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This is a unique guide to the best period roads for houses and flats in Brockley, SE4 in the London Borough of Lewisham. Brockley is bordered by Nunhead, Honor Oak, New Cross and Lewisham. It was originally a small settlement in Kent near to London. The arrival of the Croydon Canal and the railway led to its rapid growth in the 19th Century. Past residents include the artist and poet David Jones and the novelist Edgar Wallace. Brockley is served by two railway stations Brockley (London Overground) and Crofton Park (Thames Link). 


Brockley’s best residential roads for houses and flats to buy or let are detailed in three period groupings:

 

Victorian Brockley Property Guide
Brockley is well served with late Victorian houses with window bays that offer spacious living. Many artist have settled her over the years  
Avon Road
Breakspear Road 
Cranfield Road
Crescent Way
Drake Road
Montague Avenue 
Tressillian Crescent
Tressillian Road, 
Tyrwhitt Road 
Vesta Road
Wickham Road

 

C20 Brockley Property Guide
Brockley has a range of C20 styles from Edwardian and Art Deco to Post War builds mostly in the Crofton Park eare (previously farmland)
Amyruth Road
Brockley Grove
Chudleigh Road
Elsiemaud Road
Henryson Road
Rokeby Road 

 

C21 Brockley Property Guide



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