Boxhill - is a well-known place situated in the North Downs in Surrey county, England. Hill's elevation above the ground equals to 172 metres. Boxhill is located not far from southern suburbs of London. Name of the hill - Boxhill - derives from the fact that on its flanks box trees grow around the chalk cliffs made by the River Mole that are called "Whites". Boxhill is most known for its reference in famous Jane Austen's novel "Emma" (1815).