Worcester Park

Worcester Park

Worcester Park is a suburban centre in the extreme south west of London on the border with Surrey. It has a fine heritage as the centre of management for the Great Park which was a popular Tudor hunting area. The area takes it’s name from the 4th Earl of Worcester who was appointed Keeper of the Great Park in 1606. The area is a fairly standard family commuter suburb with some great schools, both independent and state. It’s transport connectivity is fairly standard for outer London, taking commuters into Waterloo in about half an hour.

Your Worcester Park Expert

Matt Martin

Matt Martin

Managing Director

T: 020 3282 7162
M: 07979 655 461
E: matt.martin@ivygate.co.uk

Local information

Sutton Borough Council


Civic Offices,
St Nicholas Way,

T: 020 8770 5000

Rail: Fast trains from Worcester Park station to Waterloo take 30 minutes, or locals Victoria can be reached in 40 minutes via Clapham Junction.


Bus: Worcester Park has a number of bus routes to towns and locations in the area including New Malden, Kingston, Cheam, Sutton, Wallington and Croydon.

Road: 9 miles from the M25, Worcester Park has excellent road connections via the A3, providing good access into central London.

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Central Road is the main street in Worcester Park and has numerous shops, banks, restaurants, pubs and bars. Worcester Park is a beneficiary of the Mayor of London’s “Outer London Fund”.

Worcester Park rail station is in Zone 4 and provides residents with great commuter links to London – it only takes 30 minutes to get to London Waterloo, and fast trains are every 15 minutes. There is also a regular bus service, making property for sale and let in Worcester Park desirable for commuters.

There are lots of shopping opportunities in Worcester Park, with supermarkets including Sainsbury’s, Waitrose and Co-op, as well as a number of independent retailers. Sutton, Kingston, and Epsom are only a short distance away too.

There are many green expanses in Worcester Park, including five parks. There is also a selection of sports clubs to be found on Sandringham Road. The River Club is the best local health club as it has the only non-chlorine pool in the UK and a retractable roof for sunnier days.

Worcester Park has a great selection of schools, as there are eight nurseries and pre-schools in the area, five primary and junior schools, and a further five secondary schools nearby.

Spotlight - The Hamptons

The Hamptons

Ivy Gate are delighted to be closely linked to ‘The Hamptons’ development in Worcester Park, and we have now become the principal selling and letting agent in this area.

Built by St. James, this flagship housing development in suburban west London was planned to create a new neighbourhood based around the 15 hectare Mayflower Park. Built in a distinctive New England style, the architecture and park have been sensitively and thoughtfully designed. Throughout the development, the pedestrian friendly streets provide ‘shared space’ access to a series of ‘home zones’. The parkland has proved popular for residents and the wider existing community and includes an amphitheatre, jogging and cycling trails and play areas together with a series of lakes and wetland which have enriched biodiversity as well as providing an education resource.

The Hamptons Property

The story of The Hamptons begins around the time of the millennium when Thames Water, which owned the sewage works, elected to move this process elsewhere and harness the value of the site for development. It formed a joint venture with Berkeley Homes – St James – which has subsequently become wholly owned by the Berkeley Group. St James received outline planning permission in 2000 to build 480 homes. This was increased to 498 homes in 2003 following a series of reserved matter planning applications. The final phase of development has increased the number of units to 645. The first phases of the scheme are modelled in the style of New England Colonial settlements. The white clapperboarded Maple Lodge Housing Community Centre and gym complete with clock tower and picket fencing, embodies this vernacular. As successive phases were built, the style of architecture developed thematic variations, ranging from mews houses with brick and render, to pastel-coloured terrace homes that take their cue from the Norfolk Broads. In the later phases, some rustic cottages are redolent of the Suffolk wetlands. Five storey buildings, split into apartments, are placed around the site, the cladding varying in colour and style.

Read more about the Hamptons Development here…

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Worcester Park is mostly made up of period properties (both large houses and smaller cottages) as well as a high number of 1930’s semi-detached homes and some newer flats and developments. The popular Hamptons development offers residential houses and flats in beautiful parkland. The ease of access to central London makes this an ideal location for commuters.


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Bizzy Bees Day Nursery LEA : Sutton
Longfellow Road Contact : Mrs Ayelet Wellard
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083353537
Surrey Ofsted Report Page
KT4 8BB Street Map
Cheam Common Infants’ School LEA : Sutton
Balmoral Road Contact : Mrs E Gregory
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083374152
Surrey Ofsted Report
KT4 8SS Street Map
This is a mixed sex urban primary school and has approx 299 pupils with 151 boys and 148 girls
Cheam Common Junior School LEA : Sutton
Kingsmead Avenue Contact : Mr R E Easthope
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083371844
Surrey Ofsted Report
KT4 8UT Street Map
This is a mixed sex urban primary school and has approx 346 pupils with 174 boys and 172 girls
Cuddington Community Primary School LEA : Surrey
Salisbury Road Contact : Therese Holden
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02087162677
Surrey Ofsted Report
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This is a mixed sex primary school and has approx 206 pupils with 113 boys and 93 girls
Dorchester Primary School LEA : Sutton
Dorchester Road Contact : Mrs Jackie Purcell
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083301144
Surrey Ofsted Report
KT4 8PG Street Map
This is a mixed sex urban primary school and has approx 418 pupils with 211 boys and 207 girls
Doris Venner Pre-school LEA : Kingston upon Thames
Venner Community Centre Contact : Mrs Jan Butler
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083303672
Surrey Ofsted Report Page
KT4 7LG Street Map
This is a mixed sex urban pre-school
Green Lane Primary And Nursery School LEA : Kingston upon Thames
Green Lane Contact : Mr R M Jewell
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083376976
Surrey Ofsted Report
KT4 8AS Street Map
This is a mixed sex urban primary school and has approx 335 pupils with 181 boys and 154 girls
Linden Bridge School LEA : Surrey
Grafton Road Contact : Mrs R Smith
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083303009
Surrey Ofsted Report
KT4 7JW Street Map
This is an urban community special school and has approx 112 pupils with 94 boys and 18 girls
Little Stars Nursery LEA : Sutton
52 Lynwood Drive Contact : Nicky Webb
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083301979
Surrey Ofsted Report Page
KT4 7AB Street Map
This is a pre-school
Malden Parochial Cofe Primary School LEA : Kingston upon Thames
The Manor Drive Contact : Mr C G Powell
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083374804
Surrey Ofsted Report Page
KT4 7LW Street Map
This is a mixed sex urban primary school and has approx 239 pupils with 126 boys and 113 girls
Plough Green Pre-school LEA : Kingston upon Thames
St John’s Hall Contact : Mrs Elizabeth Owen
WORCESTER PARK Tel: 02083371295
Surrey Ofsted Report Page
KT4 7NY Street Map
This is an urban pre-school
Scallywags Pre-school LEA : Sutton
The Pavilion Contact : Mrs Jane Child
Sandringham Road
Surrey Ofsted Report Page
KT4 8XW Street Map
This is an urban pre-school

Worcester Park Territory

Worcester Park, Surrey | KT4

Worcester Park, The Hamptons, Cuddington, Stoneleigh, Motspur Park, Malden Manor, Ewell and St. Helier.
T: 020 3282 7162
E: worcesterpark@ivygate.co.uk

Ivy Gate Estate Agents Worcester Park

From our central Hub office, Ivy Gate operates in the Worcester Park area, covering KT4 postcodes and provides personal service and expert advice to clients in Worcester Park, Motspur Park, Malden Manor, Ewell and St. Helier.

Our unique model offers a personal and bespoke estate agency service, with sensible fees. We offer sales, lettings, property management and financial services to clients in the Worcester Park area.

We were voted as the estate agent with the best customer service in the UK for a small estate agent at the Sunday Times Estate Agency of the Year Awards 2015.

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