We all want to live somewhere that feels right. Where everything goes smoothly, fits our lifestyle, has an atmosphere that we want and contains all the facilities we need and more. It can sometimes seem unlikely that weíll find such a place but the CR0 district in the London Region has got all of this covered.
CR0 is one of nine smaller areas that make up the larger Croydon ward. The others range from CR2 to CR9. These subdivisions have been gradually introduced since 1917 and have allowed for improvements to the postal service, as well as travel and navigation, which were enhanced by more precise locations and added information on street signs. The area was one of the first to have postcodes with three letters; being CRO. However, this was dropped and the code became CR0. There are several boroughs located within the Corydon municipality such as the Borough of Croydon and Merton. The CR9 postcode area her is non-geographic and so does not represent an actual place.
CR0 covers a wide area that includes such places as Croydon, Addiscombe, Shirley, Addington, New Addington, Forestdale, Waddon and Beddington. These are all within the Boroughs of Croydon and Sutton and use the post town address line of CROYDON. Itís large size means that it borders many different postcode areas including CR2, CR4, CR6, CR7, CR8, SM6, BR2, BR3, BR4 and more. Selsdon, Mitcham, Warlingham, Thornton Heath, Purley, Wallington, Bickley, Eden park, West Wickenham among others are all found in these places.
House prices in CR0 have had a slight increase in the past year but remain cheaper than most places in or around the London region. Homes start at around £152,000 and increase up to roughly £617,000 for five bedrooms, with flats costing between approximately £146,000 to £635,000 for one to four bedrooms. The most expensive homes here are in Bishops Walk, Birch Hill and Pine Coombe.
Croydon is one of the most transformed places in London, expanding year upon year, each time bettering itself. The main retail areas here are the Whitgift Centre and Centrale. These, among other places, make Croydon one of the biggest places to shop in the London region. Other places of interest here include the Fairfields Art Centre, which also doubles as a concert hall, the Warehouse Theatre, Croydon Clocktower that includes the Croydon Museum. Many open spaces can be found here.
Addiscombe boasts many bus routes which allow for easy travel throughout the area. It has undergone much regeneration in the past few years, with many improvement to itís railway stations. Shirley is a suburban area with many churches, best known for itís Windmill. Addington is close by to countryside and forests, that has plans to improve itís shopping area and develop new homes. Forestdale is a village with many cul-de-sacs, Waddon contains various ponds coming from the Wandle river, Addington features many old buildings and a popular cricket club and Beddington is a leading suburb for itís low energy housing scheme.
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