London is a place many people live and you to could be one of them. If you're moving into London for the first time or you're just relocating from one part to another then you should be prepared for everything the region has to offer. It's diverse and has all you could ever want. So when looking for a home here it's best you look carefully using each postcode district so that you make the correct choice.
The South-Eastern (SE) postcode is one of London's original postcodes that originated in 1857. It merged with the now defunct S region in 1868 and in 1917 it was expanded to include multiple subdivisions in order to make mail delivery easier and more accurate, as well improve the information on street signs and allow for more precise navigation. There are thirty if these areas within SE ranging from SE1 to SE28, alongside two non-geographic postcodes, SE1P and SE99 that are used by different businesses for PO boxes and direct marketing, rather than being tied to any specific area. The SE postcode is used in most of the Boroughs of Greenwich, Southwark, Lewisham, as well as some parts of the Boroughs of Bromley, Lambeth and Bexley.
The SE14 area is one of the smaller areas in the South Eastern region as it only is used within New Cross in Lewisham. It's Post town address is LONDON. It is bordered by SE4, SE8, SE15 and SE16 meaning that Brockley, Deptford, Peckham, Nunhead, Bermondsey and Rotherhithe all are nearby. Houses prices here are good for the area, with flats costing approximately £169,500, £224,300 and £281,900 for one, two and three bedrooms. Homes starts at around £270,100 for two bedrooms, increasing to £553,800 for four bedrooms and then to £990,900 for six bedrooms. Studio flats cost about £123,800.
Hatcham Estate is a popular area live here and includes houses and apartments, Victorian homes are common in in the eats of the area, as are flats above retail properties. In the north features more Victorian era homes, as well as terraces with two to five bedrooms. Post war low-rise blocks have are common for first time buyers and the west end of the area has short terraces, alongside affordable key-worker housing.
There are many pars and pubs in the area as well as music venues such as the Venue are popular with famous names such as Blur, Dire Straits and Squeeze. Goldsmith College is here and is very well regarded and is located next to modern dance school the Laban Centre. Telegraph Hill Park is the areas major open space and is a great place for walks and it holds regular arts festivals. A nearby community centre is used by many different clubs and organisations. The Combined Heat & Power Station on Surrey Canal Road, was the premiere refuse to power station in the country. Championship side Millwall F. have their home ground, The Den, close by.
With a wide range of transport and regeneration improving the area SE14 is a great place to live and you can be there within days if you get in touch with Man and Van. As an expert removal firm we can make your move easier as soon as you phone us on 020 3743 9354
. We'll give you advice and can provide a free quote. When parking has been booked with Lewisham Council
we can be at your door ready to tackle all of your packing and furniture and appliance removals. We will then have everything loaded onto our transport and taken straight to your new home in the SE14 area.