At Broadoaks Park, you'll discover an oasis of tranquillity and a sense of space that's hard to find in London. From the carefully designed homes to the expansive landscaped grounds, everything has been thoughtfully crafted to provide the ultimate in relaxed, refined living.
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Thrive amongst friends
Imagine summer afternoons spent picnicking on the green, or meeting up with friends and neighbours at the playground or one of many community-inspired events. Then again, how about a quiet evening stroll of the landscaped grounds, or an impromptu escape into the Surrey Hills to explore over 160 square miles of outstanding natural beauty? Everything is within easy reach.
The Finest Materials
Octagon have an unrivalled reputation for creating classical homes using the finest contemporary materials – and the interiors are no exception.
Homes at Broadoaks Park feature the highest standard of finishes, with high quality appliances, sanitaryware and specification throughout, as befitting the Octagon brand.
Bespoke kitchens house lacquer finished cabinets with quartz work surface, a full range of integrated appliances and boiling water hot tap, whilst the impressive bathrooms include white sanitaryware by Villeroy & Boch, finished with polished chrome fittings.
High-tech additions include whole house ventilation, RAKO mood lighting controls, automated garage doors and underfloor heating.
A place in history
Descending from a long-distinguished line of Scottish architects and property developers responsible for building large areas of Belgravia, from Eaton Square to Wilton Crescent, Ernest Seth-Smith designed Broadoaks Mansion and grounds as the ultimate country retreat in 1876, for his elder brother Charles Edward, close to the family home at Silvermere.
The mansion was substantially extended between 1905-06 by the wealthy industrialist, Sir Charles Tennant, and many more alterations have been made over the years. However, it is the form of the original 1876 mansion house, which can still be seen to this day, that is set to be carefully restored to its former glory by Octagon’s specialist in-house team.