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The Buying Agent Insider Guide
Lovely, leafy and luxurious…Cobham offers all the quintessential charms of a commuter town. It has ancient and historical sites matched with modern developments built sympathetically to the surrounds.
Fans of Chelsea Football Club will recognise the name of the town even though it is some miles from the team’s London home at Stamford Bridge – when the club decided to modernise its training facilities a few years back it chose a site on the outskirts of the town for the state-of-the-art complex. The resulting influx of star names to the area added a further appeal to the place.
Star-spotting aside, Cobham can be enjoyed for its pretty mix of historic highways and byways and a retail and leisure offering which shows the townsfolks truly know how to work, rest and play in this fabulous Surrey spot.
What a property buying agent can purchase
£1m buys: A three-bedroom detached house with a large garden.
£3m buys: A five- or six-bedroom detached house, with gardens.
£5m buys: A six-bedroom detached house with several acres, in an exclusive location.
Best hotels in Cobham
The Beaverbrook Hotel & Spa (www.beaverbrook.co.uk) is a quintessentially British country house and estate turned into a wonderful hotel, where one of the options is to sleep in the bedroom once used by Winston Churchill. Woodlands Park Hotel (https://www.handpickedhotels.co.uk/woodlandspark) is a chic hotel housed in a 19th Century mansion. Hartsfield Manor Hotel (https://www.hartsfieldmanor.co.uk) combines Victorian grander with excellent facilities and varied dining options.
Best restaurants in Cobham
The Ivy Cobham Brasserie (https://theivycobhambrasserie.com) offers all the atmosphere, service and fine dining options one would come to expect from an outpost of the iconic London restaurant. The Clock house Restaurant (http://www.theclockhouserestaurant.co.uk) deserves all the plaudits it receives for the nature of its menu and service. Further afield try the brasserie at Pennyhill Park (https://www.exclusive.co.uk) for its relaxed, first class food, served in fantastic surroundings at this iconic country house hotel where you might also bump into an England rugby star…it’s their regular training base when they play home matches.
Best schools in Cobham
Feltonfleet School (www.feltonfleet.co.uk) offers an excellent all round education for boys and girls aged from 3 to 13. ACS Cobham International School (www.acs-schools.com) is a truly cosmopolitan place, offering as it does education for boys and girls aged 2 to 18 from over 70 countries. Reeds School (www.reeds.surrey.sch.uk) is an all boys school, offering a rounded and committed education structure for those aged 11 to 18.
Buying Agents Cobham Fact
Brooklands (https://www.brooklandsmuseum.com) is just two-and-a-half miles outside the town and was once a motor racing circuit and aerodrome but now plays host to a fascinating motor and aviation museum.
How to get to Cobham from central London
Train: 45 mins to London Waterloo
Car: 55 mins to central London