With just a half hour commute to Victoria and London Bridge, it is no surprise that the London Borough of Sutton is increasing in popularity. Wide open green spaces, no less than five grammar schools close by and London’s sixth busiest shopping district has really put Sutton on the map.
With a high street that stretches for more than a mile and property that is arguably more competitively priced than many other London boroughs, Sutton is a sought- after location for both families and commuters who want a little more property for their money.
With large detached houses on offer in Belmont Village and on the Cheam road, as well as plenty of purpose built and conversion flats and apartments, the borough has something for everyone. Grove Avenue even has a small selection of Art Deco houses and flats. The borough also boasts a garden suburb which was created by Thomas Wall before the First World War.
New developments are also popping up. One such mixed use scheme is Sutton Point located near Sutton station which will offer both flats and a hotel complex. The old Gas Works site has also been redeveloped and for those seeking commercial property in Sutton there are several new shop and rental units that are available for let.
Warehouses and offices to rent in Sutton do become available but it recommended that a commercial property agent is used to source these commercial opportunities in the borough.