House Clearance in Upper Gatton
Few little facts about Upper-Gatton
Gatton was a former village and borough in Surrey, England, and an ancient parish. It survives as a sparsely populated, predominantly rural locality, which includes Gatton Park, no more than 12 houses, and two farms on the slopes of the North Downs near Reigate.
Gatton lies on the crest of the escarpment of the North Downs and on its southern slopes, primarily in the Reigate (RH2) post town. Gatton Park that forms most of its southern half now houses the boarders of The Royal Alexandra and Albert school. As defined by itsecclesiastical parish, Gatton has no more than 12 houses. In Gatton to the north, Upper Gatton Farm, Crossways Farm, Old Trees and Olde Forge (all along High Road) are all on the crest (uplands) of the North Downs near to Chipstead, a large village adjoining Gatton to the north.