On the southern edge of The London Boroughs, Sutton is a busy town with an extensive shopping centre and local facilities.
On the southern edge of The London Boroughs, Sutton is a busy town with an extensive shopping centre and local facilities. To the south of the borough, and referred to in one newspaper article as an area with the highest number of millionaires, South Cheam along with South Sutton form an exclusive area that lies between Cheam Village, Sutton town centre and the open spaces of the Metropolitan Green Belt. Cheam Village has varied local shopping and a choice of restaurants, the David Lloyd Sports centre and the historic Nonsuch Park, once home to King Henry XIIIs palace. Both Sutton and Cheam have fast rail services to London 20 minutes and 25 minutes respectively.
London 13 miles Epsom 5 miles Croydon 5 miles
M25 (Junction 8 Reigate) 8 miles A3 (Tolworth) 6 miles
Cheam Station to London Bridge, Victoria and Waterloo: 30 minutes
Sutton Station to London Bridge, Victoria and Waterloo: 25 minutes
Cheam and Sutton property? Mainly substantial detached houses, in South Cheam some back onto Banstead Downs or Cuddington golf courses. South Sutton also has a wide range of modern flats, town houses and apartments. Cheam Village and Sutton have a diverse mix of flats and houses to suit most needs.