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Croudace Homes - Tadorne, KT20

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Tadorne, Tadworth, Surrey

Tadorne is situated in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and rolling countryside of the North Downs. This select development of 2 and 3 bedroom homes is located in Tadworth, on the outskirts of Epsom.

For specifications relating to the style of homes at Tadorne, please refer to our brochure. The brochure is downloadable from individual listings for Tadorne once launched; alternatively please speak with one of our Sales Consultants for further information.

Leisure

A large suburban village, Tadworth epitomises a traditional British village landscape. Local amenities are close at hand; including a butcher, fishmonger, baker and greengrocer, post office, dentist and optician. A selection of lively pub eateries surround the local cricket ground. Traces of history are visible throughout Tadworth. An Iron Age enclosure can be found to the north of the village, which is believed to have been constructed between 400 - 100 BC. The North Downs is home to Pilgrims’ Way, an ancient track totalling 153 miles in length that allows intrepid adventurers to follow in the footsteps of Pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Just a short walk away, the brand new Tadworth Leisure and Community Centre provides local residents with a 25m swimming pool, gym, sports hall, five-a-side football pitches and a crèche. As part of the redevelopment, nearby Preston Park features a childrens playground, a multi-purpose games area and open spaces. The village of Tadworth also features dedicated walking and cycle routes. ASDA and Waitrose supermarkets can be found close by. Department stores and shopping centres are located in Reigate, Epsom, Kingston-upon-Thames and Guildford, all within easy reach. Jubilee Gardens, which offers a natural play area, and Banstead Common, which offers miles of walking, horse-riding and cycling paths are also a short drive away. For fans of horse racing, Epsom Racecourse borders the village.

Education

This new community boasts a selection of primary and secondary schools within easy reach. Tadworth Primary School, Epsom Downs Primary School and Walton-on-the-Hill Primary School are all under 2 miles away and have recently been judged as ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ respectively by Ofsted. Secondary schools include the renowned Epsom College, and the ‘outstanding’ Glyn School, both of which are within a 5 mile radius.

Shopping

Reigate, 14 minutes away from Tadworth by car, hosts an excellent range of shops, from designer shops to jewellers, to suit all tastes. The historic Reigate Castle, where legend says that the Magna Carta was fabricated in the caves beneath, is located in the centre of the town. Away from the famous Epsom Racecourse, Epsom town centre is bustling with independent shops and high street retailers, including Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, House of Fraser and a number of fashionable restaurants. Epsom Salts were discovered in the town in the 1600s.

Transport

Residents are spoilt for choice when it comes to rail transport, as Epsom Train Station is only 4 miles away, offering journey times to London Victoria and Guildford in less than 30 minutes. There are two train stations within the town; Tadworth and Tattenham Corner, where the British monarch alights from the British Royal Train when attending the Derby. Both stations are in Oyster Card Zone 6 and are on the direct line to London Bridge. Tadworth is well connected to the South East, with the A24 being just 3.9 miles away and the M25 (Junction 8) just 5.4 miles away. The historic towns of Leatherhead and Epsom are less than 20 minutes away by car, whilst bus services provide transport to local towns and villages such as Redhill and Crawley. Gatwick Airport is just 23 minutes away, with Heathrow a little further afield, taking 37 minutes by car.

Directions

From the M25 Leave the M25 at junction 8 and join the A217 towards Sutton. Remain on the A217 over three roundabouts, at the Burgh Heath junction turn left onto the A240 towards Kingston. At the next traffic lights turn left onto the B221, Great Tattenhams. Take the third left onto Merland Road. Turn left just after the leisure centre where you will find us situated. By Train Tattenham Corner is the nearest railway station. We are a 19 minute walk from the station.