New Homes in Hackbridge
Situated in the London Borough of Sutton, Hackbridge is a favourite location amongst commuters working in the capital. As well as a commuting hotspot there’s plenty to see and do in the local area. Whether you want to enjoy a relaxing walk in a country park, play a round of golf, or shop in nearby Croydon, there’ll be something for all the family to enjoy close to your new home in Hackbridge.
Things to see and do
Hackbridge is currently undergoing numerous redevelopment projects. They are transforming it into a vibrant, modern place to live, with all the local amenities you’d expect from a London suburb.
Residents also have nature on their doorstep, with the River Wandle flowing through Hackbridge as well as several parks and green spaces in the local area. These include Wandle Park, Mayfield Lavender Farm, the Grove Park, Beddington Park, Carshalton Ponds, and Morden Hall Park.
For family days out in the local area, head to Deen City Farm, Oxygen Free Jumping and Honeywood Museum. You could also venture a little further into Croydon, Wimbledon and the towns nearby to visit the Museum of Croydon, or the Polka Theatre and Ridgway Stables.
Sports fans will be pleased to know that both the Oaks Golf Course and Kingswood Golf & Country Club are close by. The All England Tennis club is just a few miles away in nearby Wimbledon.
For families planning on making the move to Hackbridge, it’s great to know there are several sought-after schools in the area. Wallington County Grammar School, St. Mary’s RC Junior School, Link Primary School, and Bandon Hill Primary School, have all been recognised as outstanding in recent Ofsted inspections.
For older children planning on studying for a degree, London is less than half an hour away by train, ensuring all the higher education establishments in the capital will be in commuting distance from your new home in Hackbridge.
Getting to Hackbridge
Commuters living in Hackbridge can journey into the capital from Hackbridge Station. Located in Travelcard Zone 4, it is served by both Southern and Thameslink lines with stops at London Victoria, London St. Pancras, and London Blackfriars. Residents of Hackbridge living in the north of the area, may find that Mitcham Junction is closer, which is again in Zone 4, and on the same line.
If you’re visiting family and friends by road, Brighton can be reached in just over an hour, Southampton in just under two, Reading in 90 minutes and Oxford in around two hours.
When the time comes to enjoy a well-earned holiday, London Gatwick is 40 minutes away.