Ashtead is a large village located in the Mole Valley district of Surrey, which can be found lying between the surrounding towns of Epsom and Leatherhead. With its first appearance in literature appearing in 1086; Ashtead has a rich history including a large two-part conservation area, of which the mansion Ashtead Park House (now occupied by City of London Freemen's School) can be found.
Its location is attractive to many with the convenient access to junction 9 of the M25 only being a short drive away; or the Ashtead train station with its direct line to Waterloo with numerous trains an hour being perfect for those working in London.
Its bustling High Street containing a delightful range of independent shops and restaurants is perfect for those living in the area and attractive to those looking to discover something new when passing through via the A24.
So, whether it’s the range of sports teams, the several accomplished schools or the multitude of delightful places to walk surrounded by rich greenery – Ashtead is another example of Surrey’s beautiful villages.