A friendly and thriving town in the picturesque Surrey Hills
This town in leafy East Surrey is a place of two complimenting halves. On one side, you’re bordered by the ever expanding, exciting growth of London and on the other by the sanctuary of the Surrey Hills and the magic North Downs. The town centre is a thriving mix of independent shops, well known high street staples, restaurants and every service one could wish for. You can be exploring in the countryside within a matter of minutes, and it is very popular for commuting into London – you can arrive at London Bridge in 45 minutes…enough time for catching up on that episode you’ve been anticipating, or completing a couple of word searches. Sitting on Junction 6 of the M25, it really is well connected.
You're surrounded by beautiful scenery
Caterham has wonderful green spaces, notably Queens Park. It is home to sports teams, dog walkers, families and community events. Queen’s Park is found just off Church Road, near St Mary’s Church and St Lawrence’s Ancient Church. There’s a large playground for the little ones, tennis courts for those swotting up for Wimbledon and the highly social Caterham Bowls Club, which was founded in 1911. We dare you to go zorbing at GO Zorbing!
There are wonderful schools in the town, and it is well know for being the home of Caterham School – a leading independent, co-educational day and boarding school which is walkable!
- Closest village/town: Pretty Surrey villages are a short drive away
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: There's everything you'll need on your door step
- Supermarket: Waitrose is right by the station - how handy!
- Pubs: The Harrow is a cosy hill top pub with over 400 years of history!
- Walks: There's so much surrounding greenery