Mead Court is located in Addlestone on the border of Weybridge, opposite Woburn Park and 0.5 miles from town centre. Built in 2005 and comprising 31 one and two bedroom apartments set over 3 floors all with lift access, the development also offers unallocated parking with rights for guests and family. Residents additionally benefit from the use of the garden with a seating area, communal lounge, kitchen and laundry. There is a guest suite and the site is accessible by wheelchair. The local area: 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 is a day care centre offering a variety of activities such as keep fit, bingo, knitting and quizzes to name but a few. " Ashtead`s transport links include the A24 that runs through it and up to Epsom, local bus services and a train line that provides services into London and down to the south coast.Things to Know
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