The picturesque village of Woldingham in Surrey is set high up on the North Downs in an area of outstanding natural beauty offering all the benefits of tranquil country life, yet being within just 30 minutes by train into London, and 4 miles from the M25, junction 6.
The sought after Woodlea primary school is located in the village alongside Woldingham School, a popular day and boarding school for girls set in grounds of 700 acres.
Woldingham is a highly desirable and delightful place to live not only for its idyllic setting and convenient location, but also for the community feel created by its local residents.
THINGS TO DO
Woldingham boasts all the ingredients of a traditional country village. It is surrounded by beautiful countryside, perfect for a leisurely stroll or a lengthier hike, with plenty of footpaths and trails to explore.
The village has a full itinerary of clubs, societies and activities. From the Woldingham Writing Club, the Woldingham Players amateur dramatics society to the badminton, cricket and tennis clubs.
You will also find a choice of Golf Clubs within easy reach. The nearest being Woldingham Golf Club, nestled in the serenity of the Halliloo Valley which is just north of Woldingham village.
The Village Hall hosts a variety of events throughout the year, from the annual Pantomime to The Woldingham and District Horticultural Society’s Spring, Summer and Autumn shows.
SHOPS & EATERIES
In the centre of Woldingham village you will find The Crescent which is home to a select group of shops including a Village store. The convenience of larger supermarket Sainsbury can be found just over 2 miles away in neighbouring Warlingham.
For over 100 years Woldingham has had its own Village Club. The club is inclusive and belongs to all residents of Woldingham. It is great social place to pop for a drink or something to eat. They host regular events and live music throughout the year.
Woldingham village is home to 2 churches. St. Agatha’s, which is one of the smallest churches in the country and only seats 40 people at best, and standing at the entrance of the village, St. Paul’s Church, built in 1933 to accommodate the growing parish.
When Woldingham’s train station began operating in 1884, a wealthy geologist Mr William Gilford recognised the development potential to the area and purchased the entire parish. The simple road infrastructure he designed, following old field track, is still in use today and his vision of a complete high-class village with large plots continues to serve the village well.
Situated within the centre of Woldingham Village, this 3/4 bedroom, 1930's semi detached property benefits from a brand new roof as well as a downstairs bedroom which could be opened up to create a large kitchen/breakfast room if required. Homeleigh...
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Hidden snugly off of Station Road behind a well screened hedge, in the scenic village of Woldingham, this expansive detached bungalow boasts a gross internal area just shy of 1,730 ft². Dating back to 1962, the property’s characteristics render it...
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