Serviced Office Space SE3
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Part of the boroughs of Greenwich and Lewisham, SE3 comprises Blackheath, Kidbrooke and Westcombe Park, although most of the area is made up of Blackheath. SE3 is an attractive area that is mostly residential and boasts some very ornate Georgian and Victorian architecture. England’s first golf club was founded in SE3 in the early 1600s by James I and the Hockey and Rugby clubs here are among the oldest in the world. In addition to enjoying the rich history and diverse culture that can be found throughout SE3 you will also find yourself within easy reach of a range of attractions, such as Greenwich Park or the Christchurch Centre.
A range of retail and office space can be found throughout SE3, with a diverse variety of businesses and professionals based in the area. Among the businesses that you will find in SE3 are tax offices, financial companies, property developers, estate agents, estate management firms, and business consultants.
Entertainment And Dining Out
If you are looking for evening entertainment, you will find plenty right on the doorstep in SE3. If you enjoy classical music, you will love the entertainment at Blackheath Concert Halls, whereas if you are a movie buff the Greenwich Picturehouse is the place to go. Up the Creek is a local comedy club that provide fabulous entertainment for those looking for an evening of laughter. There are also plenty of places to eat out in and around SE3, so you can sample all sorts of cuisine in a range of settings. For South Asian cuisine, give Royal Nepalese a try or if you enjoy hearty British food The Vanbrugh is the place to go.
You will find a number of transport links at your disposal in the SE3 area, enabling you to get around conveniently and easily. You can access mainline train services from Westcombe Park and Maze Hill railway stations. You can also benefit from convenient road transportation via the reliable bus services and taxis that frequently run through the area.