Beth Ezra is set within its own, well-established garden, bordered by mature shrubs and trees. Like many of the large houses in the area, Beth Ezra was built in the 1920’s and is close to the Webb Estate, with its own village post office and shop on the green nearby.
Shopping centres at Purley and Banstead, and local parks and gardens, are a few minutes ride away by car. Beth Ezra also affords easy access to London, the South Coast and surrounding countryside.
The home is situated mid way between Banstead, Purley and Coulsdon in Surrey, about 20 minutes from junction 7 on the M25. There are train stations at Purley and Coulsdon, with a bus service passing the door.
There is plenty of car parking space available for visitors at Beth Ezra and for those who arrive by train there are taxis available from local stations.
From junction 7 on the M25, take the A23 north towards London. Turn left onto the A237 just after Coulsdon South Station, go over the traffic lights into Woodcote Grove Road and then Smitham Bottom Lane. Beth Ezra is on the left of the A237 after about 1 mile.
More information: Map showing the location of Beth Ezra.