Camberwell is served by the London Overground station at Denmark Hill plus many buses and is bordered by Peckham, East Dulwich, Herne Hill, Brixton & Walworth. Property in Camberwell ranges from Georgian to contemporary developments. Past residents include John Ruskin and Robert Browning. The best residential roads for houses and flats are themed by period as follows:
Georgian Camberwell Property Guide
New bridges across the Thames led to ribbon development on existing roads. New roads were added as well in Camberwell. Styles include:
Georgian (1715 onwards)
Regency (1811 onwards) Guide to Georgian roads in Camberwell
Victorian Camberwell Property Guide
London grew massively in the Nineteenth Century. From Camberwell down to East Dulwich farmland was subsumed in Victorian terraces.
Early Victorian (flat fronted terraces and villas)
Late Victorian roads (bow fronted terraces)
Arts & Crafts (1880-1920) Guide to Victorian roads in Camberwell
C20 Camberwell Property Guide Many residential roads were built in the Twentieth Century. Camberwell was now connected to Herne Hill around Ruskin Park.
Arts & crafts /Edwardian
Inter-war semis plus art deco
Fifties high rise flats
Sixties town houses & high rise flats
Post modern houses & flats (1980 onwards) Guide to C20 roads in Camberwell
C21 Camberwell Property Guide In the Twentieth Century many Victorian buildings were demolished to make way for high rise new build.
Conversions of old factories and schools
New build Guide to C21 developments in Camberwell
This is a unique guide to the best period roads to buy or rent property in Camberwell, SE5, London.