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In the London borough of Bexley, nestled just south of one of the meanders of the River Thames lies the town of Belvedere. Originally named “beautiful view” in Italian due to the surrounding woodland area, today the name is still fitting because of the fantastic views of London you can see from the Belvedere ridge vantage point. This is a charming suburb with everything you could want in the way of shopping and eating out, while The Eardley Arms and the Prince of Wales are the locals’ favourites pubs.
Belvedere also has plenty to offer in terms of leisure. The Recreation Ground is a lovely park that is home to the Belvedere Beach play area, which makes for a great day out in summer. If you prefer walks in more rugged natural scenery, the Crossness Nature Reserve is just to the north in Thamesmead. A bit further out of town is the historic Hall Place and Gardens, a former aristocratic house that is surrounded by stunning grounds.
Due to the new Elizabeth Line station opening in neighbouring Abbey Wood, there has never been a better time to move to Belvedere. Commuting to central London has never been easier. But make sure you find an expert local removals company with reallymoving so they can navigate the hectic London roads for you.
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