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SE9

Eltham, New Eltham, Mottingham and Falconwood

Trains

SE9 has four train stations Eltham, New Eltham, Mottingham and Falconwood all situated in Zone 4.

Approximately just under 30 minutes to Charing Cross from all Stations. Trains are operated by Southeastern. Train timetables are available at southeasternrailway.co.uk.

Buses

SE9 is well connected for major bus routes making it easy to reach numerous destinations such as Greenwich (for the o2, North Greenwich underground station, Greenwich Park & National Maritime museum), Blackheath, Avery Hill, Bexleyheath, Lewisham, Catford, Bromley.

Bus Routes: 124, 126, 132, 160, 161, 162, 233, 286, 314, 321, B15, B16, N21, 624, 660

Plan your journey at tfl.gov.uk

Education

SE9 has a lot to offer in terms of education. Avery Hill is home to one of Greenwich University's campuses, Eltham Park has arguably two of the most popular Primary Schools in the area with Deansfield and Gordon Primary. Notable Secondary Schools include the newly re-built Crown Woods College, Saint Thomas Moore Catholic School and the new Harris Academy Greenwich.

There is also no shortage of places of historical interest Such as Tudor Barn, the Corbett and Progress Estate, Eltham Palace & Eltham Parish Church. There is also a selection of libraries in the SE9 area.

Parks & Recreation

This is one of the attractive features about SE9, located a short commute from the City yet the area has a feel a suburbia which is provided by the vast amount of greenery and parkland.

Places of interest include Eltham Park South, Avery Hill Park, Sutcliffe Park, the Well Hall Pleasaunce and the tranquil Green Chain Walk which takes hundreds of walkers on a journey each year though the open spaces of South East London.

For sporting activities, Eltham Park South offers tennis courts and a cosy café, Sutcliffe Park boasts an athletics club, just off of Eltham High Street you will find the state of the art Eltham Leisure centre.

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Eltham Palace, local tourist attraction situated on Court Road. Once home to the notorious King Henry V111, the palace is now run by English Heritage and open to the public. Open 5 days a week 10am - 6pm.

SE9 comprises of Eltham, New Eltham, Mottingham and Falconwood. The area has attracted buyers in their numbers since the price increase of 2013 with Eltham being the second most searched town in the local area just behind Blackheath! Situated within easy commute of the City yet green and leafy, something you would expect to find in Kent the SE9 area boasts real character and charm.

Notable ex-residents include Hollywood great Bob Hope, Edith Nesbit, Jude Law, Kate Bush & ex-drummer from the band Oasis Alan White.

Further information can be found at postcodearea.co.uk

  • Progress Conservation Area House
    A typical house on the Progress Conservation area, built during the First World War to house workers from the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich.
  • Eltham Lights Up
    "Eltham Lights Up" which takes place each year to celebrate the turning on of the town's Christmas lights.