The surprisingly normal village 20 miles from London, home to Andy Murray and a whole host of football players
Less than 20 miles from central London in northeast Surrey, this village appears to be a natural home for some of the greatest stars in British sport.
The residents include Wimbledon, Premier League and Champions League winners.
Still, if you take a trip around the village, you will be forgiven for having absolutely no idea about its famous residents.
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The village of Oxshott has a modest population of just under 5,000 and has existed for nearly 1,000 years, known as Occesete in 1179.
You can get to Waterloo in just 38 minutes from Oxshott Train Station, which gives residents great transport links into the city, which may explain why the rich and famous love it so much.
Amenities available include a nearby village elementary school and a number of nearby private and international secondary and preparatory schools.
There is also a sports club, a range of shops, and a pub and brasserie where residents can eat or have a pint.
The village has a significant number of residential houses and parishes, most of which are occupied by famous names.
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Perhaps the most iconic of them is the two-time Wimbledon and Olympic champion Andy Murray, 34, who does not yet live in the village with his wife Kim, 33, and their four children Sophia, 5, Edie, 3, Teddy, 1 and their ace 1 publicly named baby who was born in March.
One of Andy’s neighbors happens to be another national sports star, ex-English football player turned expert Jamie Redknapp, 48, whom Andy has embarrassed to admit that Kim has a bit of a crush.
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Elsewhere in the village lives another former English player and Champions League winner, John Terry, 40.
He owns a number of properties in the area as part of his growing real estate empire, which is believed to be worth around £ 40 million.
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There’s even a £ 16 million mega-mansion owned by the Sultan of Oman that was sold to him by John Terry before moving to another location in the village.
Other notable names who have lived or lived in the village in the recent past include David Lloyd, who is a tennis and now a gym empire, former soccer players Graeme Le Saux and Didier Drogba, and muse bass player Chris Wolstenholme.
You can never guess from the pictures of the village, which looks like a normal one!
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