Oak Tree Court is an age specific development, recently built, set amongst the residential roads of Addlestone. Despite being on a lovely quiet road, Oak Tree Court is only a short walk from local shops, library and amenities including a recently built shopping centre. Within walking distance to bus stop and 0.6 miles from the train station. The development additionally benefits from resident and guest parking, an on-site Manager, a guest suite, residents` lounge, laundry room and large private gardens. Situated in the Surrey borough of Runnymede, Addlestone offers a suburban lifestyle and is well served by public transport with regular bus services to Kingston and Chertsey. Addlestone town centre has undergone a major regeneration project, Addlestone One. Costing £92 million the mixed-use scheme houses a hotel, cinema, gym and a variety of restaurants and retail units, one of which being Waitrose. As well as this exciting new development the high street includes, amongst others; Tesco Extra supermarket, Costa Coffee, Lloyds Pharmacy, high street banks and a post office. The Eileen Tozer Centre, a day care centre offering a variety of activities such as keep fit, bingo, knitting and quizzes to name but a few, is equally just off the high street. For those looking for nearby green spaces in addition to the already impressive development grounds on offer, Victory Park is a beautiful green space popular with dog walkers and families and is 0.4 miles away on foot. The park has a children`s play area as well as tennis courts and well-maintained greens. Addlestone Bowling Club is also situated within the park.Things to Know
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