Location - The Woodlarks



A wonderfully picturesque spot in Surrey Heath, Bagshot is best known for its one-time role as a staging post on the Great South West Road stretching between London and Southampton. In fact, a number of authentic coaching inns still attest to this history today.



Bagshot blends the best of everything for those lucky enough to call it home.

It’s hard to imagine a more idyllic place to live, flanked as it is by many acres of green space, a combination of landscaped and natural woodlands offering endless opportunity for leisure pursuits including many marked bike trails or you can Go Ape for a different treetop perspective.

Fitness fans will enjoy knowing there are gyms, sports centres and swimming pools nearby, including a David Lloyd Club. Ascot Racecourse is less than ten minutes away as are a range of golf courses including the world-class Sunningdale, with stunning views of the rolling Surrey countryside.


There’s lots to do at The Lexicon shopping centre, with ice skating, bowling, and a cinema plus the very best in women’s fashion and men’ clothing.

Bagshot village has an array of modern amenities including a choice of shops and restaurants including the Michelin-starred Latymer. Of course staying in is just as easy, a large Waitrose, M&S and Cooperative Food store will satisfy even the most ambitious chef’s shopping list.

A range of outstanding first and middle school options are well placed to welcome your children and the strong sense of community in the village provides a sense of ownership and belonging.

Bagshot is just the right scale to offer everything you need.


Accessible by rail and road and with enviable airport links, Bagshot has always been well connected

Life at The Woodlarks allows you to dispense with the car and simply walk into the heart of the village to enjoy all the cornerstones of a happy routine – gym, cafes, shops and restaurants.


When the bright lights of London beckon, Bagshot Station is walkable from The Woodlarks and is your gateway to London Waterloo where you will arrive by rail in 70 minutes. It’s around 29 miles by car if you want to explore the capital’s world-renowned museums and galleries in your own timeframe. If you are driving, The Woodlarks itself is perfectly placed for the M3 with Junction 3 letting you hit the road in minutes.

With excellent road links to Richmond and Reading among other destinations, a vast array of shopping, dining, and entertainment options are easily within reach. Ample guest parking is available at The Woodlarks and private driveways have been allocated to each home, the five-bedroom properties also have lockable garages.

* Map is indicative and not to scale.