Moving to Sutton
Are you moving to Sutton? Now on the periphery of London, the town of Sutton actually dates back to the Domesday Book, though local Roman ruins show the area to have been settled considerably earlier. Sutton and the villages that surround it – Cheam, Wallington, Carshalton and Beddington – lie in an area that is a geographical sandwich, so to speak, with the chalk of the North Downs to the south, the narrow strip of the Thanet sands in the centre and London clay to the north. It was the clear water afforded by the sands that attracted early settlers to the area, while the whole region’s proximity to London assured its continued development over the following centuries.
Complete the form below and you will receive our in-depth Moving to Sutton report. This report covers the points below as well as many others:
• The best areas to live
• The good schools
• The average monthly rental prices
• The excellent public transport system in the city
Please complete the form below to request access to the Moving to Sutton Report