Live the Villa Life


Octagon’s Esher development, Wootton Place, comprises 7 large houses in a gated cul de sac off Esher Park Avenue, just a couple of minutes’ walk from the bustling High Street, with easy commuting to London.

A brand new lavishly decorated and furnished detached 5 bedroom show house recently launched for viewing has already been snapped up, but a new show house is already underway and will be open every day from 10.00 -16.00.

In this secluded development there are three substantial detached villas, all with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, which overlook a small lake, so are perfect for family living. The other four homes are generously sized 4 bedroom 4 bathroom semi detached houses, which have already been attracting local families and professional couples, as well as downsizers looking for larger than average townhouse properties.

All the homes have elegant brick exteriors with stone dressings, integral garages, off street parking and their own private fully landscaped rear gardens.

The villas have full basements with cinema rooms and the townhouses also provide intelligent living options, including stone-tiled terraces linking the garden level kitchen and family rooms to their private rear gardens.

All the Wootton Place properties feature Octagon’s high specification and stylish fittings. These include marble floor entrance halls and contemporary glass panelled staircases. The handcrafted kitchens come with sleek glass fronted units and a full range of Miele built-in appliances. There are bespoke fitted wardrobes with flexible storage in the bedrooms, and marble and porcelain stone tiled bathrooms, three of which are en-suite, all featuring classic white sanitaryware with chrome fittings and cleverly designed hidden storage behind mirrored wall panels and in walnut cabinetry under wash basins.

Price guide £2.75m – £4.25m. To view outside of opening times please phone the show house on 01372 460117 or call appointed agents Savills on 01372 461900.

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