Wickham Grange offers the perfect blend of city and country living. The area benefits from an array of open green space and neighbours the rural hills of Surrey and Kent. All of this is on offer whilst being just a short train journey away from central London. There is so much to do; enjoy the extensive range of restaurants and bars, check out the independent shops lining the high street or embark on an adventure throughout West Wickham's boundless nature spots.
Wickham Grange offers something for everyone. There are plenty of restaurants to visit for dinner with the family, such as Sonargaon, or Topolino's; an Italian restaurant that has been a favourite amongst the locals for over twenty years. Head over to Harper's for grilled steak and lobster or Corza for a mouth-watering taste of the Mediterranean.
There are many pubs and bars to choose from as well, such as The Swan and Mitre, The Railway and The Partridge. For those pivotal tea and coffee stops during walks across the fabulous open green spaces, pop into Herbert's, a charming restaurant and great pit stop for afternoon tea or Sunday lunch.Register your interest today
Embark on stunning walks or early morning jogs across West Wickham Common or High Elms Country Park to take in the beautiful scenery that the local area has to offer.
A little further afield is Kelsey Park; a gem of a park to visit in winter, spring, summer or autumn. It has a great children's play area, wild ducks swimming in the lake and an excellent café for drinks, ice creams and lolly pops.
Visit The Bethlem Museum of the Mind in Beckenham situated within the 270-acre Bethlem Royal Hospital grounds which was founded in 1247. Set in a stunning Art Deco building, The Bethlem Museum of the Mind celebrates the lives and achievements of people with mental health problems.