A huge residential district in the heart of the Borough of Greenwich, Westcombe Park is a popular area located in London’s south east. The district has been home to former residents like Jools Holland, Stephan Andersen, Vic Reeves, and Bob Mortimer. Westcombe Park is close to a variety of sights and attractions for residents and visitors to enjoy. The proximity of Greenwich means that the Royal Observatory is quite close by while the National Maritime Museum, the Imperial War Museum and Old Royal Navy College are also within easy reach. The area is also within easy reach of Buckingham Palace while Tower Bridge and Big Ben are just a short walk away.
Westcombe Park has a number of businesses and professionals occupying office space. Business types include building and construction firms, home & office utility installation & maintenance, building material suppliers, counselling services, photographers, translation services and land surveyors.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Westcombe Park has a healthy entertainment scene with Up the Creek offering some great comedy acts while the O2 Arena is a big name when it comes to the live music scene. There are plenty of theatres around, such as the Bonnie Bird Theatre and The Albany while cinema goers can head to the Greenwich Picturehouse or Roxy Bar & Screen for a unique movie watching experience. Eating establishments in Westcombe Park are extremely diverse and offer everything from African food to East Asian delights. Royal Nepalese brings food from the Himalayan region to the area while The Wharf serves up great local dishes. The Spread Eagle offers European cooking and Numidie is the place to enjoy a taste of Africa.
Westcombe Park is connected to the London underground via the North Greenwich tube station. The Overground lines can be accessed from Westcombe Park Railway Station as well as Charlton Railway Station while the efficient bus services and taxi networks make road transport more convenient.