In the outside edge of greater London, Molesey is a suburban district which comprises of two parts; east and West Molesey, in Surrey, England on the southern bank of river Thames.
In the north of river Thames, there is a Molesey Hurst or Hurst Park which is the home to East Molesey cricket club.
In the east Molesey, the houses are more like mansions which are victorious and Edwardian. Around the Palace Road and Kent Road, small villas and cottages are built. In short, East Molesey has large family houses.
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Rail service is provided in east Molesey through Hampton Court Railway Station. Frequent stops are Wimbledon, Clapham Junction, and Surbiton.
In bus service, route 411 works to cover past Hampton Court Station to Kingston town centre.
There is a lot of places to go for see sightseeing such as Hampton Court Palace, Tower of London, The London Pass, etc. The three listed church of England is also a must to visit.
There is a jubilee fountain in bridge road which catches the attention of people. What next, there are three designated conservation areas here. All these places together make east Molesey a real-time eye catcher.
Fun fact: there are different French, Chinese, Greek, Indian, Italian and Nepalese restaurants in East Molesey
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