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Living in Brixton

Welcome to Brixton

Recent regeneration has attracted architects and developers to convert grand Victorian and Edwardian properties in Brixton into desirable flats. Couples, sharers and professionals alike will be drawn to the excellent mix of characterful properties, lively cocktail venues and the substantial range of local amenities, whilst families keen to be at the heart of a vibrant and creative community flock to the area. Brixton’s art galleries, cinema and central markets further add to the appeal.

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Outstanding outdoor facilities

Brockwell Park gives access to sports courts and pitches, bike and athletics tracks, plus an open-air lido.

Celebrity connections

Actor and filmmaker Charlie Chaplin lived in Glenshaw Mansions. Singer and songwriter David Bowie was born in Brixton.

Brilliant transport links

Oxford Circus is just 14 minutes away on the Victoria line. Heathrow is just over an hour by car.

The best of Brixton: things to do

Brixton’s restaurants are full of surprises. You’ll find fine dining in a Category C Prison, a Masterchef winner mixing local produce with Japanese cuisine and a restaurant that pairs the best of French and English plates for everyone to share.

The Clink

The Clink is a rather unique restaurant that stands out among Brixton - and wider London eateries. Regularly appearing in the capital’s top ten places to eat, the meals here are all cooked by inmates working towards academic culinary qualifications. If you can get a seat, it’s a worthy cause to support.

Nanban

2011 Masterchef winner Tim Anderson brings decades of Japanese culinary research to the tables at Nanban. Ingredients are sourced at Brixton Market and the menu is filled with exciting flavours, small plate pick-me-ups and fusion masterpieces. Perfect for a midweek ramen pitstop or three course weekend treat.

Naughty Piglets

For another fusion favourite, book a table at Naughty Piglets. English and French cuisine here pairs rather nicely with the natural wines. If you don’t fancy eating out- or it’s fully booked- we’d recommend popping in anyway to pick up a bottle for an evening at home.

Head to a Brixton bar this weekend to relax on a tropical rooftop, browse lengthy rum cocktail menus or grab a craft beer from a brewery that goes the extra mile to reduce its carbon footprint.

Lost in Brixton

This splendid rooftop bar brings Latin America to the heart of Brixton Market. An oasis above the urban streets below, jungle fronds trail the bar’s pillars, jerk chicken temptingly calls from the menu and cocktails and spirits flow freely. Though, this bar hasn’t betrayed its roots. Reassuringly, Brixton Brewery supplies the beer.

The Duke of Edinburgh

South London residents from all over flock to The Duke of Edinburgh for its huge beer garden. With plenty of tables, it’s one of the best spots in Brixton to spend a sunny afternoon with a large group. A lively crowd can always be found there Thursday to Saturday nights, soaking up the buzzing atmosphere and getting stuck into a treat from the jerk kitchen set up in the garden.

Brixton residents get to enjoy an ever-changing entertainment scene, from pop-up events and live music gigs to the big screen spectaculars in one of the city’s grandest cinema buildings.

Pop Brixton

This pop-up venture has transformed a disused part of Brixton into a platform for local talent. Start-ups in the food, drinks and entertainment industry showcase their menus and shows in an ever-changing line up of events. Perfect for those evenings where you can’t quite decide what to do.

The Ritzy

Brixton’s much-loved cinema is set in a rather grand and vintage Grade II-listed building. Screening art-house, foreign language and film festival curios alongside mainstream blockbusters, movie nights here are anything but predictable. The cosy bar is just the place to unpick plot lines over a quiet drink.

Electric Brixton

Brixton residents catch music stars on the rise at Electric Brixton. Set just off Brixton Hill, this converted cinema hosts a variety of music nights that span the genre catalogue. Reggae, disco, Abba, house music and more pepper the always-popular line up.

Got some space in your diary this weekend? Living in Brixton gives you easy access to the open-air lido, the archives at the heritage museum and the colourful stalls of Brixton’s markets.

Black Cultural Archives

Black British history is carefully explored at this heritage museum in Windrush Square. What was once a community archive has become a professional collection of archive materials, exhibits and content. Still gathering and collating videos, art and poetry, the museum is home to an ever-growing collection of previously unseen work.

Brockwell Park

Recently awarded a £3.3m grant to further transform this green space, Brixton’s Brockwell Park offers residents a chance to walk among herbaceous flower beds, ornamental ponds and grand oak trees. Be sure to make use of the tennis courts, bowling greens and open-air lido on warm sunny days.

Brixton Village and Market Row

Weekends in Brixton were made for browsing the stalls that line Brixton Village and Market Row. Very much a historic spot in south London, and renowned for its market offering, today’s traders may have moved with the times to attract buyers to the arcades, but the community spirit will never change.

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Marsh & Parsons in the Brixton community

We don’t just sell and let property in London; we’re Londoners too. Engaging with our local communities is at the heart of Marsh & Parsons’ ethos and we have supported local organisations, schools, charities, businesses and community groups over the years.

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