Five Wonderful Areas in Greater London to Live in

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There is very little doubt that London is one of the best cities in the world to live in. Places such as Chelsea, Westminster and Greenwich are of course really popular and they are known as being pretty desirable. But there are quite a few other, lesser known places in the capital that are definitely worth checking out when you are looking for a district to relocated in London to. Here we are giving you five offers that might be of interest to you.

The suburban jewel of Bexley

Blackfen DA15 is a comfortable residential areas in the London Borough of Bexley that provides all the peace and quiet that a person can be looking for. Most of the houses here are occupied by their owners. This is a clear indication that the local community is pretty strong indeed. In many respects Blackfen is your typical classical British village or small town from the beginning of the 20th century – with buildings dating from the 1920s, a few local churches and the mandatory pub. The two main shopping areas here are concentrated on Blackfen Road and The Oval. If you are looking for reliable and affordable moving services, you can definitely count on a man and van in Blackfen DA15 from Trace Elliot.

One important place for the history of music

Another one of our offers is in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Our top notch man and van experts in Hayes UB3, UB4 will help you relocate here, but here is why. Hayes is located at a comfortable distance from Central London. There are 95 763 people living here in accordance to the last census. One of the most popular claims to fame to the area are the EMI studious, where most of the really popular albums by The Beatles were recorded, including Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Adam and Eve, a public house established in the 17th century is another notable local landmark.

A town in its own right

Grand Department Store in CroydonThe town of Croydon is one of the biggest towns of Greater London. It lies to the south of The City and is the administrative, commercial and cultural centre of the borough of the same name. The first time the town came into prominence was in the 1920s when the Croydon airport was opened.

Near the heart

If you do not want to stay too far away from Central London but you would prefer to avoid the major hassle and stress, there are two areas that you’d might consider:

  • Brixton is a town in the London Borough of Lambeth. It is one of the 35 major centres of London as identified by the London Plan, and it lies just 2.7 miles away from Charing Cross.
  • Camden, another major borough centre, lies to the northwest of Central London. It is famous for its bohemian atmosphere and hip culture. It is also home to a large number of major tourist attractions, including none other than The British Museum and the King’s Cross Railway Station.