Transport is an important option to consider for buyers, and this also means it is something which vendors should think of during the sales process. Buyers need to think of a wide range of matters when buying a home, and the availability and convenience of transport options influence buyer behaviour. You will also find that transport options affect the price and value of a property, so it is worth bearing in mind when you make a move.
For many people, London travel is synonymous with the Tube, and if there isn’t an Underground station in an area, they will dismiss it. There is no denying there is a considerable level of convenience associated with tube travel, but it is far from the be-all and end-all when it comes to transport in and around London.
Camberwell is a well-connected area of London
We know the Camberwell area very well, and there are many reasons why buyers flock to the area. One of the most compelling reasons people consider this area is because it is well connected to other parts of the capital. This shows you don’t need to have an underground station to be well connected, and we believe that not having a tube station doesn’t cause any problems to Camberwell residents.
Denmark Hill is the station in Camberwell, and it is a busy one. The National Rail entry and exit figures for Denmark Hill state around 7 million people use the station; a number which has risen significantly since the 2014/15 data. With London Overground trains and services from two leading termini in the capital, Blackfriars and Victoria, there are plenty of options for Camberwell commuters.
Get to where you need to be from Camberwell
The London Overground service connects Camberwell with Shoreditch High Street, which is ideal for those working in the City, and to Canada Water. This service also makes it easier to connect with the Docklands Light Railway, making travel to and from Canary Wharf straightforward.
With the other train services, Camberwell residents are easily connected to London Victoria, London Bridge, Blackfriars and St Pancras International, which opens up further travel opportunities.
Camberwell is also served by a range of commuter buses, including number 12, 35, 36, 40, 45, 68, 171, 176 and 185, with these services connecting residents with central London locations.
When you add convenient transport options to the pleasant surroundings and extensive collection of interesting shops, boutiques, restaurants and bars, there is a compelling argument for Camberwell being in high demand,
If you plan on moving to Camberwell, and you would like to learn more about what the area has to offer, please get in touch. If you live in Camberwell, and you would like to sell your home, contact us, and we will arrange a property valuation for you.
Camberwell is a fantastic area with a lot to offer, and we are proud to serve the local community. If you are keen to make a move in 2020, get in touch with Hunters Camberwell, and we look forward to assisting you.