Cheam Whitehall is a legendary timber-framed farmer’s house, which is now a museum, allowing nowadays people to learn more about Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian eras. In the back garden, you can also find an old well, which served an earlier building on the site.
Lumley Chapel – is situated next to St Dunstan’s Church. The chapel is the oldest standing building in London Borough of Sutton; the windows date back to 15th Century. The chapel was built around 1018 as part of the Manor of Cheam, as acquired by Archbishop of Canterbury.
Henry VIII is an often mentioned name, when talking about a history of Cheam. Henry VIII built a walled hare warren to provide animals for hunting. Parts of the wall remain in South Cheam, including in Warren Avenue where you can still see the holes. These holes used when hares were wanted. Servants would open the hatches and chase hares through the tunnels into nets on the other side.