New Homes in Mitcham
Lying within the Borough of , new homes in Mitcham are perfect if you’d like to live in a suburb which offers a more relaxing pace of life than areas closer to . Found between and in , Mitcham is next door to Colliers Wood and , which both have a Tube station on the Northern line.
With a host of natural attractions nearby including Mitcham Common, Ravensbury Park and Morden Hall Park, you can also make the most of Beddington Park, Lavender Park and Spencer Road Wetlands too; all with our developments closest to Mitcham.
Live the Mitcham life
It may be one of the more affordable parts of London, but that may come as a surprise when you discover everything Mitcham has going for it. This is a great place to buy a new home, and we could help you get moving with offers such as our Movemaker scheme, where we help arrange the sale of your current home and cover the estate agent fees for you.
Things to see and do in Mitcham
Right in the heart of Mitcham you’ll find the Wandle Industrial Museum, while the London Road playing fields are just down the road and perfect for a dog walk or hour of fun at the playground with your little ones. There’s even more space to stretch your legs at Mitcham Common, while Tooting Bec Lido is a half-hour walk from Figges Marsh, just to the north east of town and a great escape on a sunny day.
With Morden Park, Wimbledon Park and the Wimbledon and Putney Commons all nearby, there’s also the riverside National Trust park Morden Hall Park to savour. The vast expanse of Richmond Park, meanwhile, is around five miles away. From workouts at Figges Marsh to strolls through Ravensbury Park and more fresh air at Beddington Park, there are lots of great ways to spend your time exploring the local area.
There’s a selection of excellent schools in the local area, with the town’s St Mark’s Primary, St Thomas of Canterbury Catholic Primary and Bond Primary School all rated as good by Ofsted. Granton Primary in neighbouring Streatham, meanwhile, is outstanding, and its catchment area covers the north-eastern part of Mitcham.
The local state secondary school is St Mark’s Church of England Academy, which is classed as good by the education board. Harris Academy Merton is outstanding and accepts students from the south and east of Mitcham, while Tooting’s Graveney School also covers the town.
Mitcham transport links
The town has two local train stations, Mitcham Eastfields and Mitcham Junction, which both offer Southern and Thameslink services. There are three Tube stops within a mile or two of Mitcham’s town centre; Morden, South Wimbledon and Colliers Wood. All of these stations are on the Underground’s Northern line, giving you direct access to places like Embankment, Leicester Square, London Bridge, Bank and Camden Town.
There are also local bus routes, while the M25 passes 11 miles to the south and Heathrow Airport is a touch further to the west.
The Mitcham property scene
Although house prices are considerably lower than the London average, Mitcham has been earmarked as a potential property hotspot. Good schools, fast commutes to central spots like Victoria and affordable prices compared to neighbouring Streatham and Tooting have all contributed to this.You could make a very wise investment in this increasingly popular area by snapping up a beautiful 1 or 2 bedroom apartment along Wallington’s Hackbridge Road, right next to Mitcham Junction. We’re ready and waiting to help you find your next home, so give us a call and ask us about offers such as the scheme, which could help you get on or move up the property ladder.