Ashtead village is in the Metropolitan Green Belt of Surrey, England. It has a railway station on secondary routes to Guildford and Horsham. This station is just earlier to the Portsmouth Main Line. The village separated from Epsom through Langley Vale and Ashtead Common.
Ashtead village is on the eastern inclines of the Mole Gap of the North Downs. Ashtead has a big two-part conservation area comprising the mansion Ashtead House.
Facilities include parks, a high street and outlying woodland trails with ease shopping, restaurants, cafes, a cricket club, and a football club.
Facilities for transportation in Ashtead village are there. It has good connections with central London as well as other cities through buses and rail services.
There is a small and modern railway station in the Ashtead. It provides services to London Waterloo, Clapham Junction, London Victoria, Wimbledon, Sutton, Dorking, Epsom, Horsham, and Guildford. It is served by both South Western and Southern Railway services. Construction of a new station began in 2012 and the new building of has now opened to business. This is now the third building of station that Ashtead Station has had since the railways came.
Naturally, it is a charming village. However, buildings and human-made places increase the charm of the area. You can visit various locations in the Ashtead to enjoy. Like Cheam Park, Painshill, Leith Hill, Sandown Park Racecourse, Bocketts Farm Park, Whitehall and many more.
Cheam Park is an excellent place for a day out. There are a free parking facility and much space to walk around.
Painshill is a beautiful award-winning 18th-century garden in Surrey. Independent shops with an enclosed green belt at countryside serve a perfect location for riding and cycling.
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