WELLS MEWS, Midhurst

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Wells Mews, Lamberts Lane, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 9FY

An exciting development of seventeen 2 and 3 bedroom houses in the historic market town of Midhurst in West Sussex

STAMP DUTY PAID*   |  LAST HOME REMAINING PRICED AT £525,000   |  READY FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION   |  HELP TO BUY AVAILABLE*

For further information please telephone 01730 812916 or email info@oakfordhomes.co.uk

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With just eleven properties available, Wells Mews quite simply offers the opportunity to purchase a truly individual new home, in one of the country’s most revered locations. Seeing really is believing.


Midhurst is literally midst it all.

Between the capital and the coast, the city and the country, and at the heart of the South Downs National Park, a charming historic town amidst the most English of settings, pursuits and pastimes. 


Walk, run, cycle, sail or…just watch, and take a step back from the hustle and bustle of modern life.

Whether strolling the South Downs or the coast of the Witterings, Midhurst affords a wonderful outdoor lifestyle. Polo at Cowdray or racing at Goodwood, the high life of West Sussex is on your doorstep. Charming market towns, independent shops and delectable restaurants abound, with London easily commutable by rail – should you have the inclination!

No less than the Sunday Times named Midhurst one of Britain’s ‘best places to live’ in 2016.

Not surprising, when you consider this small town of just five thousand inhabitants boasts a thriving range of independent shops, cafés and delicatessens within its hundred-or-so listed buildings (some dating as far back as the fifteenth century). 

Furthermore, the annual MADhurst (Music, Arts and Drama) Festival, plus prestigious polo fixtures such as the Jaeger-LeCoultre Gold Cup at Cowdray Park add to the vibrancy of the town. Also, access to the M25, direct rail services to Waterloo, taking an hour from neighbouring Haslemere and Liphook stations, make this town with a village-feel most commutable. Excellent state schools, including Midhurst C of E Primary and Midhurst Rother College, as well as independent options at Seaford College and The Royal School in Haslemere, makes the town popular with families. After all, who’s to argue with the Sunday Times?


Think Cowdray, think polo.
As the home of British polo, Cowdray Park is synonymous with the game, with matches played every week from April through to September. But, the estate of 16,500 acres also boasts the beautiful Cowdray Park Golf Club, a charming farm shop and café, as well as stunning walks for summer days, or crisp, frosty mornings. In short, this estate, with historic royal connections, represents an illustrious neighbour.