Slade Green

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Slade Green is an area of southeast London, just off the historic River Thames. Located within the Bexley borough it was once a rural village within the Kent Parish, and now sits as a quintessential English neighbourhood.

The area is sprawling with green spaces and parks, including Rosemary’s Park and Horn Park, boasting these areas as some of the most vibrant and lush green parks within London. Resplendent with trees and woodland, they are a haven for the local wildlife and provide a peaceful oasis for the nearby residents. Slade Green also has numerous recreational activities on offer, making it the perfect place to unwind as a family.

One of the biggest draws of Slade Green is its convenient proximity to the City of London. With transport links to both the Jubilee and DLR lines of the London Underground, the area makes commuting to the City a breeze. The close connectivity of Slade Green to the capital has seen a number of large employers opening offices in the area, leading to a wonderful range of job opportunities for local residents.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 35 mins to Liverpool Street
  2. 36 mins to Farringon
  3. 40 mins to Moorgate
  4. 42 mins to Fenchurch Street
  5. 43 mins to London Bridge
  6. 43 mins to Paddington
  7. 44 mins to Blackfriars
  8. 47 mins to Kings Cross / St. Pancras
  9. 49 mins to Trafalgar Square
  10. 49 mins to Charing Cross
  11. 49 mins to Marylebone
  12. 54 mins to Waterloo
  13. 59 mins to Euston


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