Falling under the Borough of Southwark, South East London, SE17 comprises Walworth and Newington. The area is where you will find Old Kent Road, which has become famous from the English version of the Monopoly board game. The area has undergone a lot of regeneration over the years but also boasts a rich history. SE17 was once home to a number of well known people, past and present, including Sir Michael Caine and the unforgettable late Charlie Chaplin. A variety of attractions can be found in and around SE17, including the Cuming Museum, John Smith House, the Tibetan Peace Gardens, and St George’s Cathedral.
There are a number of offices for rent in SE17, and a wide range of businesses occupy the office and retail spaces in the area. In addition to doctors, chemists, newsagents and grocers, you will also find businesses such as education agencies, recording studios, charity offices and courier services.
Entertainment And Dining Out
If you are looking for entertainment to fill your evenings, you won’t have to travel far from SE17. Theatre lovers can head to The Coronet Theatre or the White Bear Theatre while classical music can be enjoyed at St Peter’s Church. A good choice of eateries means that you can sample a variety of cuisine in and around SE17. Sample the Chinese cooking at Dragon Castle, enjoy the delicious seafood at The Lobster Pot or enjoy South Asian cuisine at Kennington Tandoori.
You can benefit from easy access to Underground and mainline services as well as road links in SE17. For those wanting to use the Underground Network, Elephant & Castle and Kennington tube stations are within easy reach. You can also head to Elephant & Castle or London Bridge railway stations for access to mainline services. You will find secure car parking facilities in the area for those planning to drive or you can use reliable bus services or taxis for ground transportation.