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A gateway to the beautiful Surrey Hills and surrounded by countryside is the successful business town of Leatherhead. It is perfectly situated on the train line between Epsom and Guildford, with commuters benefitting from trains travelling to London Waterloo.
Despite its small population, Leatherhead is a hub for many blue-chip companies. Despite this urban edge, the history of the town is evident in the amount of period properties and many residents champion the green spaces, cosy pubs and transport links.
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Buying Property in Leatherhead
Leatherhead has a rich architectural heritage with more than 80 listed buildings in the town. Many people who move to Leatherhead have their heart set on a period property but they can often come with a premium price tag. The oldest structure in Leatherhead is the parish church of St Mary and St Nicholas, which dates back to the 11th century.
There are some wonderful apartments in Leatherhead, many of which are situated within walking distance to the train station. Many young professionals and first time buyers snap these up for figures over £150,000. Two bed terraces and cottages are also an option for those with the budget.
Traditional three-bed semis, many of which are set in Victorian properties, are available for upwards of £380,000, or £520,000 for four bedrooms. Detached homes are impressive in Leatherhead and they are upwards of £550,000. Want a period character home? Look to bump this up to £850,000.
Schools in Leatherhead
Perhaps the most famous school in Leatherhead is St John’s, an independent school for boys and girls aged 11 to 18. The school was founded in 1851 and offers boarding. Box Hill School and City of London Freemen’s are two other private schools in the local area.
In terms of state primary schools, Leatherhead Trinity, Oakfield Junior, West Ashtead County and The Dawnay are the most popular. After primary school, many go on to join Therfield School, the most local secondary school. Other options include Howard of Effingham and St Andrew’s Catholic School.
Transport Links Leatherhead
Just a stone’s throw from the M25 and A24, those living in Leatherhead can drive to the likes of Guildford, Woking, Epsom and areas of London with ease.
Trains at Leatherhead railway station are operated by Southern and South West Trains. Typically, there are 12 services per hour during off-peak times. Six trains per hour travel to London, two to London Victoria via Sutton and four to London Waterloo via Wimbledon.
Four services head to Dorking, with one train continuing on to Horsham. There are also two hourly services to Guildford.