Property available in Cobham
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Cobham is an ancient settlement whose origins can be traced back through Roman times to the Iron Age. Evidence of Roman occupation was found at a bath house excavated at Chatley Farm in 1942. By the time of the Domesday Book, Cobham had moved to its present position and recent research seems to indicate that the Abbot Chertsey, who owned the manor, laid out a planned village in early medieval times.
The River Mole, a tributary of the Thames, almost encircles Cobham and provides a distinctly rural appearance in some places. The river provides a setting for Cobham's best-known landmark: a red brick water mill from the early 19th century, which stands on the site of earlier mills dating back to the middle ages. Recently restored to full working order, the mill is open to the public on certain days.
Getting to Cobham*
- A3 - 0.5 miles
- M25 Junction 10 - 2 miles
- Cobham & Stoke D’Abernon to London Waterloo: 39 minutes
- Oxshott to London Waterloo: 36 minutes
- Effingham Junction to London Waterloo: 43 minutes
- Heathrow Airport: 16 miles
- Gatwick Airport: 28 miles
*all distances and times are approximate