New Homes in Woking

Sitting in the South East of England, Woking is a large town in Surrey. Well within the London commuter belt, you can catch a train into the heart of the capital in just 25 minutes. Not far from Bagshot, Godalming and Waverley, you can get to places like Chichester and Southampton in around an hour if you want to spend the day enjoying the coast.

 

Whether you’re taking the kids on the rollercoasters of nearby Thorpe Park, visiting the Lightbox Museum, or enjoying a relaxing walk at Chestnut Pond; there’s loads to see and do. Don’t miss our developments near Woking below. 

Kilners Grange
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Kilners Grange

Grange Road, Tongham, FARNHAM, SURREY, GU10 1DJ

  • Coming soon
Bruneval Gardens

Bruneval Gardens

Pennefather's Road, Wellesley, Aldershot, GU11 4BT

  • 3 bedroom homes
  • £430,000 to £448,000
Montague Park

Montague Park

Ifould Crescent, Wokingham, WOKINGHAM, RG40 1LB

  • 1 and 2 bedroom homes
  • £231,000 to £289,000
Landmark Square

Landmark Square

Biscoe Way, Wokingham, WOKINGHAM, RG40 1BN

  • 2, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £344,000 to £799,000
Oakwood Grange

Oakwood Grange

Aspen Gardens, Hook, HOOK, HAMPSHIRE, RG27 9RB

  • 3 bedroom homes
  • £439,000 to £489,000
Cane Hill Park

Cane Hill Park

Brighton Road, Coulsdon, COULSDON, GREATER LONDON, CR5 3FP

  • 5 bedroom homes
  • From £792,995
Croft Gardens

Croft Gardens

Hyde End Road, Spencers Wood, READING, BERKSHIRE, RG7 1DG

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £450,000 to £695,000
Heritage Quarter

Heritage Quarter

Louisburg Avenue, Bordon, BORDON, HAMPSHIRE, GU35 0FW

  • 2 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £292,000 to £520,000
Spiers Meadow

Spiers Meadow

Carter Drive off Appleton Drive, Basingstoke, BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE, RG24 9RX

  • 3 bedroom homes
  • From £397,000
Gillies Meadow

Gillies Meadow

Condor Way, Basingstoke, BASINGSTOKE, HAMPSHIRE, RG24 9YA

  • 2 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £255,000 to £400,000
Causeway Park

Causeway Park

The Causeway, Petersfield, PETERSFIELD, HAMPSHIRE, GU31 4LL

  • 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £315,000 to £615,000
Wychwood Park-DWH

Wychwood Park-DWH

Rocky Lane, Haywards Heath, HAYWARDS HEATH, WEST SUSSEX, RH16 4RN

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £372,995 to £619,995

Living in Woking

From superb connections with London, to plenty of good schools and lots of green spaces to explore in the area, buying a new home in Woking can offer a wonderful new way of life. Even if you’ve lived in the town for many years, you could still make a great saving on your new home when you take up one of our latest offers, such as our popular Movemaker scheme. 

Things to see and do in Woking

Whether you’re exploring Brookwood Country Park, spotting wildlife at Fox Corner or enjoying a relaxing walk around Bolder Mere, Horsell Common and an array of local golf clubs also put the attractive scenery of the Woking area to great use. Thorpe Hay Meadow is a nice piece of grassland near the train station, while the Mayford Meadows are on the edge of town. 

Back in the centre the Lightbox is one of Woking’s most popular draws. You can learn about the history of the local area while browsing a selection of interesting exhibits, before turning up the pace a few notches with a trip to Thorpe Park. The fun-filled park’s rollercoasters, rides and other entertainment attractions are only seven miles north of Woking’s town centre. 

Education

There are plenty of good schools in the area for your kids, including Woking High School in the north west of town. If you live in the south west you could find yourself in the catchment area for Hoe Valley School. This is rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with St John the Baptist Catholic Comprehensive. At primary level, St Dunstan’s Catholic Primary is also in the education board’s top bracket, as well as Goldsworth Primary and Horsell Village School. 

Transport links in Woking

Woking has a good selection of local bus routes, while its train station is just off Oriental Road in the heart of town. Services to London Waterloo take less than half an hour, making Woking extremely popular for commuting to the capital. The town’s also only 13 miles from Heathrow Airport, and conveniently located for the M3 and M25 motorways. 

The Woking property market

It shouldn’t come as any surprise that Woking has much higher house prices than the national average - more than double, in fact. It’s still an affordable place to live in terms of its proximity to London though, giving you the chance to enjoy extra space both at home and in the surrounding area than more central spots. 

There’s a good selection of properties to suit a range of budgets in and around town, while you can also find some superb houses in places like Tongham which is next door to Aldershot and Farnham. Wherever you want to settle down, don’t miss the Government-backed Help to Buy scheme for some extra support, which is available to both new and existing homeowners.