SE21 falls under the Boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth, and includes areas such as Dulwich, Dulwich Village, and parts of Tulse Hill. Dulwich actually comprises a number of areas within itself, including East and West Dulwich as well as Dulwich Village. The history of the area goes back many centuries, and Dulwich was actually seized by King Henry VIII in the 1500s and then sold to Thomas Calton for just over £600. Today, SE21 is a vibrant and diverse area that is close to a variety of sights and attractions, such as Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Horniman Museum and the Horniman Aquarium.
You will find a range of professionals and businesses in operation in SE21, with many taking up retail and office space in various parts of the area. In addition to the usual newsagents, retailers, doctors’ and dental surgeries, and chemists, you will also find businesses such as booksellers, financial institutions, surveyors, music management and promotion companies, and photographers.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You can look forward to convenient access to entertainment, with something to suit all tastes within easy reach of SE21. If you adore movies you can head to the Ritzy Cinema, which is close by. The O2 is only a short distance too, and offers a programme of exciting entertainment all through the year. If you love eating out, you will have plenty of choice available when it comes to restaurants and cuisine. The Pavilion Cafe is a great place for a sandwich and a coffee or for reasonably priced but delicious Italian you can make your way to Pizza Express. Delicious international cuisine can be enjoyed at Beauberry House.
When it comes to transport links, you will find a number of options available in SE21. West and North Dulwich railway stations are within easy reach and there are also reliable bus services and taxis.