New Homes in South East London
From to , and , new homes in South East London encompass some of the capital’s largest and most notable boroughs. With such a diverse corner of covered, the area offers houses to suit a range of tastes and budgets.
Live the South East London life
Whichever part of South East London you have your eye on, there are lots of great areas, attractions, schools and transport links to draw you in. So set your sights on your new home, and make sure you check our latest offers to see if you could benefit from a deal like our Movemaker scheme, which could save you a small fortune on agents’ fees.
Things to see and do in South East London
This corner of London contains some of the capital’s most iconic landmarks, a number of which are recognised around the world. From Greenwich Park with its Royal Observatory and Prime Meridian Line to the O2 Arena and Tower Bridge, other attractions include the National Maritime Museum and Bromley’s Jubilee Country Park. Pleasant open spaces include Martins Hill, Crofton Wood and Garthorne Road Nature Reserve in Lewisham.
Whether you’re hitting the local markets for fresh produce or vintage goods or going for riverside walks, drinks or meals, you can also visit parks like Bromley Park, Deptford Park and Sydenham Wells Park. There are also plenty of other natural spots, cultural draws and sporting facilities to keep you occupied.
There’s an array of high performing schools across South East London, with some of the top primary examples including Greenwich’s Millennium Primary, Upton Primary in Bexley and Lewisham’s St Margaret’s Lee CofE. All of these schools are rated as outstanding by Ofsted, along with St Thomas More Catholic Primary in Bexleyheath, Holy Cross Catholic Primary in Catford and Bromley’s Burnt Ash Primary.
At secondary level, children in Bromley can continue on to the outstanding Bullers Wood School or Harris Academy in Bexleyheath, while Prendergast School in Lewisham, St Ursula’s Convent School in Greenwich and Bexley’s Beths Grammar School and Townley Grammar School are all in the education board’s top category.
South East London transport links
Although the London Underground doesn’t stretch to many parts of South East London, the area still benefits from Overground services and a wide array of local train stations. The DLR is also a great way to get around the north of the area, while there are plenty of bus routes you can use too. If you have a car then you’ll have good access to the M25 if you live in the south east of the area, while Gatwick Airport is also convenient if you’re in the south west.
The South East London property scene
House prices in the area are a little lower than the London average, but a significant amount of regeneration across South East London is set to benefit property prices. The time to invest is now, as you get ahead of the curve with your next move.Whether you’re looking at homes in places like Bexley, Bromley, Greenwich or Lewisham, you can also find some wonderful new homes just the other side of the River Thames, courtesy of developments like Upton Gardens with its stunning 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. They won’t be around for long, so give us a call today and make sure you ask your adviser if you could take up an offer such as the government’s scheme.