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What's it like to live in Walworth?

What kind of people live around here? How does it compare to the areas around?

Asked on Apr 23 2008, General in London | Report content

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  • It's all good, transport links are excellent, the area used to have quite a bad rep, but it's undergoing renovation. Definitely on the up. Been living here for 6 months, no issues so far, about to move flat, to another in Walworth!

    Answered on Mar 28 2010, Report content
  • Hi, We would suggest that you get in touch with local estate agents in order to get some background about the area. You can search for agents using the ‘find agents’ tab on the top of the Zoopla Page. We hope this helps.

    Answered on Oct 4 2013, Report content
  • Walworth is an excellent area to live in. It is especially convenient if you work in the city or Westminster. The best properties are those situated just off Walworth Road itself around the conservation area. The properties around Sutherland square go for £1.2m. The spill-over effect mean that the properties with the most potential to rise in value are in the streets nearby but still within the conservation area. Fielding street has featured in many BBC dramas and can be seen in the Richard Branson Virgin Mobile advert on youtube. Southwark council has strong links with the film industry and according to the Southwark Film Office website "has a lot of filming going on in the streets and has been a location for some high profile films and series like 'Doctor Who' and 'Harry Potter', to gritty dramas like 'Spooks' and 'Luther', from adverts for Ford, Sainsbury's and pop videos for N-Dubz and all happens here." There is a strong sense of community spirit and the local residents associations are very active. The primary schools have been rated 'Outstanding' by OFSTED. Everyone knows about the multi-billion pound redevelopment at Elephant and Castle. Much of the marketing of these properties have been aimed at the rich buyers in emerging markets of east Asia. As an investment, now is the best time to buy before prices rocket. If buying-to-let then rental yields are very healthy as this is a great location for tourists wanting to visit the Houses of Parliament and the Southbank.

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    Answered on Jun 18 2014, Report content

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