Part of the boroughs of Wandsworth and Merton, SW17 comprises Tooting and Mitcham. A diverse area with plenty of character, Tooting is one of the 35 major centres in Greater London. SW17 in general boasts a rich history and plenty of culture. It has also been home to a number of well known people over the years, including comedian Paul Merton, actor George Cole and musician Richard Strange. There are a number of attractions and places of interest within easy reach of SW17. This includes Brixton Windmill, the Dulwich Picture Gallery and Sambrooke’s Brewery.
The range of retail and office space across SW17 is taken by a number of different businesses. The types of businesses that operate from here can vary based on which part of SW17 you are in. Some of the business types include computer consultants, marketing experts, communications consultants, film production services, recording studios and market research firms.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Plenty of entertainment can be found within easy reach of SW17. Some of the nearby venues include the historic Ritzy Cinema for a unique movie experience, Battersea Arts Centre for a taste of culture and Banana Cabaret for an evening of laughter. The dining options on offer will ensure you always find something to tempt your taste buds. Tiger Restaurant serves up delicious South East Asian food while the French Cafe is a great place to sample fine French cuisine. For a taste of Spain you can head to The Lounge Spanish Tapas Bar.
Transport links across SW17 are good and you will find a number of links depending on whereabouts you are in the area. You can access the underground network from Tooting Bec and Balham tube stations while Streatham and Streatham Hill railway stations provide access to mainline services. Efficient over ground transportation is available via the various taxis and buses that serve the area.