Brixton is a mainly residential district in south London. In the 19th Century, Brixton experienced a rapid rise in population as communications with central London improved, leading to extensive residential construction projects. Today these streets of predominantly Victorian terraces, interspersed with grander period residences are home to young professionals embracing all forms of commerce.

Being so close to the centre of London, Brixton has been transforming itself into one of south London’s coolest destinations, fueled by excellent public transport links, both via the London Underground (Victoria Line) and the comprehensive bus network. A youthful vibe and cultural diversity are Brixton’s strongest assets, giving rise to an excellent selection of ethnic restaurants and clubs.

With competitive property prices in comparison to neighbouring districts, the area is popular with families strategically positioning themselves between the sought after educational establishments of both Clapham and Dulwich. The open spaces of Brockwell Park also add to the attractiveness of the area.