Purley is well serviced by local transport links, with Purley and Purley Oaks stations on the London-to-Brighton railway line. Offering quick journeys to Victoria and London Bridge, and the amenities of Croydon close by, Purley offers the best of both worlds.


Wildflower Place is a short walk to Purley and Purley Oaks station and the bustling town centre with its array of cafés, restaurants, bars and shops. The M25 and M23 are less than six miles away, and there’s easy access to Gatwick and Heathrow airports.



The area benefits from many restaurants, pubs and bars including local favourites such as Locos Argentine Steakhouse, Dexter Burger and Dan Thai.



Purley has enough sports and fitness venues to keep even the most devoted of fitness fanatics active. Participate in casual or competitive football, rugby or cricket at one of the local competing clubs.

Alternatively, get your kicks away from the pitch at Purley Leisure Centre which has gym facilities, a learning pool for young children, a swimming pool and group fitness classes. There’s also Purley Downs Golf Club and Cumnor House School Sports Ground nearby.

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13' walk

Bank 46'

St Paul's 41'

Westminster 47'

London Bridge 22'

Canary Wharf 45'

Bond Street 34'


Purley Oaks

15' walk

Woman Shopping


The town centre features various recognisable high street retailers such as Boots, cafés and restaurants, as well as independent stores and designer boutiques. The retail giants that line Purley Way are a short drive away, with everything from IKEA to Costco. Drive ten minutes into Croydon and you’ll be spoilt for choice.