There are many things that entice buyers to move into Cheam Village. Part of its appeal has to be its location as it sits on the cusp of London as well as bordering onto Surrey, giving it an enviable mix of town and country.
Its high street is lined with mock Tudor facades, which house a wonderful selection of desirable high street chains as well as good array of independent stores and coffee shops. Nestled in between the reproduction buildings is the Cloud Nine Boutique which is situated in a 17th Century half-timbered building.
Cheam Village has a good selection of very highly reputed schools including Nonsuch High School, as well as Wallington High (girls), Sutton Grammar, Wallington County Grammar and Wilson’s (boys), plus local primaries Cuddington Croft, Cheam Park Farm and St Dunstan’s C of E. Which makes it a very desirable town for the family buyer as well as the commuter as it offers an easy 30 minutes train journey to Victoria Station and around an hour to London Bridge.
The average asking price for a flat is £296,728, semi-detached properties sell for around £466,000 and terraced properties averaged at £403,989.
If you are considering a move to Cheam Village why not pop into Goodfellows Cheam Village for the latest properties available to rent and buy in this wonderful village or call the Goodfellows Cheam Village team on 020 8643 5252.