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Village Gardens

Ewell Village, KT17 1XX

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Situated down a tree-lined private road is a unique collection of bungalows

Village Gardens consists of a number of individual retirement bungalows in a low-rise development set amongst quiet residential roads in Ewell. With plenty of greenery and off street parking, this secluded development offers peace and tranquillity to those looking for it.

The local amenities of Ewell high street are around the corner, and the development also benefits from a resident manager, guest-suite and a residents’ laundry.

A beautiful collection of bungalows in the heart of Ewell Village

Key Development Info

  • Over 55’s Retirement Development
  • Laundry facilities
  • Wonderful communal gardens
  • Vibrant, friendly community
  • Resident and guest parking
  • A collection of Bungalows

For anyone looking for an independent living retirement development located only moments from local amenities, this would be a sensible choice.

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