Area Guide for South East London

From London South Bank to Greenwich and extending as far south to Penge, South East London is a place of wonderful diversity and culture. Properties here are more affordable compared with many other places of London, and this makes it popular with young professionals and families.

You will find all types of style and architecture in southeast London to suit all needs and wants, from contemporary apartments in trendy, urban areas like Bermondsey or Vauxhall to substantial Victorian villas in Crystal Palace and Sydenham.

Families moving to the area can expect a good choice of schools, from independent fee-paying schools to local primaries and academies that are highly rated by Ofsted.

Places to go in South East London include Greenwich Park and Royal Observatory, the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill and the Dulwich Picture gallery situated in heart of the stunning Dulwich Village.

National Rail and overground train services are the best way to get around which now also connect you to East and North London. Other South East London travel links include the DLR, connecting Lewisham and Greenwich with Canary Wharf and the City.