24th March 2020


Company Updates   |   Coombelands Gardens Addlestone

Coombelands Gardens, our brand new development of 40 contemporary properties in Addlestone, Surrey, is now 40% reserved off plan from our first release!

The development will be home to a mixture of spacious two, three and four bedroom homes in a peaceful green setting, echoing the utopian history of the site as a model village for workers at a giant print factory.

The rich history of the Coombelands Gardens site paints a picture of the changing nature of industry and work over recent centuries. Originally agricultural land, owned and worked by a yeoman family, the estate was bought in 1765 by naval architect Captain John Bentinck MP. He had Ongar Hill House built as his home and then in later years, the estate passed through various hands until it was bought by the print magnate Percival E Jones in the 1920s. Jones owned three print works in Birmingham and one in London and bought the Surrey estate with a vision to combine his enterprises into a single factory with a model village and leisure facilities provided for his workers. The spirit of Jones’ vision remains in the high-quality yet modestly priced new homes that have now been created on the last undeveloped part of the old Coombelands estate.

The new homes will have features such as decorative weatherboarding, landscaped front gardens and generous rear gardens and each home will benefit from a private garage and a contemporary fitted kitchen with integrated appliances.

The area around Addlestone was popular with commuters as long ago as 1838, when nearby Weybridge station first opened, followed by Addlestone station 10 years later. It made it possible for the first time to have a spacious home in Surrey and work in central London – a situation that is likely to be the same today for many buyers at Coombelands Gardens.

Today’s commuters have two easy options. The nearest station, Addlestone, is a nine-minute drive away and offers trains to London Waterloo in 52 minutes. Alternatively, driving directly to Weybridge station takes around 15 minutes and reduces the rail journey to just 35 minutes. Motoring is easy too, with the M25 less than three miles away.

Contact our selling agents Seymours today to find out more about this fabulous new development, selling fast off plan.


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