Albury Mill, which lies by the River Tillingbourne in the village of Albury in Surrey is being sympathetically converted by Latchmere Properties into four loft style apartments and one house, all awash with style. The three bedroom apartments are in the converted former mill, and the four storey miller’s house has been restored to create a large four bedroom home with open plan living space and new orangery making up part of the kitchen, which looks out over the mill race and pond.
The developer is also building two riverside houses, which will have a far more contemporary look from the outside. One will have four bedrooms and the other, which is a two storey new house linked to a small 14 square feet period building by a bridge, will have three bedrooms and a glass double storey atrium. Cars can be parked on one side of the stream and there will be a footbridge leading to each building.
The village has a range of good amenities with a post office, general store, village hall and pub and there is good access to London: Albury is only three miles from the A3 and eight miles from the M25. Prices range from £499,950 to £1.25 million. For more information, please contact Clarke Gammon Wellers, 01483 202016, or log onto www.clarkegammon.co.uk.