We can spend a long time searching for that perfect home and yet we may never find it. This would be a shame because there are so many great places to live just out there waiting for us. If you want to find your dream home then all you have to do is explore the London region, specifically the SW17 area. It has everything you could ever want and so why not learn a little more about it?.
SW17 is one of twenty-eight other postcode subsections that make up the larger South Western districts. These codes range between SW1A to SW10 for London and SW11 to SW20 for Battersea. These newer areas started to be introduced in 1917 as a means to improve mail delivery services, street signs as well as travel and navigation. SW95 is another postcode you may encounter here but it is count one of the main areas because it is non-geographic. SW is one of the original London postcode areas and covers a range of Boroughs such as Westminster, Richmond Upon Thames and several more.
The SW17 code is only used in Tooting and parts of Mitcham, both of which are in the Wandsworth borough and use the post town line of LONDON. SW17 reaches the outskirts of the main London region and borders SW11, SW12, SW16, SW18, SW19 and CR4 (Croydon), meaning that Battersea, Balham, Norbury, Wandsworth, Merton, Wimbledon and Mitcham are all close by. There has been a major increase in the price of homes here in the past year or so. They can start at around £452,000 for one bedroom and increase gradually up to roughly £1,469,000 for five bedrooms. Flats are unsurprisingly cheaper, ranging between about £248,000 to £546,000 for one to four bedrooms. The most expensive homes here are in Wandle Road and Brodrick Road.
The area of Tooting has been developed often since the Victorian era. It boasts the largest swimming pool in the UK and it has been used multiple times in television and film. It is also home to St Georgeís Hospital that acts as the leading teaching hospital in the country. Open spaces here include Tooting Commons that contains many examples of wildlife and has been visited by famous figures in itís history. There is a wide range of restaurants here, featuring food from many different countries. Wimbledon Stadium acts as a venue for various events such as greyhound and speedway racing.
Mitcham has been consistently developed both financially and residentially over the years making it a fine place to live. Mitcham Common is the local open space and contains Mitcham Cricket Green. It is a very diverse area with people of many national origins and religions living here. There is a large collection of notable buildings her including Eagle House, Mitcham Common Windmill, the Watermead Fishing Cottages, Mitcham Public library an several more. There are numerous railway stations here and it has been home to notable people such as Jo Brand, Noel Fielding and Chris Powell.
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