While many may think of Sutton as a place for youngsters starting their careers, it is also perfect for settling down and retiring.

The Telegraph has listed Sutton as one of the best and cheapest places in Britain to retire, mentioning its property prices, low crime rate, natural areas, and convenient transport links.

Properties in Sutton cost less than a third of what they do in Westminster.

It also has the second-lowest crime rate after Richmond on the list.

Sutton is one of the greenest boroughs, having parks and gardens in several places.

Beddington Park is in the north-west of Sutton and Oak Park in in the south.

The town centre has been described by The Telegraph a “respectable high street” by agents, and transport is simple with trains into central London taking no more than 30 minutes.

The bus network also provides regular services to neighbouring towns, such as Wimbledon, Croydon and Kingston.

Additionally, Sutton is home to a number of popular restaurants, pubs, and museums.

Sutton is home to the Whitehall Museum and Honeywood Museum, which showcase the history of Sutton and the previous owners of the houses.

It also has a large number of international restaurants, with the most popular, according to reviews, being the Cricket Lounge, an Indian restaurant.

The Shinner and Sudtone, a British pub, is one of the town’s favourite, serving traditional Sunday roasts and drinks.