Exquisite new homes coming soon to Pirbright
Morton Place in Pirbright showcases 9 stunning new homes set in a private gated development.
Surrey at its
Morton Place in Pirbright showcases 9 stunning new homes. Offering detached and semi-detached houses with two, three and four bedrooms, this new development brings a collection of attractive buildings to this popular Surrey village.
An oak framed barn with framing by Carpenter Oak, a splendid brick and stone manor arranged as a pair of semi-detached homes, an elegant Georgian three bedroom house and five beautiful cottages all work in harmony to create an articulate design that appears to have evolved over the centuries.
The development at Morton Place is named after one of Pirbright’s most illustrious past residents, the Victorian explorer Henry Morton Stanley, who lived in the village for many years and is buried at Pirbright’s pretty church. The explorer theme also provided the inspiration for naming the house types at Morton Place, where we are proud to celebrate the adventurous spirit of these brave men and women of a bygone era.
Morton Place by distinguished developer Hawksmoor Homes offers something special; the opportunity to secure a luxury home in a magnificent gated development of just nine houses. Set amidst 5 acres of paddocks overlooking fields and private woodland, in one of Surrey’s most desirable villages.
The feeling of space is bountiful both in and out of the houses. Generous private gardens are set in spacious green belt surroundings and an onsite wildlife meadow with meandering path is perfect for a gentle stroll. Open plan kitchens with generous dining and family areas are complimented by sumptuous master bedrooms and luxuriously appointed en suites. Morton Place truly offers the discerning home buyer a level of specification and finish normally reserved for the grandest of new homes.
A HIDDEN GEM IN THE HEART OF SURREY
Nestled in the south-east of England, Surrey is a diverse, charming place to live, whether you’re looking for a long walk in the rolling countryside, dining in a traditional bistro pub, splashing out in a flourishing high street, indulging in a slice of cake from your local tea room or discovering exciting adventures.