We all know that home is about so much more than the four walls around you. It’s also about becoming part of a new community - discovering your new local, your nearest parks to walk the dog, and your new favourite restaurant.
If you’re looking to move to a new, vibrant area, with fantastic transport links to both Central London and the coast, beautiful and thoughtfully designed apartments, and brag-worthy amenities, London Square has a collection of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments, right in the heart of the action.
Croydon is a town bursting with character and charm; rich with culture, brimming with unexpected opportunities and unique experiences. It's the people that make it – bringing food, art, craft, and traditions from far and wide, to make Croydon the epitome of community.
The vast selection of local restaurants, arthouse cinema at The David Lean, creative and artistic flair at the popular Rise Gallery, and the bustling Surrey Street market, make for a diverse and exciting social and cultural scene.
For lovers of a traditional British boozer, there are lots of great places to meet friends, have a date night, or even get away from your desk and get some work done. Whether you want to soak up the summer sun in the beer garden at the Dog & Bull or have a more sophisticated evening at The Store making your way through their extensive cocktail menu, you’ll find your new local in no time.
Nature lovers, rejoice! Croydon, perhaps surprisingly, offers the advantages of city life alongside the peaceful call of the countryside – it's obvious why this is one of London’s greenest boroughs. Nearby, Wandle Park offers 21 acres of green space, within it, a play area for young families, tennis and basketball courts, and a skatepark.
Lloyd Park is the perfect spot to have a summer picnic and with a small, independent café, you can top up on supplies whenever you need. What’s even better, Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just over half an hour away, so if you love getting out in nature, Croydon definitely delivers.
With so much to do in your new hometown, you’ll barely feel the need to leave the local area. But should you need to get away for a holiday or new adventure, Croydon’s transport links are second to none, with East Croydon Station within walking distance, getting you to London Bridge in under 20 minutes, and London Gatwick Airport just a short train ride away.