New show home launches at flagship development at Haslemere, one of Surrey's most desirable places to live

1 May 2024

Affluent Haslemere is one of the prettiest towns in the country and named one of the 'best places to live' in Surrey. Surrounded by amazing countryside nestled between the Surrey Hills and the South Downs, with great transport links to London and the south coast.

There's a vibrant community-minded vibe, and some great state and independent schools in the area, such as St. Bartholomew's C of E Primary, St. Ives and The Royal School, as well as Godalming College.

Haslemere boosts wonderful eateries and lively pubs that should delight all tastes, coupled with independent boutique and artisan shops and a farmer's market. The area is surrounded by wonderful National Trust countryside, including the quiet woodland retreats of Swan Barn Farm, a leisure centre and even a wine vineyard!

In April 2024, we launched our flagship Scotland Place, which was attended by over 40 visitors to catch a glimpse of our homes, designed with natural and stylish, Skandi-inspired decor.

Scotland Place interiors

Scotland Place comprises of traditional, high quality and energy efficient three to five-bedroom homes, set within a parkland and path that connects to the South Downs National Park. With impressive living spaces, including open-plan kitchen/diner and a 'bonus room', which offers flexibility to use the space to best suit your needs – whether that’s a playroom for young children, a home gym for fitness fanatics or a quiet library for the bookworm of the family.

All homes will feature cost saving utilities such as an air-source heat pump, superior levels of insulation and an EV charging point for premium levels of energy efficiency, and there will also be an electric cycle hub with five e-bikes available for residents’ use.

These sustainable measures within the home will help homeowners reduce their carbon footprint, as well as their bills. The Home Builders Federation (HBF), recently reported that new build homes on average save 55% in annual energy costs for a singular household, equating to £184 per month or £2,200 per year, as well as omitting 61% less carbon than an older house1.

Following the launch, Jack Biggerstaff of Elivia Homes commented:

“Following a successful launch event where three of our homes were reserved, we would encourage any interested house hunters to visit the site as soon as possible to get the pick of their preferred plot and join our growing community here.” 

For further information or to download the Scotland Place brochure, please click here.