Situated at the foot of the North Downs the town of Oxted, with a population of over 11 thousand, appears in the Doomsday book as Amsted meaning a Place Where Oaks Grow. The town is located 18 miles south of London and is very popular with commuters as it has great rail links up to both London Victoria & London Bridge.
For families Oxted has superb schooling both public and state and being surrounded by wonderful countryside it offers endless opportunities to explore the great outdoors.
The town is famed for the Master Park which is in the centre of the town and is a great space to walk the dog, have a game of tennis or just take a moment to get a way from it all. Master Park also hosts the Oxted Beer Festival which goes from strength to strength each year.
Although still a traditional town centre Oxted’s high street is going through some thing of a renaissance with many independent boutiques and eateries popping up.
Oxted, with its traditional high street and country charm, is a wonderful place for families to live. Whether you fancy a quick dose of exercise, a full day out or a memorable…
There's so much to love about Oxted! This pretty, historic town famed for its large Arts & Crafts houses, timber framed stucco buildings and bustling high street, is situated at the foot…
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