What's it like to live in Edenbridge?
What kind of people live around here?
Is there much greenery in the area?
Asked on Dec 22 2007,
General in Edenbridge |
I appreciate you've probably moved by now but hopefully this can help someone else at least! Edenbridge is in the middle of beautiful, green Kent countryside and developed from a river crossing in the Roman times, subsequently evolving into a market town where it became a vital part of the Weald iron industry. The town is surrounded by greenbelt countryside and is famous for its historic and attractive buildings that line the High Street. There are a selection of shops serving day to day needs along with banks, chemists, post office and two supermarkets. To the north of the town there is a leisure centre with a swimming pool, squash court, dance studio and gymnasium.
The town has two main line stations, Edenbridge Town Station to London Bridge/London Victoria via Oxted in approximately 50 minutes and Edenbridge Station serving Tonbridge through to Reigate and London Bridge/London Victoria via Redhill.
Web reference: http://www.edenbridgetown.com/
Answered on Aug 1 2013,
We would suggest that you get in touch with local estate agents in order to get some background about the area.
You can search for agents using the ‘find agents’ tab on the top of the Zoopla Page.
We hope this helps.
Answered on Oct 1 2013,
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