** AVAILABLE WITH ZERO DEPOSIT ** Located a short walk from Colliers Wood train station is the bright and spacious one double bedroom ground floor flat. The property comprises of an open plan living space with modern fitted kitchen with white goods provided, a good sized living room which is of ample size for a sitting and dining space and a new three piece bathroom suite with shower over the tub. The property also benefits from a allocated parking space, double glazing and wooden flooring throughout.
The property is offered unfurnished and is available from May 27th. Viewings Highly Recommended!!
A leafy South London suburb Mitcham is a popular district in the London Borough of Merton. It’s centered just over seven miles (11.5 km) south-west of Charing Cross. Regarded as a suburb, it’s on the border be-tween Inner London and Outer London, and was historically in the county of Surrey. Often sub divided into Mitcham Town Centre and Mitcham Common it’s well developed both residentially and commercially, with good connections via train, bus and tram.
Transport facilities have improved immeasurably in recent years, with the introduction of the 4-stop tram in 2000 giving easy access to Wimbledon, Croydon and Beckenham. More recently, the introduction of Mitcham Eastfields Railway offers a direct line into central London, as well as connections to the south coast.
A secret locals don’t want to let out is the Oriental Supermarket & Wholesaler Hoo Hing on Western Road selling everything needed to prepare the perfect Asian. The small café at the rear serving, value no fuss chinese food is particularly popular at weekend lunchtimes.
The increasingly popular supermarket chain Lidl has a branch also on Western Road. Mitcham Market is getting a new lease of life with special themed days and ‘Love Mitcham’ events boosting local traders and encouraging entrepreneurs to set up in Mitcham.
Socializing in Mitcham:
The Kings Arms is an old traditional pub, almost certainly Victorian and right by the open area centered on the Mitcham Clock Tower.
The Queens Head pub lies within a conservation area opposite what is believed to be the country’s oldest cricket green. The sport is said to have been played there since the 1690s, even once attracting Admiral Lord Nelson as a spectator, and the green is still in use today
The White Hart pub is a listed 18th century building close to the Cricket Green and the Wandle Industrial Museum and has some spectacular hanging baskets displayed outside every summer.
Locals know there are culinary gems to be found here when you know where to look. Like CHAK89, an award-winning restaurant with a reputation for serving impeccable cuisine of the highest quality. It’s famed as a banqueting venue as well as a restaurant, playing host to a stellar selection of celebrities, sportspeople and pop stars. It’s also a popular night spot for the cream of Bollywood whenever they’re in town.
Mitcham Common is one of the most interesting and varied open spaces to be found in South Lon-don. Straddling the boroughs of Merton, Croydon and Sutton, it encompasses a 182 hectare (460 acre) site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. It’s also part of the re-nowned Wandle Valley Regional Park.