Elmbridge Road, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8UT
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Price and availability correct as of 24/06/2021 at 22:59. A management fee may apply, this is plot specific. All details should be checked with our sales team and confirmed with solicitors. Energy ratings are estimates based upon the predicted energy assessment from the SAP calculations at the design stage.
Cranleigh Grange is well served by local buses, and National Cycle Route 223, which has an access point beside the development, provides access to the village centre as well as to Guildford and the south coast. Cranleigh is just over half an hour’s drive from the M25, and fast trains from Guildford, 20 minutes’ drive away, reach London Waterloo in 40 minutes. Alternative services between the south coast and London Victoria stop at Horsham, around half an hour’s drive away. Some Victoria trains also call at Gatwick Airport, just 20 minutes from Horsham.
Cranleigh is peppered with picturesque features and delightful open spaces including the Common, just yards from the development. Sports fields around the village centre host the annual Cranleigh Games, while Snoxhall Park includes a superb children’s playground. There are several local sports clubs, and endless opportunities for enjoying the surrounding woodlands and countryside. For the more adventurous rambler, Cranleigh Grange is just two miles from the Surrey Hills AONB, which is also the setting of Cranleigh Golf and Country Club.
As befits the ‘largest village in England’, an outstanding selection of shops is interspersed with picturesque pubs, cafés and restaurants. In addition to a convenience store a few yards away there are, within around half a mile, Sainsbury’s, Co-op and M&S Food stores, a butcher, a fishmonger, newsagents, pharmacies and a wide range of specialists from interiors and furnishing to bike and computer dealers, hairdressers and travel agents. Notcutts garden centre, with its pet centre, restaurant and beautiful plant displays, is just a ten-minute stroll away, and Cranleigh is also home to one of the country’s oldest independent department stores, David Mann’s, still one of Surrey’s most popular retailers.
The village supports a wide choice of activities and attractions, all within around ten minutes’ walk of the development. The Arts Centre presents an eclectic, varied programme of film screenings, community theatre and workshops, as well as exhibitions and touring music and comedy shows. Cranleigh Leisure Centre offers swimming pools, a gym, squash and tennis courts and a sauna.
The village’s large Medical Practice, dental surgery and schools are within easy walking distance of the development. Cranleigh C of E Primary and St Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary schools are both rated as ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. The local secondary, Glebelands School, is also rated ‘Good’, and the independent Cranleigh School sits on the northern edge of the village.
When it comes to getting the details right, we're committed to quality throughout. We only work with high-quality brands, for example Symphony for kitchens, Porcelanosa for ceramic tiles and Ideal Standard for sanitary-ware.
From sleek, designer kitchens to cool, contemporary bathrooms, down to the fine details of tiles and taps, there's plenty to fire your imagination and suggest a whole range of possibilities for you to create a unique living environment.
Please note: Specification choices are dependent on build stage at the time of reservation.
What our customers have to say...
This is our first owned property and we can’t wait to decorate and put our own stamp on it later this year.
We have already purchased new furniture, fitted wardrobes and installed plantation shutters. The private driveway, with an outside electrical socket, was a big pull – we now have an electric car to do our little bit for the environment.
We love the layout of the house with the kitchen-diner looking out over a south-facing garden and bay window in the lounge. It’s a house we can grow into over the years.
Moving to Cranleigh means we have more space but can still keep commuting to a minimum for us both – although at the moment the extra space is really coming in handy with working remotely, it will offer the perfect balance for flexible working going forward. The village has a real sense of community, so it is a good place to start a family and we have recently got a puppy called Max, he loves exploring the local area.
The whole buying process was simple and straightforward.
Our plan was to buy in 2020 but the incentives got us over the line last year. All the Miller Homes staff we worked with have been excellent, kept us informed and updated the My Miller Home app with the latest pictures as the build progressed.