Home of Beddington Park', an important archaeological site where the River Wandle flows through. Carew Manor' is in Beddington Park and was originally the home of the Carew family. This once medieval moated house today houses council offices and Carew Manor School.
Benhilton is a mainly residential area in Sutton Borough.
All Saints Church' in Benhilton was built in 1863. The church had many beautiful stained glass windows but most of these were lost during the bombing of the Second World War.
Carshalton is in the London Borough of Sutton.
Carshalton High Street' has a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs.
Carshalton is home to the beautiful grade ll listed All Saints Church'. The church was mentioned in 1086 in the Domesday Book.
Carshalton Water Tower' is a grade ll listed 18th century building that houses the remains of the water wheel and is open to the public.
Little Holland House' in Carshalton is an interesting place to visit. The house was designed and built by Frank Dickinson, an artist and craftsman and was his home until he died in 1961. The house interior is grade ll listed and the contents of the house were mostly made by Dickinson himself. Today the house is owned by Sutton Council and is open at various times to the public.
Strawberry Lodge' in Carshalton is a magnificent 17th century house turned conference centre with great facilities that can be hired for various work related events such as meetings, training workshops and conferences.
Honeywood Museum', overlooking Carshalton ponds is a great place to go to find out about the local history of the area. The museum, housed in a listed building organises various activities for children such as dressing up and quizzes.
Carshalton is home to Carshalton Park' which covers 9.28 hectares and is also the home of the historic Grove Park'.
Cheam in the borough of Sutton is made up of three areas, North Cheam, South Cheam and Cheam Village. North Cheam is a residential area with shopping facilities, South Cheam is mainly residential and the quaint Cheam Village is where you will find some lovely unique shops, restaurants and pubs.
Cheam has many historic buildings and is home to Whitehall', a stunning Tudor house built around 1500 in Cheam Village which features a medieval pottery display and art gallery. The house also has a lovely tea room selling gorgeous home-made cakes and is a place we have visited many times when surveying properties in the area.
Nonsuch Park' is a large green' space in Cheam and was once home to Nonsuch Palace'. King Henry VIII started to build the palace around 1538. Unfortunately the king died before the palace was completed. The Palace was passed down through the Royal family and came to eventually be the property of a Lady Castlemaine who had the palace pulled down around 1682 to pay off gambling debts. Today only remnants of the palace remain.
Cheam is also home to the lovely Seears Park and Cheam Park.
Hackbridge in the borough of Sutton is a lovely small leafy mainly residential area with its own local amenities and is only around five miles away from the hustle and bustle of Croydon.
Other areas in the Borough of Sutton where we have carried out residential and commercial building surveys include Belmont, St Helier which is home to the landmark hospital, Sutton with its great shopping, The Wrythe and Wallington.