10 Reasons Why Brockley Will Sweep Property Hunters off Their Feet

Resting in an ideal location between Croydon and Shoreditch, this electrical ward is all set to become south-east London’s next big thing.

Yes, Brockley’s popularity is relatively newfangled. And it’s a huge surprise how this district never smoked out for property seekers before. It flaunts a unique concoction of wide open spaces, affordable house prices, and great community spirit. Let’s find out what else adds to the area’s appeal.

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#1: This area has won against East Dulwich.

The latter has been the poshest and most sought-after centre of property activities until now. But, this credit has been seized by the electoral ward. Did you know, East Dulwich has been outshone by the area in terms of online search statistics?

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#2: It’s perfectly located.

The area is perfect for commuters. Further, because it’s a conservation area, it is away from the humdrum city life. The area is in close vicinity of central London; it’s only 10 minutes away from Travel Zone 2 and 2 stops from the Jubilee line interchange. The East London Line has further eased commuting.

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#3: Local business is thriving despite recession.

How often does this happen? Darren Johnson, the local councillor of the electoral ward, says that the area is witnessing an ‘explosion’ in local business in spite of being subject to a series of nasty recessions. Indeed, there has been a steady rise in wacky local shops and great eateries here.

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#4: There are loads of quirky eateries and shops.

For early commuters, there’s The Broca to sip piping hot coffee, and The Toad’s Mouth to dig into some sophisticated food. And did you notice the creative offbeat mixing of a cafe-like aura with an art gallery in The Brockley Mess? There are lots of independent eateries around. The place is also a home to a well-known wine merchant. Find out who.

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#5: Properties are available at dead cheap rates.

The area is turning into an affordable property kernel – a spot where buying a property will not burn a hole in your pocketbook. Forget cash, if you have the taste, this is one area that will promise you all the goodness of a profitable property deal. Estate agents in Brockley suggest you hurry up before the prices rise.

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#6: There’s the Brockley Market to woo dwellers.

This is an aspect not many will talk about. But yes, this market is what’s responsible for the area’s unique and undisputed charm. Every Saturday, it pulls crowds from various walks of life, putting on display a plethora of merchandise.

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#7: It’s safe to live here.

The electoral ward has low crime rates. Newcomers say they can sense a great sense of community that binds the dwellers here. And according to the residents, people are there for one another. Needless to say, it’s amongst the safest places to live in south-east London.

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#8: The area offers opportunities for creative minds.

It is already popular for its off-centric exhibitions, comedy events, inclination towards theatres, and a host of arthouse film clubs. Did you know, a whopping fifty artists once showed up at Brockley Open Studios? Further, there’s good news for creative people – the Sunday Open Art Saloon has promised to be a connecting medium for local artists.

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#9: It’s rich in quality educational institutions.

There’s a girl’s school in the centre of the area that resembles Harry Potter’s Hogwarts. Brockley also has a number of primary schools, including Myatt Garden, St. John’s, and St. Mary Magdalen. Moreover, two hugely popular schools – Prendergast and Haberdashers’ Aske are nearby.Brockley7.jpg

#10: The open green spaces will sweep you off your feet.

The talk here is about places like Blythe Hill, Hilly Fields and the nature reserve of Brockley and Ladywell Cemeteries. Yes, the area is laden with green. Urbanisation here is subtle, not to cause inconvenience, but to protect the rustic ambiance.

All property seekers, this area definitely deserves your attention. Keep an eye on it.

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