Sunningdale is just a short hop from central London by road or rail - the town's station sits on the Reading to Waterloo line, offering direct services to London. Sunningdale's prime position just 24 miles to the west of London makes it a real favourite with commuters looking to move into the area. Property in Sunningdale is extremely desirable thanks to the town's prime location and strong local amenities.
There are various mansions and other large properties in the area including Charters - built-in 1938, and Coworth House, built in the late 18th Century. Coworth House is now a hotel called the Coworth Park Hotel. Sunningdale Park is also in the area - where the famous Sunningdale Agreement was signed in December 1973.
Aside from the mansions and other large properties in Sunningdale, there's a good range of choice in terms of homes, there's everything from old Victorian-era houses to more modern apartments. No matter what kind of property you require, you'll find the ideal place to live in Sunningdale.
There's no doubt at all that Sunningdale is one of the key towns in London's ever-expanding commuter belt. It's a place that people want to live in due to the relatively cheap living costs (when compared to central London) and it's a convenient location. Of course, it's not just London to the west that makes Sunningdale popular - it's the seaside resorts in the east that make this area a fantastic place to reside.