Brixton has long been a cultural melting pot within South London and each culture and community has left its mark, creating the vibrant and eclectic area that still draws people to this day. The famous Brixton Market, the surrounding railway arches and the newer, box park Pop Brixton house dozens of acclaimed restaurants and bars serving up a variety of cuisines. If you’re looking for a bite to eat, Fish, Wings & Tings and Chip Shop have long been Brixton staples and are well worth a visit. There is also a thriving nightlife in Brixton, as well as a number of local conveniences and amenities.
Brixton also has several small oases of green space tucked away amongst the residential terraces. Brockwell Park, which straddles Brixton and Herne Hill, offers a larger park with expansive views across London.
The area is also excellently connected to central London with both Brixton Tube at the start of the Victoria line and Brixton Overground.