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Are you thinking about purchasing a property in North Cheam? Situated on the border between London and Surrey, this affluent area is popular with commuters and young families.
North Cheam is only around a 40 minute train journey from central London – but you wouldn’t know it. Historic buildings and cosy pubs give the area a village atmosphere, and the beautiful Nonsuch Park is a huge open space on your doorstep.
So, could North Cheam be the perfect place for you? Read on to find out.
North Cheam is well connected by local transport links. Cheam has its own station, from where you can travel to central London in around 40 minutes.
There is also a well-established bus service in the area, including services 213 (Sutton to Kingston), 151 (Wallington to Worcester Park), 93 (North Cheam to Putney Bridge) and the less frequent X26 express service between Heathrow Airport and Croydon.
Residents of North Cheam can, of course, head into central London where there’s a huge range of world class restaurants. However, there are also a number of restaurants in the area itself, including Mandarin Cuisine, a Chinese restaurant, Dragon Inn Chinese Restaurant, Palmera, an Indian restaurant, Nicky’s Restaurant, which serves Greek, French and English cuisine, and El Desperado, a Mexican grill and tequila bar.
There are plenty of opportunities for North Cheam residents to keep fit. Cheam Leisure Centre is located centrally and offers a gym, swimming pool, group exercise programme, sports hall and squash courts.
There’s also David Lloyd Leisure, which recently underwent a £675,000 overhaul and has a new gym, indoor and outdoor pools, spa facilities and kids facilities.
If the sun’s shining in North Cheam, there’s no excuse not to get out and enjoy it. The area boasts the impressive Nonsuch Park, a huge green space, which was once the location of a palace built by King Henry VIII.
Other parks and open spaces in the area include Cheam Park, which backs onto Nonsuch Park, Fairlands Park, Cuddington Recreation Ground, Hamilton Avenue Recreation Ground, Perretts Field and Seears Park.
If the weather takes a turn for the worst, there are several indoor attractions in Cheam and its surrounding areas. Whitehall is a historic timber framed property in Cheam Village, which dates back to around 1500. During the museum’s opening hours there are activities for children, including historical dress up and traditional toys.
Residents of North Cheam have plenty of choice when it comes to retail shopping, particularly along London Road. Just to the north of the area lies St Nicholas Shopping Centre, home to many of the big high street stores, such as Primark, New Look and Debenhams.
In North Cheam itself, there’s a mixture of high street and independent stores, including a Boots and a Carpet Right, as well as a few supermarkets, such as a Sainsbury’s and a Tesco Express for the essentials.
Residents can also enjoy a number of retail shops in Cheam Village, including a Superdrug and a sweet shop.
If you want entertaining, North Cheam and its surrounding areas have plenty to offer. Just to the South of Cheam in Epsom, you’ll find an Odeon Cinema and there’s also an Empire Cinema in neighbouring Sutton.
Residents can also choose from a range of theatres, including Secombe Theatre in Sutton, which shows a mixture of live theatre and music performances, Charles Cryer Theatre, also in Sutton, and Fairfield Halls in Croydon, which also hosts live comedy.
For the kids, there’s a Gymboree, which runs award winning sensory classes for 0-5 year olds.
Residents of North Cheam are well served by local amenities. Cheam Library is located on Church Road and offers free internet and WiFi access, a reader’s group and Scrabble and Bridge Clubs.
Cheam has two main carparks, one located conveniently for the shops on Kingsway Road, and one servicing the local library. There are also car parks in North Cheam for Sainsbury’s and Tesco’s customers, as well as some on-street parking.
Residents of North Cheam have access to a number of primary and secondary schools. Primary schools include St Cecilia's Catholic Primary School, which is rated as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED, Brookfield Primary School, rated as ‘Good’ and Cheam Park Farm Junior School, rated as ‘Good’.
To find out more about buying a property in North Cheam, call or visit the local Andrews branch.
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Cheam High School Chatsworth Road, Sutton SM3 8PW
Glenthorne High School Sutton Common Road, Sutton SM3 9PS
Sutton High School 55 Cheam Road, Sutton SM1 2AX
Nonsuch High School for Girls Ewell Road, Sutton SM3 8AB
Sutton Grammar School for Boys Manor Lane, Sutton SM1 4AS
Cheam Park Farm Infants' School Molesey Drive, Sutton SM3 9UU
Cheam Park Farm Junior School Kingston Avenue, Sutton SM3 9UE
St Cecilia's Catholic Primary School London Road, Sutton SM3 9DL
Cheam Fields Primary School Stoughton Avenue, Sutton SM3 8PQ
Brookfield Primary School Ridge Road, Sutton SM3 9LY
Fairlands Pre School Hopkins Hall, North Cheam SM3 9AB
Elmbrook Christian Nursery Elmbrook Chapel, Sutton SM1 2UE
Cherrywood Playgroup Red Cross Hall, North Cheam SM3 8JR
St Albans Pre School St Albans Church Hall, Sutton SM1 2HG
Acorn Nursery Playschool 27 Burleigh Road, Sutton SM3 9NE
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