About Warlingham

The picturesque and historic village of Warlingham is one of the most desirable residential locations in the Surrey Downs. This quintessential English village is centred on a triangular green where there is a variety of local shops, amenities, restaurants and pubs and is encapsulated by the beautiful Surrey countryside, making the area a popular place to live.

Warlingham is also popular with commuters as it has excellent transport links. Being less than 5 miles from the M25/M23, it offers easy access to Gatwick and Heathrow airports, and is 5 miles from central Croydon. There are fast rail links to London Victoria and London Bridge with regular services from Whyteleafe and Upper Warlingham train stations.

Families are drawn to the area, not least because of the choice of excellent primary and secondary schools, in the private and state sectors, but because of the selection of recreational and leisure facilities including the leisure centres in Oxted and Caterham, cricket, football, rugby, tennis and squash clubs in Warlingham and a choice of local golf clubs. There are also a variety of churches in the local area including All Saints Church believed to date from the 13th century.

Warlingham is located in the North Downs, so for those who enjoy the outdoor life there is direct access to the surrounding countryside, including Blanchmans Farm nature reserve providing plenty of scope for walking or equestrian pursuits.