Carshalton is one of the towns in London Borough of Sutton. Approximately 30 000 people live in Carshalton and enjoy excellent transport links to London, Luton or Horsham. Carshalton situated in the valley of the River Wandle of which one of the sources is Carshalton Ponds.
The Grove is a public park in Carshalton situated close to Carshalton Village, High-street. The parkland was part of the manor of Stone Court back in the mediaeval times. It then consisting mainly of wildflower meadows. Park currently attracts local sports enthusiasts, such as Westcroft Leisure Centre, which recently has been refurbished and modernised. Residents also enjoy the park for its beautiful landscapes; children play areas, the beauty of mature trees and shrubs.
Honeywood Museum is a Grade II listed building next to the beautiful Carshalton Ponds in the heart of Carshalton’s Conservation Area. A museum is surrounded by historic buildings and water features, and it is one of the most exciting and attractive areas in Sutton Borough. Museum building dates back to the mid 17th century, with Victorian and Edwardian extensions, including an excellent Billiards Room, Drawing Room and Victorian Scullery.
Carshalton House Water Tower is a unique Grade II listed early 18th-century garden building sited in the grounds of Carshalton House in Surrey. As the name suggests, this contained a water-powered pump, which supplied water to Carshalton House and the fountains in its garden.