Works Progress at Broadoaks Park


Ranging from new build apartments and terraced houses, to stunningly refurbished and converted homes, including a Grade II Listed Mansion House, original lodges, and coach house – our exclusive Surrey development remains in demand.

As we head into the autumn and winter months, work is rapidly progressing, with over 100 new residents now moved in at Broadoaks Park. Work is underway on the Grade II Listed Mansion House, which commands an impressive presence within the development. Dating back to 1876 and designed by Ernest Seth-Smith, a member of a long-distinguished line of Scottish architects known for building areas of Belgravia, the Mansion House is the jewel in the crown at Broadoaks Park. Despite its various alterations throughout the years, many of the original Mansion House features and architectural detailing can still be seen to this day.

Our specialist in-house team are undertaking extensive restoration to return this outstanding home to its former glory, and convert it into two unique and expansive, grand family homes, due to  complete in early 2025. These five and six-bedroom homes will offer open plan living spaces and intricate original features as well as beautiful, landscaped gardens, with every aspect meticulously designed to be in-keeping with the intensive historical architecture.

As well as the restoration of the Mansion House, work on the new build homes are also progressing, with new residents moving in each month.

The latest release of homes includes a two bedroom apartment and Plot 5, the last remaining new build six bedroom detached house available to buy at Broadoaks Park.

Octagon Group CEO, Tim Banks comments, “We are delighted with the response that our flagship site, Broadoaks Park, has received and the community that has formed here as a result. The Octagon team are hard at work to renovate the beautiful Mansion House in a way that reflects its fascinating and far-reaching heritage. Protecting and enhancing a building like this takes patience and a team of expert craftsmen to deliver – it has been fantastic to witness, and it has been great to see such an important feature of this community advance.”

As a welcome to new residents, we recently hosted a residents’ picnic on the green in July – the perfect opportunity for family and friends to come together to enjoy an afternoon of food, drink, and socialising. Later in the summer, we unveiled the ‘Little Residents’ Gallery’, a selection of spectacular artworks created by Broadoaks’ youngest residents during the residents’ picnic. On display behind the new playground, located at the heart of the development, the gallery showcases the fantastic artistry by the community of children living at Broadoaks Park.

The latest collection of houses and two bedroom apartments are now available with Guide Prices from £750,000.

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