paragraphThe Sunday Times named Reigate as one of the best places to live in the South-East and with its rich culture and village feel, it is easy to see why. Ranking well above the likes of Winchester, Ascot and Sevenoaks, amongst a number of other well-esteemed and established historical towns, it is clear that Reigate has its own identity.
Nestled at the base of the North Downs, Reigate's history stems from the Battle of Hastings and the era of the victorious William the Conqueror.
Reigate has become an attractive destination for many homeowners, not simply for its charm and natural beauty, but also for the low crime rates and community spirit. Not only this but it has it been designated as a special historical site, and still features the best of city and country worlds with its close proximity to Gatwick Airport and many local schools.
The town also rates highly with local unemployment and property prices.
Reigate, just a few minutes off from Junction 8 of the M25, runs various regular direct trains into London Victoria and London Bridge. Further, its one-way system can be joined using the A25 and A217 and the town also benefits from a number of other train and bus routes running to and from Gatwick Airport, Reading, Redhill and London Bridge.