Area Guides.

Find out more about our local areas

Oxted and the surrounding villages offer a wide range of property types and locations to suit just about every type of homebuyer. Known for its abundance of period and character homes, this historic region is found at the eastern end of the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and remains one of the South East’s most desirable locations.

A rural and protected area of green belt, yet close to the M25 and M23 motorways, it enjoys good train links direct into London, a great selection of private and state schools, country life and all conveniences, so it’s no surprise that homes in this area are highly sought-after!



Oxted & Limpsfield

Nestled at the foot of the North Downs, the historic town of Oxted and its ancient and pretty neighbour, Limpsfield are steeped in history dating back to the Domesday Book.



Godstone, with its quintessentially English village green, array of historic houses and a handful of small boutique shops, was originally built on the old London to Brighton Roman road and is surrounded by lovely country walks and even has its own vineyard.


Hurst Green & Holland

Set just to the south of Oxted and Limpsfield, Hurst Green is a close-knit community with primary school, local shops, mainline railway station and a generous amount of sporting facilities and clubs.


Limpsfield Chart & Crockham Hill

Connected by an old Roman road, Limpsfield Chart and Crockham Hill lie in between Oxted and Edenbridge.


South Godstone

Originally called Lagham, South Godstone is centred on the old medieval moated manor house of Lagham and hosts a broad selection of large and smaller homes to suit all budgets, some in very tucked away locations.


Tandridge Village

Just off the A25 in between Oxted and Godstone, the small Anglo-Saxon village of Tandridge was listed in the Domesday Book and boasts an 11th century church and priory



Just over the Kent border and minutes from Oxted, the lovely village of Westerham is home to Churchill’s Chartwell, Squerreyes Court and Vineyard and many other historic buildings.



With private education at Woldingham School and Caterham School nearby, together with a very popular commuter railway station at the foot of the hill, the heart of the village is The Crescent and its small selection of shops.