Shared Ownership Properties in South London
Many first-time buyers worry that the prospect of home ownership is beyond their reach. With Shared Ownership homes in South London though, that doesn’t have to be the case. They can help make that vital first step onto the property ladder more accessible, just as Help to Buy homes in South London provide wonderfully affordable options to buyers.
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Absolutely every part of London is special. There is not a single part of this fair city that we don’t consider to be interesting or exciting in one way or another. In fact, in South London alone, the amount of locations which are astonishingly beautiful and special places to live is absolutely dazzling.
Whether you choose to lay your hat in Clapham, Greenwich, Crystal Palace, Peckham or anywhere else that makes up this magnificent part of the capital, we think you’ll be spellbound by the sheer number of treasures found in each.
So, why exactly, if every part of London is special, should you choose South London?
Well, it all comes down to a matter of preference to an extent. Each part of the capital has its own history, its own culture and its own eccentricities. Some may simply appeal to you more than others. We’re all individuals and we all have our own preferences, after all. That’s why we wouldn’t say that one part of South London is necessarily better than another, just as we wouldn’t say South London is necessarily better than another part of the city.
However, what we will say is that what really appeals to so many about South London is its ability to balance both the buzz of the capital and a peaceful side, which provides the very best of both worlds to its lucky residents.
Often, people imagine that living in London means saying goodbye to all those gorgeous green spaces, but there are plenty of sprawling natural settings in South London which prove that is not the case. Just check out Crystal Palace Park, the Thames Edge in Greenwich and the National Maritime Museum for examples of the more tranquil side of London. It just so happens that plenty of that is also on the southside.
However, don’t think that means you have to compromise when it comes to being on the cutting-edge of art, culture and nightlife. Not only does South London more than hold its own in this regard – check out seven storeys of culture at Peckham Levels or head for cocktails at the First Aid Box for proof of that – but it also boasts excellent transport links. So, if there is something you fancy elsewhere in the city, you shouldn’t be much more than a short journey away.