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Charming Carshalton

November 20th 2014
By: Jon
Charming Carshalton

Carshalton Beeches is a leafy suburb which has many listed and historic buildings – including Honeywood Museum which is next to the two ponds in Carshalton and opposite the Grade II listed All Saints Church.  The Sutton Ecology Centre and annual Environmental Fair in Carshalton Park are representative of the variety of things on offer in the local area. Nearby Oaks Park is home to a golf course, indoor climbing wall and is also popular with dog walkers.

The local Lavender Fields are popular all year round and is an amazing sight during the summer before the lavender is harvested.

There are the essential shops in Carshalton Beeches itself –  a butcher, baker, newsagent, chemist and gift shops; as well as bigger shops in Carshalton High Street with cafes, gift boutiques and supermarkets. 

The local schools - primary schools, high schools, grammar schools and private schools are highly sought after and cater for all ages.

The surrounding area offers a choice of sports centre, including swimming pools at Westcroft Leisure Centre, local football, rugby, cricket and tennis clubs are popular with all ages.

Travel links to London can be made via train to London Victoria or St Pancras in just over half an hour, or other London stations via Clapham Junction.  Everything is within easy reach – road access to city and countryside is easy via the A3, A24, M23 and M25.  

-Lavender Point, Carshalton is a development of flats, with Help to Buy funding available on a number of them.  One bedroom flats are being launched at £177,500 and two bedrooms at £230,000. More details of this development can be found here

-Throwley Way in Sutton is home to a choice of one, two and three bedroom flats which will be available in May 2015.  They are within minutes of Sutton High Street which is perfect for all your shopping needs.  Direct trains to London Victoria, St Pancras and London Bridge rail stations are available from Sutton station. More details about Throwley Way can be found here.

- Park Hill in Carshalton Beeches will be the location for a pair of newly built semi detached houses.  With four bedrooms and a home office, these Arthur Wait homes are built to a high specification and will be ready in May 2015. To register your interest and find out more about Park Hill click here.