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Halsey Meadows is an elegant development of just nine 2, 3 and 4 bedroom high specification homes in a quiet cul-de-sac, within walking distance of Bramley’s charming high street.
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Independent shops line the High Street, a mixture of the practical and the picturesque. You can shop for food and flowers, call in at the post office, hairdresser or chemist, browse in the art gallery and antique shop – even buy a classic car. There’s also a library, family butcher, fish and chip shop and tea shop. Bramley’s two pubs are The Jolly Farmer and The Wheatsheaf. Both serve home cooked seasonal food, good ale and wine, and host numerous events that bring the community together.
Pretty villages and hamlets such as Abinger Hammer and Friday Street are scattered amongst natural attractions like Leith Hill, Shere Woodlands and Chinthurst Hill. Grand houses and estates include Loseley Park, Clandon and Hatchlands Park, while Wisley, Birdworld and Winkworth Arboretum bring nature up close.
Walkers and cyclists will be delighted to find that the 37-mile Downs Link passes through Bramley. It follows the route of a disused railway, so it is mainly flat, with plenty of pubs and cafés along the way.
Closer to home at Halsey Meadows, Bramley Golf Club offers a challenging 18-hole course and superb views of the Surrey Hills.
Shoppers head to the High Street, North Street or The Friary, for an enticing mix of international brands and independent businesses; as well as a weekly market in North Street. Guildford also provides an excellent choice of restaurants, from fine dining to casual eateries.
Nightlife and culture thrives; the city has a coveted Purple Flag award for the quality and safety of its streets. Venues include the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, G Live, The Electric Theatre and an Odeon multiplex.
Bramley C of E Infant and Nursery, Tillingbourne Junior, St Edmund’s Catholic Primary, Boxgrove Primary, Wonersh and Shamley Green Primary and Broadwater School are all Ofsted rated ‘Good’ while Chilworth C of E Infants achieves 'Outstanding’.
Independent schools attaining the ISI Excellent grade include St Catherine’s, Longacre and Guildford High School.
Guildford train station offers direct connections to London Waterloo while Shalford station, just 5 minutes drive away, provides services to Reading and, via Guildford, to Gatwick Airport.
Bramley is on the A281, a direct route to Guildford. The A3 can be accessed via the B3000, while the M25 junction 10 is approximately 12 miles away. There are also frequent bus services in the area, running to Guildford, Cranleigh, Wonersh and Shamley Green.
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