Spotlight on Sutton

August 14th 2015
By: Mary.Wilkins
Spotlight on Sutton

The London Borough of Sutton has a unique feel and includes a number of ‘villages’. Belmont, Cheam and Carshalton which are often referred to locally as the ‘village’ and have high streets with newsagents, chemists, coffee shops and gift shops.  The borough also has its own theatres and libraries, as well as a number of historically listed buildings including Honeywood House, Whitehall and Little Holland House.

Education is excellent in the borough, with many schools rated by Ofsted as Outstanding.  There is a wide choice of Grammar, Comprehensive and Independent schools, with children flourishing throughout all ages and stages of their education.

With parks, open green spaces and sports clubs, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to health and fitness activities. 

Across the borough, there are plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes to enjoy socialising with friends and family of all ages.

Rail links to London are excellent from Sutton mainline station – to London Victoria in 34 minutes, as well as London Bridge in 46 minutes and London St Pancras in just over an hour.  Travel via the M23 and M25 are within easy reach, making commuting across the South of England and into London very popular.

Goodfellows have a number of properties for sale in the borough.  The site of the New Town public house is currently being redeveloped and work is commencing to build nine new apartments.  Situated near Manor Park and within easy walking distance of both Sutton and Carshalton, the properties will be popular with commuters.  To find out more, please call our Land and New Homes Department on 01372 745562.