Sanderstead is a village in the London Borough of Croydon and has a rich history, with excavations turning up artefacts from the Mesolithic Period, 12,000 years ago. Once known as a farming community, Sanderstead formed a parish in 1915. The All Saints’ Church located next the development dates back to the 13th century and is a popular attraction.
For nature-lovers, Sanderstead has plenty of beautiful parks and gardens, ideal for walking around on a sunny day. History buffs will love to check out the fascinating Croydon Museum, only three miles away. Surprisingly, Sanderstead isn’t home to a pub, although you’ll find plenty in the neighbouring town of Warlingham.