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Living in and around Morden

Despite its close proximity to London, you don’t have to look far to find some hidden pockets of green space and countryside and understand why people are choosing this area to live.

The area is home to a thriving multi-cultural community and celebrates the community spirit at numerous events during the year.  The Bait’ul Futuh Mosque is the largest Mosque in Western Europe and covers 5.2 acres of land.

Morden has a thriving high street and is also home to the Civic Centre and Library.

Public transport

It is close to Morden South railway and Morden Underground station. As people look for somewhere to move out of London they regularly choose Morden and the surrounding areas.  Morden has it all when it comes to transport links to London.  With buses, underground, trams and trains, as well as good road links, there’s every option available.


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

Local amenities

One of the many attractions of Morden is Morden Hall Park – a National Trust park which covers 125 acres – its main entrance is only a quarter of a mile from the Tube station.  Left to the National Trust by Gilliat Edward Hatfeild, it is a tranquil space of meadows and running water and is a haven for wildlife, having originally been a deer park.  Many of the estate buildings are used by local craftspeople and artisans as workshops.  There’s a café, second hand bookshop and a living green centre as well.