Moors Nook

Horsell Moor, Woking, GU21 4NJ

Rental Price
from £1968 pcm

Minimum Age 60

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Development Features

  • Exclusively for over 60's
  • Short walk to Woking high street
  • 4 minute drive to Horsell Common
  • Communal lounge & social kitchen
  • Communal gardens
  • Guest suite available for friends & family to book
  • Parking on site

Development Description

Set on a tree-lined street near Horsell Common, Moor’s Nook is a charming new collection of 34 one and two bedroom apartments just a short walk from the historic town of Woking.

Award-winning architects Coffey, have designed the building with references to neighbouring Victorian properties and the architecture of the arts and crafts movement. The distinctively patterned brickwork of local listed building Moor Hatch has inspired the development’s high gables and handmade redbrick façade.

From a spot of gardening in the courtyard to summer evenings on the terrace, Moor’s Nook has spaces for socialising, relaxing and discovering creative pursuits.

Located on the first floor, the lounge has a fire and comfortable armchairs, while the adjoining terrace offers views over the central courtyard. Flowerbeds and inlets border the courtyard, offering opportunities to plant flowers of your choice or cultivate a herb or vegetable patch.

For a bite to eat and a chat with neighbours, head to the social kitchen, where a selection of local produce and artisanal goods are available at the larder.

Whenever friends and family wish to stay overnight, book them into the ground-floor guest suite. Located at reception, the Host deals with bookings and will be happy to help with any queries you may have.

Moments from Moor’s Nook, Horsell Common is an expansive area of heathland, grass and woodland, ideal for afternoon strolls and summer picnics. On the village high street, you’ll find a supermarket, local butcher and pharmacy, as well as a barber and the popular gastropub, The Red Lion. Other useful facilities include a nearby doctor’s surgery.

A fifteen-minute walk away, the medieval town of Woking is home to department stores, bakeries, fishmongers and a choice of restaurants, delis and wine bars. Find locally produced goods at the monthly farmers market and enjoy the exhibitions at The Lightbox, Woking’s award-winning arts space and café. The area is home to a number of renowned golf courses, including Wentworth and Sunningdale, while Woking’s recently refurbished leisure centre has a swimming pool and a gym, as well as badminton and squash courts

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