Moving To Cheam: A Quick Guide

The charming village of Cheam can be found in the equally charming London borough of Sutton… which means it’s within easy reach of central London and lots of other local towns, so absolutely perfect for anyone who wants city living and countryside appeal.


Here, you’ll find unrivalled public transport links and you can hit London in as little as 40 minutes if you travel by train, which makes it absolutely perfect for anyone keen to commute into the city. The bus service is equally reliable, so you’ll be able to get about very easily indeed.


Of course, one of the biggest draws that brings people flocking to Cheam is that there’s a huge amount of outdoor space, right on your very doorstep.


There are parks galore, including Fairlands Park, Cheam Park, Perretts Field and Seears Park… and, of course, there’s Nonsuch Park, which was built way back in 1538 by Henry VIII to serve as a hunting lodge for Hampton Court.


The village itself is divided into two main areas - Cheam Village and North Cheam. The historic village centre is certainly delightful and, in fact, you may well even recognise it even if you haven’t visited yet, as the streets of Cheam are often featured on TV, in all sorts of different series.


For families, Cheam is a great option to consider, as there’s an excellent selection of schools in the local area, from primary to senior school and sixth form. But there’s also a large range of different property types to choose from, including apartments, semi-detached and detached homes and far larger residences, as well.


Foodies are also well catered for, with a plethora of pubs and restaurants to be found in the area, and it’s an excellent choice for anyone keen on a spot of golf, with both Cuddington and Banstead Downs golf courses within easy reach.


Of course, this is a tiny snapshot of what life could be like if you decide to move to Cheam. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch with us today if you’re currently looking for a Sutton estate agents.

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