Driving into London is benefitted from easy access to the A3 which is accessed via Hinchley Wood, just moments away. Esher
railway station in the town centre is served by the Waterloo via Weybridge service which connects to London Waterloo in just over 20 minutes. Heathrow and Gatwick Airports are under half an hour drive away. Esher is a historic town and houses The Tudor St George’s Church which was attended by Queen Victoria when she visited the area and is a periodic venue for music and the arts, as well as occasional evening services.
Click To Read MoreThe Bear public house, which still exists today, was formerly a royal hunting lodge which played host to King Charles II, William of Orange and Lord Nelson. Esher has an attractive bustling high street with numerous cafes and restaurants. Set just behind the shops is a picturesque green. Esher Commons cover 360 hectares of ponds, heath and woodland providing a superb area for walking, horse riding, bird watching, jogging, dog walking and other outdoor recreational activities. Esher is also home to Sandown Park Racecourse which hosts races and events throughout the year.