Buyers looking for a home on Surrey’s Exclusive Country Estate should move quickly – the final phase at Broadoaks Park in West Byfleet has now launched, with limited houses and apartments available to purchase.

The modern parkland estate by Octagon comprises 126 homes, 10 of which are within Grade II listed buildings. The first collection of homes launching in Phase 5 offers just seven properties – one of which is already reserved – in a classical white render, including two-bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom houses.

Main Entrance to Broadoaks Park

Tim Banks, Octagon CEO comments; “We launched the first phase of Broadoaks Park in 2019, and while the homes remain timeless thanks to their superb high quality finish and classical architecture, it is important to continue to review and refresh, to ensure we are offering our clients the very best in modern day living.

“Our in-house Interiors team has worked closely with our architects and designers to bring forward an updated specification for the kitchens and bathrooms, which, coupled with the striking white exterior, will no doubt appeal to discerning clients.”

Designed and built by the luxury developer’s in-house team of experts, the 25 acre development offers a range of apartments, terraced houses and detached homes, all set amongst luscious landscaping in the heart of Surrey. Designed with community living in mind, work on the new childrens’ playground has also begun.

New homes are sympathetically designed to complement the 19th Century architecture of the Grade II listed Broadoaks Mansion, where extensive restoration work is currently underway to transform the historical building into two super-sized unique family homes. The surrounding listed Coach House and Lodges have already been converted into contemporary homes and have all sold, with new Octagon clients having moved in.

New Broadoaks Park resident Linda, bought a Grade II listed Lodge House on the parkland estate. She comments; “Octagon are well known for their high-end quality homes in this part of the South East and they absolutely lived up to that reputation and more.  We fell in love with the house, then we fell in love with the service. Octagon have really, really impressed us.”

Homes are built to Octagon’s high standards, with sustainability at the heart of design. Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR) systems – using an air-to-air heat exchanger to recover heat that is usually wasted – and Photovoltaic Panels are installed, lowering the development’s carbon footprint and allowing homes to generate some of their own energy, providing a 19% improvement in energy compliance and ultimately reducing bills. EV charging points, or the provision to easily install one, are standard with every home.

Liz Alexander, Octagon’s Head of Planning, has recently submitted a planning application to refine some of the details of the development. She explains;We have recently submitted an application to tweak and enhance the current architectural plans for the final phases – this is not to add more homes to Broadoaks Park. It’s important to continually refresh and revise our designs to ensure we are delivering the very best homes we can.” 

Prices for Phase 5 start from £750,000 for apartments, and £1,050,000 for houses. A select number of 6 bed detached houses are also available, with prices starting from £1,900,000.