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Tooting is a district in south London that forms part of the Wandsworth borough. As Tooting is home to a great variety of trendy bars, alongside restaurants offering everything from British to Asian cuisine, it has been dubbed by Time Out as the ‘new Shoreditch’. Tooting, however, has a great deal more to offer than bars and eateries. The Tooting Commons are a local favourite as they provide Tooting’s residents with some much needed green space and rare wildlife habitats, in the form of woodland and acid grassland. Situated within the Commons is Tooting Bec Lido, the largest fresh water swimming pool in Great Britain. The pool is also one of Britain’s largest and it is over 90 meters long. Tooting is unlike anywhere else in London and its uniqueness makes the district a very desirable place to live. Our users agree and in the last 12 months, reallymoving.com and our professional licensed conveyancers have helped 350 people and families relocate to the Tooting area.
Tooting was a rural Surrey town before becoming an affluent London suburb and as the district has a long history, it is home to a number of old churches including the 12th century All Saints Church and the 19th century St Anne’s and Holy Trinity churches. Although these churches help make Tooting unique, residents of the district may be required to pay chancery fees to maintain Tooting’s churches. This is one reason reallymoving.com highly recommends the services of our expert conveyancing solicitors as they will be able to advise you on chancel repair liability.
With reallymoving.com and our partners in conveyancing, you can be sure your move to Tooting will proceed without any unexpected surprises. This will give you the peace of mind necessary to relax and begin enjoying your new home and Tooting's unique attractions.
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