Surrounded by heathland, Chobham is a medium-sized village in North West Surrey. Nearby villages and towns include Sunningdale, Lightwater and Woking.
An historic village, many fine farmhouses were built in Chobham as part of the great redevelopment in south east England in the 16th century. As a result, many beautiful older houses and cottages can be found on the many roads and lanes leading to and from the village. Two small rivers run through the village, the Mill Bourne and the Bourne. Nearby Chobham Common is a National Nature Reserve and provides plenty of open countryside for leisure and exercise, and is popular with horse riders (the village has become a well-known equestrian centre).
The hub of today’s lively community is the High Street where you will find St Lawrence Church, the village pub (the Sun Inn), a choice of restaurants and other shops and services. Chobham hosts regular annual events including the famous Chobham Music Festival and Chobham Carnival.
There are many active sports clubs, youth clubs and societies in the village including Chobham Rugby Club, Chobham Cricket Club, Chobham Tennis Club and Chobham Football Club.
Highly regarded schools in and around Chobham include Valley End C of E Infant School, St Lawrence C of E (Aided) Primary School, Holy Trinity C of E Primary School, Gordon’s School, Coworth Flexlands School and Wishmore Cross Academy.
Located between the M3 and M25 motorways and with convenient access to nearby Heathrow Airport, the area is in high demand from both industry and housing.