Surbiton is a suburb of south-west London and is situated in Kingston upon Thames. It is located just off the A3 and is a 17-minute train ride to Waterloo. Heathrow, Gatwick, the Downs and the south coast are all easily accessible.
Surbiton is well positioned on the Thames, walking distance to Richmond Park, Bushey Park and Hampton Court with Kingston only a 15-minute walk away. It has a range of day-to-day shops, bars, and cafes with good schools nearby.
Surbiton was the setting for the iconic TV series The Good Life and withholds that authentic sense of communal living. It is home to a farmers market that runs once a month through the help of volunteers, the Surbiton Ski Sunday in October which raises money for local charities, and the legendary British Bread Golf Open in November which yes involves teeing off Britain's finest dough.
There is a range of property on the market in Surbiton from Art-Deco courts, to semi-detached housing estates, to 19th century townhouses. Due to its prime location house prices are quite high and attract those ready to upgrade to the luxuries of tranquil suburbia.