Dorking is located in the heart of the Surrey Hills and ticks every box in terms of providing quality of life, with its superb transport links, superior schools, breath-taking views and wide-ranging amenities.
Dorking town centre which offers a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational amenities, with facilities for the commuter from one of three railway stations. Dorking also has a flagship Waitrose store, excellent sports centre and The Dorking Hall regularly hosts cultural events.
Nestled within the Surrey Hills, classed as an area of outstanding natural beauty, the general area is famous for its stunning countryside including ‘The Nower’, Ranmore Common and Box Hill (National Trust) – ideal for the walking and riding enthusiast, plus Denbies Wine Estate (England’s largest vineyard) situated on the northern outskirts of Dorking.
Seymours opened in Dorking in January 2016, the 16th in the network. Directors David Driscoll and Jamie Hynes bring over 30 years experience selling homes throughout the many towns and picturesque villages of the Surrey Hills.
At Seymours Dorking we deal with properties of all sizes, from the town centre to the many beautiful surrounding villages.
David, who has lived in the area for over 30 years, says “We are committed to providing an excellent level of service. Living in Brockham with a young family I know exactly why the Dorking area is such a wonderful place to live and aim to get that across to anyone looking to buy in the area.”
If you are thinking of selling a property and looking for an Estate Agents in Dorking, or are looking to buy a new home, in a community you can call home, contact Seymours Dorking today.
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Charlotte Hoad( Google Places 06/12/2023 )
Seymours recently helped me sell my flat and I am so pleased that I chose them. The entire team are the perfect balance of personable and professional, and when things became less straight forward with my sale, their enthusiasm to find a new buyer and get things over the line was invaluable. A big thank you to Emma, David and Robbie and the rest of the Seymours team.
Andrew Davis( Google Places 05/12/2023 )
The Seymour’s team have been amazing!! They are extremely personable and professional with a can do attitude!! I would absolutely recommend them to anyone considering selling their house!! Great job, thank you very much Seymours
Liz Gaywood( Google Places 01/12/2023 )
Great experience with Seymours. Both professional and approachable I had all the confidence in David and he didn’t let us down. I highly recommend using them.
Lauren P( Google Places 21/11/2023 )
Robbie and the rest of the team were super from valuation to sale. Supportive and knowledgeable, would recommend to friends and will definitely use their services again in the future
Edward Sylvester( Google Places 10/11/2023 )
Great service from David and the team especially with tricky market conditions, good communication and very knowledgeable, I would definitely recommend
Dorking is a sought-after area for its proximity to London and has superb transport links, with three train stations: Dorking West station, Dorking mainline and Deepdene.
Dorking provides commuters with fast transportation into London stations in around an hour, with the quickest journey into London Waterloo during peak times taking 51 minutes. As most of the trains originate at Dorking Main Station, you are usually guaranteed to get a seat.
From Dorking station to Leatherhead (7 mins), Epsom (13-16 mins), Horsham (22 mins), London Victoria (1 hour) and Waterloo (5156 mins); from Dorking West or Deepdene stations to Guildford (16-25 mins) and Gatwick airport (2428 mins). Driving: 10 or 15 mins to the M25 if the traffic’s kind, 30 mins to Gatwick and Guildford.
The M25 is accessed seven miles north equidistant via the A24 to Leatherhead Junction 9 or the A25 to Reigate Junction 8 offering direct access to Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.
Dorking and the surrounding areas have a number of outstanding school options.
The town benefits from a very good choice of schools including The Ashcombe and The Priory at secondary level and St Pauls and St Martins at primary level.
With the number of outstanding schools available, you are guaranteed to secure an excellent education for your children.
Dorking proves incredibly popular for a number of reasons. Commuting outside of the area is extremely accessible and the town has a selection of supermarkets, a number of fine takeaways, a wine shop, butchers as well as many other options, including Michelin star restaurant, Sorrel.
The local area is truly blessed with the Surrey Hills, with various National Trust Sites including Leith Hill and Box Hill, as well as the outstanding Denbies Vineyard.
One of the beauties of Dorking is that, whatever you cannot find on your doorstep is available within a very short drive – what more could you ask for?