Whatever reason you have for moving home, youíre sure to find the right place in the London region. Itís such a vast and exciting area that it include everything you possibly want from quiet countryside, simple suburban lifestyles and even fast paced city living. Taking this into consideration means that you have to search properly so you find the place that is right for you.
The South Eastern (SE) postcode is one of the original London postcode areas that was created in 1857 and since then it has gradually changed into the area it is today. Rather than just one all-encompassing code, it now uses multiple others that represent smaller areas. There are currently twenty-eight of these subdivisions here, spanning from SE1 to SE28. This scheme was introduced as an effort to improve mail delivery and street signs, as well as making navigation and travel easier and more accurate. There are also two other pesticides here; SE99 and SE1P that donít correspond to a specific location but are instead used for direct marketing and PO boxes by businesses.
SE7 covers the Charlton area, which is in the Borough of Greenwich and has the post town of LONDON. It is bordered by the River Thames and the SE3, SE10, SE18 and E16 areas, meaning that Blackheath, Greenwich, Woolwich, Silvertown and more are nearby. Despite not being far from the centre of London the house prices are fairly cheap. Flats range from around £150,000 to £228,000 for one to three rooms and houses start at about £257,000 for two rooms and increase to £502,000 for five bedrooms.
Over the years, Charlton has defined convention and remained a village despite the considerable urbanisation of London. Most of the housing here stems from the Victorian and post-war years, but some modern dwellings exist. Near the high street are Georgian terrace, and St. Luke's Cottages. The western part of the areas consists of many low-rise flats, with some terraced housing. The most popular of these are near parks and the river and some of these homes contain sizeable gardens.
Charlton House is one of the key landmarks here, and today includes the Grand Salon, the Long Gallery and the White Room. The Charlton Toy Library operates here, and has facilities for children to play and other activities. The gardens are another popular part of the area that features some splendid greenery, Hornfair Park, forest areas, and Maryon Park and Maryon Wilson Park. Sports lovers will be interested in the bowling green, tennis courts and playgrounds here, and Championship side Charlton Athletic F. are based here in The Valley stadium. There are main road, several railway stations and many buses that make transportation easy.
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