Past Developments // Windsor Place, Harestone Hill, Caterham

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Situated amongst Surrey's scenic countryside, Caterham is a town that sits conveniently in a location that is ideal for both those in demand of the nearby city and those who require the restfulness of natural beauty right on their doorsteps.

Following the town's industrial expansion during the Victorian age, Caterham developed a longstanding military history as it hosted barracks on the hill that were a depot for the foot guards regiment. This base was later closed in the 1990s and the site then leant itself to further housing development within the town. The town is also home of the world renowed Caterham Cars, who in 2007 celebrated 50 years of producing their famous vehicles.

Caterham offers its residents the option of good rail connections to London Bridge, London Victoria and Charing Cross station (a mere 19.9 miles) as it lies on the southern terminus of the Caterham Line. It also branches from the London to Brighton main line at East Grinstead, thus offering easy access to the coast too. Approximately 2 miles from Junction 6 of the M25, Caterham is then around 14 miles from Gatwick airport (approximately 20 minutes drive away), 32 miles from London City and under 37 miles from Heathrow.

Church Walk Shopping Centre with its proximity to the centre of town and relatively small size, provides a manageable local source of popular stores including Waitrose.

Sports teams based in the immediate area include the long established Old Caterhamians Rugby Football Club, which serves a dual purpose as it also shares its facilities with Caterham Cricket Club. The nearby village of Chaldon is also home to the Surrey National Golf Club which is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and the highly acclaimed North Downs Golf Club can be found of the southern edge of close-by Woldingham village.

The arts on the other hand are focussed upon in the heart of town at The Miller Centre, a theatre and community centre that puts on regular non-professional shows and films as well as hosting a number of clubs and community groups. For local history, the small East Surrey Museum in Caterham houses a collection of interesting data on this subject.

Amongst this array of opportunities for residents in the area, Caterham offers just as much to young professionals as it does to families through to the elderly. Windsor Place situated on Harestone Hill is perfectly located for these benefits to be enjoyed by its own residents being only a short walk to the centre of this attractive little town.

A block of 10 apartments consisting of 1 and 2 bedrooms.

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