For each person in the world there is a location that corresponds perfectly to him or her and will have everything he/she needs and wants. It will match their way of life and have a corresponding atmosphere. You are almost guaranteed to find this place in London, so a proper search is required, starting with the SE area.
It is one of the original postcode districts in London, created in 1857. It currently covers Boroughs of Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich, as well as parts of the Boroughs of Lambeth, Bexley and Bromley. The Sothern district has been split into multiple smaller areas in an effort to improve street signs and postal delivery, as well as make enhance the accuracy and ease of travel and navigation. There are twenty-eight of these subdivisions here now, spanning from SE1 to SE28, There are also the SE99 and SE1P codes that are non-geographic and instead are utilised by businesses for direct marketing and PO boxes.
One of these codes is SE19 and covers Upper Norwood and Crystal Palace, which are spread throughout the Boroughs of Croydon, Lambeth, Bromley, Southwark and Lewisham but all use the post town address of LONDON. SE19 is bordered by the SW16, SE20, SE21, SE25, SE26 and SE27 postcode districts meaning that Streatham, West Norwood, Dulwich, Sydenham, Anerly, Selhurst and many other places are close by. House prices here are about average when compared to the rest of London with flats ranging between around £170,000 to £328,000 for one to four bedrooms and houses costing from approximately £221,000 to £901,000. Studio flats go for roughly £252,000.
There is a good range of housing on offer here that includes 19th century housing Georgian and Victorian conversions, red brick homes and inter-war flats in Gipsy Hill, council flats in Norwood Park, multi-occupancy Victorian terraces in Westow Hill, 1860s villas near of Westow Park, cottages and 1960s homes near the canal, inter-war semis, council blocks, modern houses and flats and some late Victorian homes in Norwood, 1930s semis in Norwood New Town, late Victorian semis, 1960s town houses, mid-Victorian villas in Beulah Hill, and inter-war detached houses with garages in Spa Hill.
The most well known feature of the area is the 200 acre Crystal Palace Park. A former Victorian pleasure ground, it is now used as a venue for a variety of events as well as acting as place to visit in order to relax and take in the scenery. Scattered throughout are life-sized dinosaur models created by architect Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins. It was recently used to host events for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Motor racing has always been a fixture here and continues to be so. There is a wide array of Victorian design scattered throughout SE19, and Essex Mews was designed to be architecturally impressive. The area known as the Crystal Palace Triangle is home to numerous restaurants, independent shops and a large second hand market. Championship team Crystal Palace F. are based here.
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