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There’s so much happening in Herne Hill. Nestled amongst the tall redbrick Edwardian properties is a lively village centre with an abundance of friendly pubs and great eateries. Close to the station you’ll find an array of independent food shops that include grocers, butchers, bakers and artisan delis. Shopping in the area has the family in mind with everything you need close at hand: independent fashion boutiques, book stores, a toy shop and bike shop not to mention several chemists, GP practices and a family friendly dental practice.
A particular favourite for us at Urban Village Estate Agents is the Sunday market located in the semi-pedestrianised area next to the station. With copious stalls providing locally produced foods and arts and crafts it draws shoppers from all over South London. It is always difficult to resist the lure of what’s on offer, just as it’s always a fun day out.
Herne Hill attracts a sporty and outdoorsy type due to the wonderful Brockwell Park with its many attractions. Home to the Brockwell Lido and Fusion gym, there is something here for everyone to get involved in, from the fitness fanatic to the fair-weather summer swimmer. The park also has a wonderful children’s play area, and summer paddling pool.
The appeal of the area is such that properties in Herne Hill don’t stay on the market for long. Here Urban Village Estate Agents can help by being fast and efficient and able to spot the time wasters from the serious tenants and buyers. It helps that we know and love the area.
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