**OPEN DAY - 27th July 12pm - 3pm** Knights Yard is a development of six unique apartments formed from this landmark Grade II listed building.
Knights Yard is a development of six unique apartments formed from this landmark Grade II listed building and located in the very heart of Reigate. These impressive apartments combine the traditional architecture of this magnificent building with every attribute and convenience required for 21st Century living. Behind this landmark façade lie breath taking interiors, designed to the very highest specification and finish.
Reigate's bustling town centre offers an impressive range of shops and services. A flourishing market town in the best tradition of English rural communities, the picturesque streets have a delightfully modern, cosmopolitan feel. Offering the ultimate in retail therapy, up-market independent boutiques rub shoulders with popular high-street stores, while traditional butchers and well-stocked delicatessens specialise in mouth-watering local produce.
Historic inns, cosy tea-shops and traditional pubs stand alongside chic bistros and sophisticated bars and restaurants. In addition to familiar chains, La Barbe, Buenos Aires Argentinian Steak House and Giggling Squid Thai Restaurant are perennial favourites. For delicious lunches, The Vintage Tea House, The Chalk Hills Bakery and Cullendars get great reviews.
Knights Yard is blessed with an array of natural beauty right on its doorstep and all within walking distance from the development. To the north you have access to the majestic Colley Hill and the rest of the North Downs Way. The beautiful Reigate Heath is situated a few minutes walk away and is a
Site of Special Scientific Interest, here you will also find the established Reigate Heath Golf Club.
Just a stroll along Bell Street is the historic and beautiful Priory Park hosting a range of activites for all ages; including tennis courts and a fabulous childrens playground. The Pavilion cafe situated in Priory Park is the first building in the UK to be designed by award winning French architect Dominique Perrault.