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Nonsuch Park House Sutton solid wood worktops. Transpose 2002 sculpture Sutton solid wood worktops. Prime oak solid wood worktops are a popular choice in Sutton.

Situated on the lower slopes of the North Downs, the town of Sutton sits within the Sutton Borough, in South London. Comprising 607 hectares of green space and 16 parks, the borough itself is one of London's greenest, and sports nine public libraries and a number of grade II listed buildings. With a passion for the preservation of wildlife, the town of Sutton comprises four conservation areas (as well as several in the wider borough).

What's more, the intriguing town centre is also home to an eclectic array of public art. This includes 'The Messenger' bronze sculpture of a horse and rider, made by David Wynne OBE in 1981 and located outside Quadrant House, as well as 'Transpose 2002', an impressive, geometric sculpture produced from Chinese granite and stainless steel by sculptor Michael Dan Archer in 2002, which sits at the junction of Carshalton Road and Longley Park Road.

With evident appreciation for both the beauty of nature and the quality of fine craftsmanship, it comes as no surprise to us that our beautiful solid wood worktops are a popular choice for homeowners in Sutton. In particular, our full stave iroko worktops are one of our best-sellers for the region, with deep chestnut hues and a stunning golden lustre that make for a beautiful and eye-catching statement work surface. We also have a collection of laminate worktops alongside a carefully curated selection of Earthstone surfaces - enabling us to provide options to suit every style and budget.

Interested in placing an order with us for your fabulous new worktops? Our Redhill showroom is just over 10 miles away, and orders can be made there, via our website, or by telephone or email. Simply telephone 0345 22 22 644 or email to get in touch with a member of our knowledgeable sales team.

Order your worktops by 12 noon for next day delivery to Sutton.

Image Use:
"Nonsuch Park House " by Dr Neil Clifton is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
"Transpose 2002 sculpture" by A P Monblat is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0