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28 Knights Hill
West Norwood
London
SE27 0HY

Why move to West Norwood?

With an attractive blend of pretty Victorian homes and modern developments, West Norwood offers leafy streets, plenty of green spaces, a friendly community and more for your money than nearby Dulwich. Plus there's easy links into London on the train and one of London's most exciting new street markets, the monthly West Norwood Feast which is attracting a younger crowd to the area.

Some things to love about living in West Norwood

West Norwood is an up-and-coming vibrant, multicultural area with great transport links. West Norwood offers more home for your money than neighbouring East Dulwich.

  • Norwood Park is a well loved local park with an active friends group. There are good views North over Central London, a water play area, a cafe and plans for a new skate park.
  • The South London Theatre in the old fire station is a long standing amateur dramatics group.
  • The picture house group owner of the Brixton Ritzy and Clapham Picture House have plans for a four screen cinema, restaurant and bar on the site of the old library.
  • A new swimming pool, health and council service centre is due to open its doors in spring next year, designed by leading architects Alford Hall Monaghan Morris.
  • B & Q offers solutions to all your DIY needs.
  • The high street offers a great deli, bakery, and fishmonger. There are also numerous coffee shops and supermarkets.

  • A little bit of history

    Need to know

    Our area is undergoing some exciting changes at the moment with the ongoing redevelopment of Norwood High Street, a new school being built on Wolfington Road and a new health and leisure centre springing up on the former site of Norwood Hall.

    Shopping

    Every first Sunday of the month, West Norwood is home to one of London's most exciting markets. In collaboration with the local community The Feast was created by the team behind Brixton Market's transformation into a foodie heaven. It aims to be not just a place to go shopping but a community hub that celebrates diversity. The volunteer-run market is made up of the Artisan's Market, Food Fair, Gardener's Corner and Retro Village and attracts stalls and shoppers from all over West Norwood and London.

    West Norwood Fish Mongers on Norwood Road and Scotch Meats on Rosendale Road are also worth checking out.

    WITH AN ATTRACTIVE BLEND OF PRETTY VICTORIAN HOMES AND MODERN DEVELOPMENTS, WEST NORWOOD OFFERS LEAFY STREETS, PLENTY OF GREEN SPACES AND A FRIENDLY COMMUNITY.

    Transport

    By Train:

    West Norwood, Tulse Hill and West Dulwich run frequent service to London Bridge and London Victoria in around 20 minutes as well as services to Farringdon, Blackfriars, Kings Cross, Wimbledon and Croydon.

    By Bus:

    West Norwood is well-served by Transport for London's bus network, with buses to Brixton, Victoria, Waterloo, Euston, Vauxhall, Balham, Brixton, Elephant and Castle, Clapham Common, Clapham South, Wimbledon Common, Russell Square, Charing Cross and Tottenham Court Road. Night buses run to Charing Cross and Tottenham Court Road.

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