Wraymead Place, Wray Park Road, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 0EF
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Wraymead Place was completed in 1988 and consists of 39 flats in two distinct buildings with lifts set back from Wray Park Road. The development is set in attractive gardens and grounds and most first and second floor flats have balconies. Ground floor properties have private patios and each flat has a video entry system.
There is a resident scheme manager and emergency alarm system in all properties. There is parking to the front of the development and within the inner courtyard. There is residents' lounge, a private walled communal garden with summer house, and a therapy room.
Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, video entryphone system, residents drawing room, therapy room and guest suite. Parking is to the front and within the development. There is a summer house in the walled garden.
Reigate is a popular Surrey market town with a good range of traditional high street shops including specialist food shops, boutiques, supermarket, chemist, inns and restaurants. Redhill nearby has more comprehensive shopping facilities and theatres in the area include the Harlequin at Redhill, the Thorndike Theatre in Leatherhead, the Dorking Halls and the Playhouse Theatre in Epsom.
Wraymead Place has been designed to provide independent living with the assistance of a resident scheme manager to take care of day-to-day management issues at the development. The service costs cover the management service and each resident contributes quarterly, assessed according to the size of the individual apartment. Information on service costs can be provided by Grange Management. For further information please contact the scheme manager, on 01737 222394 or Grange Management Tel: 01483 411770.If you want to call the management company direct call 01483 411770, or if you want to contact the development direct, call
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