Part of the Borough of Greenwich, SE7 covers the Charlton area in South East London. SE7 is a mostly residential area and is home to the Jacobean Charlton House. This in turn is home to Britain’s oldest Mulberry Tree, which was planted in 1608 on instruction from James I. SE7 is also where you will find the burial place of the only British Prime Minister to ever have been assassinated, Spencer Perceval, who is buried at St Luke’s Church. In addition to its rich history, SE7 also boasts easy access to a variety of attractions and places of interest, such as Rangers House, the Old Royal Navy College and of course the area’s very own Charlton House.
There are a number of areas with retail and office space across SE7, with a diverse array of businesses occupying them. Amongst the companies and professionals that you will find in the area are exhibition services, freight companies, designers, printers, many doctors and healthcare providers, and a variety of other businesses and professionals.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You will find plenty of entertainment within easy reach of SE7, so you can fill your evenings in a variety of ways. Some of the venues you will find within easy reach of the area include Blackheath Concert Halls for classical music, a range of events at the fabulous O2 and theatre performances at Brick Lane Music Hall. There are also some great eateries to choose from in SE7. Try the South Asian cuisine at the Royal Nepalese, enjoy tasty Italian at Zizzi or head to The Vanbrugh for great British dishes.
You can choose from a variety of modes of transport in SE7 to help you get around with greater ease and convenience. Charlton and Westcombe Park railway stations provide easy access to mainline services. There are a number of secure car parks in the area, providing facilities for those who are planning to drive. You can also benefit from ground transportation using the taxis and bus services in the area.