The Dorking office is prominently situated in the heart of Dorking and offers friendly expert advice on all aspects of residential sales, lettings and other property related matters in Dorking and the surrounding villages.
Nigel Gibbons FNAEA (Partner), James Cargin FNAEA (Associate Partner), David Baillie (Senior Negotiator) and Sue Dacre (Negotiator) combine to offer a wealth of local knowledge and experience with over 65 years of working in Estate Agency in the local area between them together with an enthusiastic and professional approach. Dorking Lettings and in the surrounding villages are dealt with by Jane Westbrook (Lettings Manager) and Karen Smith (Lettings Negotiator) who will be pleased to assist both landords and tenants alike.
Dorking is a thriving market town within easy reach of London (23 miles) yet surrounded by acres of unspoilt countryside. The town has excellent road and rail networks (London Waterloo 46 minutes) and easy access to the international airports of London Gatwick and London Heathrow. The M25 London Orbital network can be accessed at Junction 9 which in turn provides access to the United Kingdom motorway network.
The High Street and South Street provide shops in a traditional setting interspersed with restaurants and public houses whilst a modern shopping centre at St Martins Walk complements this perfectly. For antiques and collectables West Street is a reknowned centre with interesting shops attracting buyers from far and wide. For leisure and recreation the Dorking Halls provide an extensive programme of events including variety shows, concerts, fairs and exhibitions, it also has its own cinema. Dorking swimming and fitness centre provides opportunities for swimming, squash, fitness training and tennis.
Dorking lies at the centre of the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty and the countryside can be quickly reached by car or on foot. The town is overlooked by the North Downs and the greensand hills with Leith Hill at nearly 1,000 feet high afford outstanding views on a fine day stretching to the south coast. The town forms part of the Mole Valley district and is predominantly residential with offices and light industry making up the commercial sector.