleet provides a range of amenities, including artisan bakeries, fine dining restaurants, and cosy pubs nearby. The Basingstoke Canal and Wey Navigation offer picturesque walks, while the redevelopment of nearby Sheer House promises an attractive pedestrianized square with boutique shops.

Meanwhile, city commuters benefit from West Byfleet’s fast rail service to London Waterloo in just 28 minutes, while road users enjoy close access to the A3 and M25. The combination of efficient transport links and the development’s location enhances Broadoaks Park’s appeal for both city professionals and those seeking a suburban haven.

Guide Prices for the final homes at Broadoaks Park start from £750,000 for a two-bedroom apartment and houses up to £2,200,000. The Sales Suite is open Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm.