Lewisham lies just a few miles south-east of Central London. A borough given a little more than just a fresh coat of paint in recent years. In fact, this area has seen plenty in the way of renovation. Including, a transformation of the town centre and a brand-new riverside park. As such, it moved at lightning-speed into the ‘up-and-comer’ category a couple of years back. Then, in the blink of an eye, it became highly sought-after, courtesy of its affordable homes and fantastic transport links. Read on to discover developments that are rated the best places to live in Lewisham. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in Lewisham.
Great local pizza place downstairs and hopefully more opening up soon, Blackheath itself just a 10 minute walk with the village and all it’s amenities just a little further. Literally couldn’t get any closer to Lewisham station which has both quick trains into the city and DLR for links to Greenwich/Canary wharf and beyond. No noise once inside the building but can get busy down on the street. Large tesco just a few minutes walk away. Only downside is parking, no free parking in the area and 1 parking bay for the entire building you need to book ahead.
Please review your development:
Good flat layout and building design, lifts have a secure system to only allow residents up. Only downside has been lift reliability, used to be common to have one lift out of order but less so recently.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
As mentioned, parking is an issue in the area and the building does not provide any.
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Good to fix any issues as and when they appear. Previous emergency issues with hot water and out of order lifts during weekend hours took longer than expected.