New Homes in Woking
Sitting in in the of England, Woking is large town within the commuter belt. Just over 10 miles from , you can get into in 25 minutes by train, while houses in Woking are around an hour’s drive from charming south coast spots like and .
With a great location close to the Surrey Hills and its wonderful walks, local attractions also include the Lightbox museum, Thorpe Park and Chestnut Pond. Scroll down and start exploring our latest developments closest to Woking today.
Live the Woking lifeWhether you’ve lived in the area your whole life or you’re looking for a little more space outside London while retaining excellent links to the capital, there’s so much to look forward to when you buy a new home in Woking. The good things keep on coming when you take advantage of offers such as our Movemaker scheme, where we help arrange the sale of your current home and eliminate your agents’ fees along the way.
Things to see and do in Woking
The Lightbox is one of the town centre’s best attractions, where you can see interesting exhibitions and learn about the local area’s history. Thorpe Hay Meadow is a lovely six-hectare grassland close to the train station, and you’ll find open spaces like Horsell Common and Mayford Meadows on the edge of town.
From walks around Bolder Mere and wildlife spotting at Fox Corner to afternoons exploring Brookwood Country Park, there are lots of beautiful outdoor spots to visit close to town. When you want to change the pace a little, the action-packed Thorpe Park with its thrilling rollercoasters is only seven miles north.
Woking has a good selection of schools to choose between, with options for younger children including St Dunstan’s Catholic Primary. With a large catchment area that covers most of town, it’s rated as outstanding by Ofsted. Goldsworth Primary also benefits from this rating in the west of town, along with Horsell Village School, which caters for kids aged four to seven.
At secondary level, St John the Baptist Catholic Comprehensive is an outstanding choice in the south of town, with its catchment area covering the whole of Woking and parts of the surrounding region. Woking High School in the north west of town is classed as good by Ofsted, while residents in the south west could qualify for the outstanding Hoe Valley School.
Woking transport links
Woking’s council has been working with the county council in recent years to try and promote sustainable transport, which has included the promotion of walking and cycling, as well as improvements in accessing public transport.
You can travel around the local area with an array of bus services, or you can use the train to reach London in less than half an hour. Woking is just outside the M25 boundary, while the M3 and A3 also pass fairly close to town.
The Woking property scene
Woking’s popularity as a commuter town is a major reason behind its thriving property market, with average prices much higher than the UK average. This is a great area to buy a new home in, and you can do just that a short drive away in Chertsey.
Whether you’re after a 1 bedroom home perfect for young professionals and first-time buyers or a large 4 bed house ideal for growing families, don’t miss out on offers like our Part Exchange scheme and the Government’s Help to Buy. These could give your deposit the extra boost it needs to get your house purchase over the line.
Help to Buy Woking
In Woking you can take advantage of Help to Buy South East if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South East page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.