Frith Park, Reside's breathtaking collection of luxury mews cottages, villas and apartments in the Surrey Hills at Walton on the Hill, has risen rapidly from its foundations this summer thanks to our teams of experts on site. 

Accessed via private gates and a sweeping tree-lined driveway, Frith Park is a breathtaking collection of 26 new two & three bedroom mews-style country cottages and four bedroom villas arranged in a courtyard setting, together with 11 two and three bedroom apartments behind the retained facade of the locally listed Mansion House and set amongst eight acres of idyllic parkland, formal gardens and ancient woods. 

Stable Mews, located within the original walled gardens, has 10 two and three bedroom country-cottage style homes with contemporary interiors. Redwood Terrace comprises the former service wing, and will be home to 4 three bedroom cottages designed to resemble the original staff quarters, with full height floor to ceiling arched windows at the rear to overlook the formal gardens and Surrey countryside beyond. 

A stunning collection of 12 three and four bedroom luxury villas are arranged in a courtyard setting, each with elevations complementing the other properties across the development. Open plan family rooms form a highlight of the homes, with full width bifold sliding doors to the rear to open up the garden space. 

In the mansion house and model farm courtyard, below ground blockwork, drainage and service ducts were placed with the innovative TETRiS flooring system used to ensure reduced environmental impact. TETRiS is an insulated floor product from Cellecta which uses significantly less concrete than standard systems, meaning lower CO2 emissions during transportation, and dramatically increases both thermal insulation efficiency and living comfort. You can see from the photographs that the underfloor heating was carefully installed, before erection of the timber framing.  

In Stable Mews, the framework and roof trusses were rapidly installed to enable completion of the roof by mid August. The internal works were initiated to high standard, with the windows fitted to the ground floor providing a glimpse of the final heritage luxury style. 

We'll add more site photos over the coming weeks, but in the meantime if you'd like to discover more about Frith Park online, take the interactive tour at