Whatever your outlook on life then youíre sure to find a place that corresponds to it in the London region. From bustling cities, to quiet residential areas to serene countryside you are guaranteed to find somewhere that is right for you and the best way to search it by looking carefully at each postcode district.
One area thatís definitely worth a look at is the SE (South Eastern) region that encompasses most of the Boroughs of Southwark, Lewisham and Greenwich, as well as some parts of the Boroughs of Lambeth, Bexley and Bromley. It is one of the original London postcode areas established in 1857 and was expanded by amalgamating parts of the obsolete S district and then in 1917 it was divided into several sub areas, as was the rest of London. There are thirty of these currently a part of SE, ranging from SE1 to SE28m as well as SE1P and SE99 which arenít tied to a specific area because they are non-geographic postcodes used by businesses for direct marketing and PO Boxes.
One of these areas is SE24, with this code being used in Herne Hill and part of Tusle Hill which are in Lambeth and Southwark respectively but share the same post town address of LONDON. It shares itís borders with the SE5, SE21, SE22, SE27, SW2 and SW9 areas so this means that that Camberwell, Dulwich, East/West Dulwich, West Norwood, Brixton, Stockwell are close by. House prices here are on the low end, with homes costing from £389,000 to £1,092,100 for two and six bedrooms respectively with the middle ground of a three bedroom house being approximately £497,900. Flats start at about £210,900 for one bedroom and increase to £299,200 for two bedrooms, £331,900 for three bedrooms and £464,100 for four bedrooms. Studio flats cost roughly £177,000.
There are various types of house here, including large Victorian properties in the area dubbed Poetís Corner, cul-de-sacs in Shakespeare Road, high-rise blocks in Dulwich Road, smaller Victorian terraces, detached villas, mansion blocks and more are within the eastern part of the area, inert-war semis on Denmark Hill, as well as rural cottages, more villas, late Victorian and Edwardian homes among others in the rest of the area.
The area is home to many festivals and events including Gay Pride parades, and marches for and against various causes. There are open spaces including Brockwell Park and Sunray Gardens . There are various sports facilities and fitness centres scattered around. East Dulwich is the centre for shopping and many fine restaurants can be found in Clapham. The Half Moon pub is an institution in the area and hosts live music events.
There are various buses running in the area and the tube is available but train stations are the main transport hubs in SE24.
If youíre eager to move into the area now, then you should get in touch with Man and Van. As a top removal firm we can assist you in everyway possible to make your relocation swift, safe and successful. When you phone us on 020 3743 9354 we can begin to give you advice, answer any questions you may have and give you full details on all of our services
. When you come to a decision we will be able to provide a complimentary, no obligation quote.
Once parking space has been arranged with Lambeth
councils then we will be at your old home and take care of packing, large furniture and appliance removal, transportation storage and more and then take it to and help set everything up for you in your new SE24 home.