Dillon Court, SM2

Prices from £82,500 to £247,500

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Only ONE 2-bedroom apartment remaining, located on the 2nd floor and available from a 25% or 75% share.


All apartments at Dillon Court have been designed with a modern specification including fully fitted kitchens with Bosch appliances and emergency pull-cord system. All homes are designed to be energy efficient ensuring all our homeowners with the comfort and conveniences of owning a brand-new home. Located a short 8-minute bus ride away from Sutton town centre which holds a thriving high street with the St Nicolas Centre shopping mall and an Empire Cinema, Dillon Court is positioned perfectly to allow our homeowners to enjoy the facilities of this sought-after town. However, if you would prefer a quiet afternoon at home Dillon Court provides a communal lounge and roof terrace. Just 3 miles away, the St Helier Hospital is located with a 24-hour A&E department and comprehensive diagnostic facilities.

Dillon Court is also well located with excellent train and road connections, making local, domestic and international travel effortless. With both Sutton and Belmont train stations located less than a mile from Dillon Court, travelling by train is a great option. Fast services will have you at London Victoria in just over half an hour and at London St Pancras in less than 45 minutes. The locale is also very well-served by buses, with over 20 routes in the nearby area, going as far as Wimbledon, Croydon, Epsom and Victoria, and there are three routes on Brighton Road itself.

For motorists, it's only a 15-minute drive from Brighton Road to the M25, or ten minutes to the A24 which goes north to South West London (from where Central London is easily accessible) and south to the seaside town of Worthing.

International travellers can choose between Gatwick, which is half an hour's drive away or an hour by train, and Heathrow, which is approximately a 45-minute drive or an hour and a half by train.

Leisure

Hampton Court, one of the most splendid palaces in England, is just over ten miles away. With its decadent buildings, beautiful formal gardens, and a constantly changing programme of events, it’s worth visiting again and again. To watch the best jockeys and horses in their prime, Epsom Downs racecourse is less than a 15 minute drive away – its world-famous Ladies Day and Derby Day are firm fixtures of the summer social calendar. Within half an hour, you can be at Claremont Landscape Gardens, where Queen Victoria is said to have spent the happiest days of her childhood. Home to a scenic lake and a variety of wildlife, it’s the perfect place to take a leisurely stroll and relax. For a piece of history on your doorstep, Nonsuch Park is less than three miles away. Beginning its life as a hunting lodge for Henry VIII, it is now a very popular public park – and its cafĂ© sells delicious homemade cakes! Golfers can take advantage of the three lovely courses in the area: Banstead Downs, The Oaks and Woodcote Park; all welcome visitors.

Shopping

Sutton High Street, one of the most popular shopping centres in the Greater London area, is less than a 10 minute drive away. Home to big brands as well as independent retailers, you’ll always be able to find what you’re looking for, whether it’s for you or your house. It’s also the location of the St Nicholas Centre, where you can purchase everything from homeware to a haircut to even a holiday! For fans of department stores, there’s a Debenhams, and the large Marks & Spencer can always be trusted to come up with the goods, whether you’re after clothes or cream cakes. For everyday essentials and grocery shopping, you can take your pick: within a mile, there’s a Sainsbury’s Local, a Tesco Express, and a Co-op. Whilst for larger food shops, there are Tesco Extra, Asda, and Morrisons supermarkets to choose from, as well as Lidl and Aldi. Foodies will enjoy Wallington Farmers’ Market and Sutton Farmers’ and Artisan Market, where local producers sell everything from seasonal fruit to sausages. There’s also a monthly pop-up market on Sutton High Street, where stallholders offer up a variety of goods, including street food and crafts.

Transport

Dillon Court is well located with some excellent train and road connections, making local, domestic and international travel effortless. With both Sutton and Belmont train stations located less than a mile from Dillon Court, travelling by train is a great option. Fast services will have you at London Victoria in just over half an hour and at London St Pancras in less than 45 minutes. The locale is also very well-served by buses, with over 20 routes in the nearby area, going as far as Wimbledon, Croydon, Epsom and Victoria, and there are three routes on Brighton Road itself. For motorists, it’s only a 15 minute drive from Brighton Road to the M25, or ten minutes to the A24 which goes north to South West London (from where Central London is easily accessible) and south to the seaside town of Worthing. International travellers can choose between Gatwick, which is half an hour’s drive away or an hour by train, and Heathrow, which is approximately a 45 minute drive or an hour and a half by train.