More than two million people across the country now cycle at least once a week, an all-time high according to British Cycling, the sport’s governing body in the UK. Ideal for those, with a keen interest in cycling and spending time outdoors, luxury property developer, Millwood Designer Homes, has created a beautiful new development, Little Logmore. Located on the edge of the historic market town of Dorking, Little Logmore is surrounded by the picturesque Surrey Hills including Box Hill which was part of the 2012 London Olympic route.
Located in beautiful Surrey, Little Logmore is an exciting development of five houses comprising a mix of 3 three bedroom terraced homes and 2 three bedroom semi-detached homes. Perfectly located for keen cyclists and all families who enjoy keeping fit and active, there are many cycle paths and off road routes in the area, as well as an abundance of family friendly outdoor activities such a nature trails, horse riding, golf and even fishing.
All five homes have been designed and built sympathetically in keeping with the architectural style of the surrounding area and enhanced by using local materials. Each property offers open plan living and dining areas at the rear of the house, with bi-fold doors opening into stylish garden rooms. The kitchens are fully equipped with integrated appliances, such as an electric oven, combi microwave oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. On the first floor, the large master bedroom features a contemporary white en-suite bathroom with chrome fittings. A family bathroom and two bedrooms are also located on this floor. The homes include access to car parking facilities, either a private garage or car barn.
Philip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes, comments: “At Millwood, we aim to improve peoples’ quality of life and not just the quality of their homes. We are passionate about creating developments that compliment their countryside surroundings. There are a selection of five properties available at Little Logmore, so potential purchasers should register their interest as soon as possible.”
As well as the beautiful walking routes on the doorstep, Dorking and the nearby area of Box Hill offer a wide range of outdoor activities. Suitable for riders of all abilities, the Box Hill cycling route is a great way to experience the countryside of the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Partly owned and managed by the National Trust, Box Hill is approximately 4 miles from Little Logmore and overlooks the River Mole. Bents Brook, a tributary leading away from the River Mole, can be found nearby, curling itself around the North, East and South boundaries of Little Logmore. A cycling sculpture was installed at the Denbies roundabout in Dorking after the London 2012 Olympic cycle races passed through Box Hill.
Dorking town centre is a short 2.9 miles from the development, and approximately an eight minute drive. The area has a lot to offer lovers of the great outdoors, but Dorking is also a town that can entertain and enlighten its residents with arts, culture, and leisure opportunities equally. As well as independent arts and crafts shops, boutiques and eclectic antique shops, there are plenty of High Street and designer brands on offer. For those looking for activities to raise the pulse, Dorking Sports Centre is just 1.5 miles from the homes, for residents to make use of the gym and swimming pool complex.
Along with the benefit of Dorking’s many amenities, for those needing to travel or commute, there are excellent rail links to London and the surrounding areas. Dorking Deepdene station is just under 2 miles from Little Logmore and has direct trains to London Victoria in 55 minutes. Alternatively, Dorking mainline station has trains to London Waterloo in 51 minutes. Frequent bus services also offer numerous routes in and around Dorking, while Gatwick is only 10 miles away making worldwide travel easy.
Guide prices at Little Logmore start from £570,000.