When it comes down to it the key thinks we want from a home are a feeling of security and contentment. This can come from the house itself but the area plays a large part. We want somewhere that will entertain and interest us. We want a place that we help us to grow as a person and allow us to experience and do new things. London can offer all of this and searching suing postcode areas can guarantee you’ll get what you want.
The SE, or South-Eastern postcode district is responsible for most of the Boroughs of Lewisham, Southwark and Greenwich, as well as some parts of the Boroughs of Lambeth, Bromley and Bexley. SE was one of London’s original postcodes that were originally developed in 1857. It merged with parts of the S area in 1868 and it would only be in 1917 when further developments occurred. At this point to the present all parts of London have had subdivisions created and now SE has thirty of them ranging from SE1 to SE28. The additional two codes are SE1P and SE99 which are non-geographic postcodes are used for direct marketing and PO Poxes by businesses, rather than corresponding to a significant area.
SE20 encompasses the Anerley district which itself includes Anarley, Penge, and parts of Beckenham and Crystal Place. These are all located in the Borough of Bromley and have the post town address of LONDON. SE20 is right on the edge of London and is bordered by SE19, SE25, SE26 and the Kent region, meaning that Norwood, Selhurst, Sydenham, Ashford, Canterbury and more are close by. The house prices in the area are cheaper than most London homes. The most expensive options are naturally houses, With them spanning from £169,700 to £700,100 for one and six homes respectively, with the middle ground of a three bedroom home costing at around £286,800. Flats are cheaper and start at roughly £149,400 for a single bedroom and gradually go up for each additional room until a five bedroom flat which will cost approximately £437,500. The most inexpensive option is a studio flat in the region of £138,300.
The houses in the area range from neo-Jacobean Watermen and Lightermen's Almshouses, Victorian homes, semi-detached, terraced cottages to 60s town houses.
There are facilities for a variety of sports available, from the popular to the obscure. Crystal Palace Park is a major tourist spot and a great place to have fun or relax. There are theatre and cinema venues, many restaurants, numerous stores, a market and more. There are many train stations here, as well as an ample bus service.
The only thing that can make a relocation to the SE20 area better would be a swift and easy move. This can be easily achieved by getting in touch with Man and Van on 020 3743 9354
. Here we will answer your questions, give you useful advice and give you more information on moving home. We can provide full information on all of our services and when you have an idea of what you want we’ll provide a complimentary, no commitment quote that will establish our great prices.
Book parking space with Bromley Council
and we can have our skilled team at your door, ready to get to work. We’ll assist you with all of your packing, large furniture and appliances removals, transportation, storage space and more. This can all be taken care of within a few depending on the size of your home and the number of goods that need to be transported. Everything here can be within your grasp just by giving us a call.