Our Dorking office is situated in a busy High Street position opposite the White Horse Hotel and adjacent to the main Post Office. Our spacious office deals with residential sales, lettings and new homes and a warm welcome is open to all.
On the sales side, Partner James Cargin heads up the residential sales and Jane Westbrook manages the lettings department. James is assisted by Senior Negotiators Sue Dacre & Paul Carey and Negotiator Kate MacDougall. In the lettings Department, Jane is assisted by Lettings Negotiator, Alex Pritchard.
The office covers an extensive area which encompasses Dorking town centre and the surrounding villages of Westcott, Abinger, Holmbury St Mary, Peaslake, Gomshall and Shere to the west, North and South Holmwood, Beare Green, Newdigate, Capel, Ockley, Forest Green, Oakwood Hill and Wallis Wood to the south, Brockham, Betchworth, Buckland and Leigh going east and finally Westhumble, Ranmore, Box Hill and Mickleham to the north.
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 Gatwick and Heathrow. The M25 can be accessed at Junctions 8 & 9 which in turn provide 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, the town also boasts five super markets with Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Tesco Metro and Lidl all now firmly established. 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 also plays host to one of the UK's most famous vineyards. Denbies Wine Estate is the largest vineyard in England and has a long and rich history. Denbies has become a real force to be reckoned with in English winemaking in the last few years winning numerous awards. In 2010 their Chalk Ridge Rose achieved global success by winning Gold at the International Wine Challenge. The still, rose wine came first of 367 entries from 21 countries.
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 area is now famously associated with cycling, both on road and off. 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, Box Hill, Ranmore, Polesden Lacey and Headley Heath all close at hand. The town forms part of the Mole Valley district and is predominantly residential with offices and light industry making up the commercial sector.