With a population of 225,000, the East London borough of Greenwich is the 13th largest London borough and offers a wonderful mixture of history and modern style of living. Residents tend to describe Greenwich as having a lifestyle similar to those in the suburbs of London. This is primarily due to the borough having a large variety of parks and green space dotted throughout the borough. more
Property prices average at £278,262 and have increased by 6% in the past year. Prices have been partly affected by the 2012 London Olympics as the East London borough is planned to host specific events. Towards the west of Greenwich one can find grand Georgian terraced housing. The Greenwich Village area has also a mix of small antique and boutique shops.
The East London borough is perhaps best known for its maritime history and Greenwich Prime Meridian (0° longitude) line which passes directly through the Greenwich borough. Popular shopping areas within Greenwich include Greenwich High Road and Trafalagar road. Restaurants can be primarily found in the Greenwich Market area and along Trafalager Road. Popular attractions also include the Maritime Greenwich museum which is officially a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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