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Charlton Information


Charlton was formerly an ancient parish in the county of Kent, which became part of the metropolitan area of London in 1855.  It is home to Charlton Athletic Football Club, as well as Charlton House which is a Jacobean mansion built by architect John Thorpe, and is known as the best preserved ambitious Jacobean house in Greater London.  Since 1925, this house has been owned by the Royal Borough of Greenwich and serves as a library and community centre.  Charlton is also home to a number of parks including Maryon Park, Maryon Wilson Park and Hornfair Park (which is home to the newly opened Charlton Lido:  There are large retail parks close to the river, with smaller, more specialised shops, along Charlton Church Lane and in Charlton Village.

Charlton is a majority of period and 1930's properties, along with newer build properties.


Charlton Station is located in Zone 3.

Charlton to Cannon Street is approx 19-26 minutes.
Charlton to Charing Cross is approx 27-37 minutes.
Charlton to Victoria is approx 39-44 minutes (change at Cannon Street to London Underground).

South Eastern

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Primary Schools

Charlton Manor Primary School with nursery (Indus Road, Charlton, SE7)

Cherry Orchard Primary School with nursery (Rectory Field Crescent, Charlton, SE7)

Fossdene Primary School with nursery (Victoria Way, Charlton, SE7)

Our Lady of Grace R C Primary School (Charlton Road, Charlton, SE7)

Sherington Primary School with nursery (Wyndcliff Road, Charlton, SE7)

Windrush Primary School (Charlton Site, Woolwich Road, Charlton, SE7)

Secondary Schools / Colleges

Charlton Secondary School for pupils with severe and complex special educational needs

University Technical College (Woolwich Road, Charlton, SE7)


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