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Epsom is a traditional market town in the county of Surrey. It is approximately 13.5 miles south of Charing Cross in London and 4.75 miles northeast of Leatherhead. Epsom developed as a spa town in the Georgian period, due to the mineral waters being found to be rich in magnesium sulphate, which then more widely became known as Epsom salts. Epsom is a popular place to live for commuters as it is perfectly placed between busy London and the serene rolling hills of Surrey.

The train station in Epsom goes to Waterloo via Vauxhall, taking around 40 minutes. It also goes to Victoria, Via Clapham Junction in around 45 minutes. Tattenham Corner station, found nearby to Epsom has trains that go directly to London Bridge and Victoria in an hour.

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Things to do in Epsom

The Epsom high street is a bustling place with many high street favourite stores in its covered shopping mall, a farmers’ market and even an Art Shop. There are also plenty of restaurants and pubs in Epsom to choose from.

Epsom is surrounded by beautiful green space and countryside. Both Epsom Common and Horton Country Park are local nature reserves and Horton Country Park even has a children’s farm, riding school and a golf club. Roseberry Park in Epsom has a children’s playground and a beautiful pond.

For golf enthusiasts the Epsom Golf Club has an 18-hole course which has been described as challenging. The Epsom Playhouse puts on some great shows, including music, magic, and comedy nights. There are also several theatres, a cinema and art galleries in Epsom to be enjoyed by residents.

For thrill seekers Epsom is close to two major theme parks in England, Chessington world of adventures, which is only a 7-minute drive away and Thorpe Park which is around 30 minutes away.

Schools and Education

Epsom has an excellent range of schools for all ages, with 25 primary schools, eight secondary schools and seven colleges, as well as many nurseries. For primary schools, the top rates schools are St Joesph’s RC, St Martin’s CofE infants and Stamford Green, all rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. For secondary schools there is Rosebery and Glyn, both rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted and Blenheim High, which is rated ‘good’.

Northeast Surrey College is a great further education college that has been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and is a great place for residents to take courses.

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Local Areas Nearby:

  • Woodcote
  • Langley Vale
  • Ashtead
  • Malden Rushett
  • Ewell
  • Chessington

Cost to live in Epsom

There is a big range of property types in Epsom. Over the last year the overall average price of property in Epsom was £546,106. Most of these sales were for semi-detached properties, which sold for an average price of £548,545. Detached properties sold for an average of £795,178, whilst flats averaged at £304,907. Sell prices in Epsom were 9% higher than the previous year, so Epsom is a great place to be buying property and investing in the area.