Front Exterior
334.08 sq m
Guide price £2,100,000(62.040.317.268 ₫)

Southborough RoadSurbiton, Surrey, KT6 6JN

    Key features

    • Brand new luxury home by Beaufield Homes
    • Private cul-de-sac location
    • Ideal for Surbiton station
    • 3 metre ceiling heights to the ground floors
    • No onward chain

    Stunning new build family home built by the award winning developer Beaufield Homes Ltd

    About this property

    • Ideally located off one of Surbiton's most sought-after residential roads, just 1.1 miles from the River Thames and 0.8 miles from Surbiton train station, Danehurst is a remarkable new five-bedroom family home from award-winning developer Beaufield Homes. Nestling along a leafy, private lane at the heart of the Southborough Conservation Area, this exceptional detached property is inspired by the imposing residences that give the area such charm. Danehurst has been individually designed, over two floors and has stunning high ceilings.

      Danehurst offers an elegant formal living room and expansive kitchen dining room with 9ft high bi-folding doors leading to the garden providing more relaxed accommodation for the family. Most bedrooms have en-suite bath or shower rooms. Boasting a superlative specification that includes photovoltaic panels and car charging points and with secluded landscaped gardens, it offers a rare opportunity to enjoy the ultimate in modern family living.

      Designed as the heart of the home, where family and friends can relax, the kitchen has a large island unit where four can comfortably sit and features Miele appliances and stone work surfaces. For entertaining, the dining space can easily accommodate ten guests in style, with views out over the garden, with bi-fold doors extending the usable space out onto the terrace, to encourage an al fresco lifestyle. The home features a bright and airy day room. A fully fitted utility room keeps laundry out of sight.

      To the front of the house and featuring unique architectural detailing, the living room boasts elegant proportions, extra high ceilings and stone fireplaces, providing the perfect setting in which to entertain.

      With five spacious bedrooms Danehurst is ideal for growing families. In addition to an expansive master suite – the perfect refuge at the end of a busy day – some of the other bedrooms come with en-suite shower rooms, while all feature fitted wardrobes or dressing rooms.

      Individually planned, with thoughtful layouts and sophisticated décor, each of the five bathrooms, shower rooms and wcs are designed as the ultimate indulgence. Featuring Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware, Crosswater taps and showers with ceramic or porcelain tiles, all demonstrate the hallmarks of quality materials and exceptional attention to detail.

      Offering every contemporary convenience prerequisite in a 21st century home, the property boasts a state of-the-art specification that extends beyond sleek kitchens and sumptuous bathrooms. Seamlessly integrated within the fabric of the building, modern technology effortlessly elevates day-to-day living to the extraordinary, while the beautifully landscaped gardens are typical of the exceptional attention to detail that Beaufield Homes is renowned for.

      Danehurst's distinctive bays define the property's footprint, adding character to the living room and study/playroom at the front of the house. To the rear, both the kitchen/breakfast/dining room and day room overlook the garden.

      Of the five generous double bedrooms, the master and bedrooms 2 and 3 all have en suite bath or shower rooms. A fully fitted dressing room enhances the master suite, while the hexagonal bay in the second bedroom creates a delightful sitting area.

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      Internal images are from another Beaufield Homes development and are indicative only.

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    Edwardian grandeur meets 21st century specification. This stunning newly built home is located on one of Surbiton's most sought after roads.

    Tim RossProperty agent

    Local information

    • Just 11 miles from central London, with glorious parkland on the doorstep, Surbiton has been described as “one of the capital's best-kept secrets”. An agricultural village until the coming of the railways, it has since become a flourishing community with excellent local amenities.
    • Twenty minutes' walk from leafy Southborough Road, high street names such as Waitrose, Sainsbury's and M&S co-exist with a range of independent stores, while a mouth-watering range of local produce is available at the monthly farmers' market. Maple Road, the destination of choice for a night out or a unique shopping experience, hosts an eclectic range of boutiques, bistro-style cafés, bars and restaurants: favourites include the award winning French Table, the quirky Antelope or the popular 97. For more sophisticated diversions such as riverside restaurants, multi-screen cinemas and the critically acclaimed Rose Theatre, nearby Kingston upon- Thames boasts luxury high street names and superb department stores such as John Lewis and Bentalls, while Richmond-on-Thames and Esher are both within easy reach.
    • Sports and leisure facilities abound – Surbiton's hockey, tennis, football and croquet clubs are particularly esteemed – with superb golf courses at every turn: Surbiton and Hampton Court golf clubs are the closest to hand. For walking, riding and cycling, the magnificent Bushy Park and Hampton Court Park are on the doorstep, and of course, with the River Thames so close, rowing and sailing are de rigeur.
    • The choice of excellent schools for all ages is one of Surbiton's main attractions: Shrewsbury House and Surbiton High schools are both within a few minutes' drive, while Kingston offers additional options notably the highly regarded Tiffin Boys and Tiffin Girls schools as well as a highly regarded university.
    • Ease of commuting is also appreciated. Surbiton has fast trains to London Waterloo in 19 minutes and half-hour trains that stop at Clapham Junction for the change to London Victoria, and at Vauxhall for the Victoria line. Trains from Berrylands to London Waterloo also take about half an hour. Near the A3, the M3 is around six miles away, connecting with the M25. Heathrow is 15 miles away while Gatwick is 26 miles along the M23.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = B