Why move to Dorking?
With a range of amenities and a wealth of countryside on the doorstep, Dorking truly offers the best of both town and country living.
In addition to Dorking town centre, the team offer property for sale and to rent in the nearby villages.
Architecture and Property
While there is a good mix of property styles and ages, considering the local growth that occurred as a result of the direct rail line to London built in the mid 1800s it will come as no surprise that many of Dorking’s properties are Victorian and Edwardian, helping to lend the town a traditional charm and character that sets it apart.
There are also a wealth of historic houses nearby such as the Edwardian Polesdon Lacey and Hatchlands Park, thought to date back to Tudor times, both of which are owned and maintained by the National Trust.
Nestled amidst the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Dorking is well situated for those wishing to explore swathes of stunning open countryside. National Trust run Box Hill and the Nower nature reserve both offer an excellent range of walking and cycling routes, whilst Cotmandene to the east of the town centre offers 12-acres of common land. Also nearby is Denbies, England’s largest vineyard.