With a lovely rural feel and mainline railway station, Hurst Green has all the convenience of location and typically buyers find that they get a bit more property for their money.
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. Within the catchment area for Oxted School and nestled amongst green fields with great walks, river and fishing at Cotsford Mill, Hurst Green is very popular with young families.
Hurst Green enjoys its own railway station which adds to the popularity of the area. In fact many residents living in certain areas of Oxted prefer to start their commute from Hurst Green as this station is more convenient for them. The fastest direct train leaves Hurst Green at 6.09am and arrives at London Victoria 36 minutes later at 6.45am, with no changes required. For the same journey time the 7.15am can get you to London Bridge. Residents of Holland make use of Hurst Green station which is only a short walk away.
Access to the A25 is easily gained via various different routes and is only around 1 mile to the north. From the A25 there are fast links to Redhill to the west (9 miles) and Sevenoaks to the east (10 miles). The A22 is found near Godstone providing fast links to Croydon to the north (13 miles) and East Grinstead to the south (10 miles). The closest access to the M25 (junction 6) is at Godstone just over 4 miles away.
The 410 service is the main service serving both Hurst Green and Holland, and links these areas to Oxted and on to Redhill, and by changing to the 236 for Edenbridge via Westerham.