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Cheam maintains its village feel with mock Tudor buildings and shops fronts, local pubs and village activities.
Surrounded by leafy spacious parks which house Nonsuch palace, it is popular as a wedding venue. Nonsuch Park has a café which is popular with dog walkers and families as well as fitness enthusiasts. The village itself is full of restaurants, high end supermarkets and boutique gift shops.
Cheam maintains a strong sense of community through events like the annual Charter Fair and Christmas shopping evening, as well as the Cheam Village fair in May which takes place in Cheam Park.
Travel links to London can be made via train to London Victoria in 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.
The local schools - primary schools, high schools, grammar schools and private schools are highly sought after and cater for all ages.
Cheam has its own library, next to St Dunstan’s church and The Lumley Chapel which is the oldest building in the borough of Sutton.
Sports clubs and facilities are plentiful – cricket, rugby, football and tennis clubs as well as gyms and swimming pools. For a different activity, you could try Cheam Croquet & Bowls Club which is based in Cheam Park.
The close proximity to the famous Epsom Downs and the racecourse make this village a spectacular part of Surrey.