Mottingham Village, Eltham, London
Sycamore Close consists of 22 one and two-bedroom flats with an age covenant of 55+.
Eltham was known as Altham in Domesday and belonged to the Bishop of Bayeux. Its name possibly comes from 'homestead or river-meadow frequented by swans'. In the 17th century Eltham was smaller than its neighbour Bromley but was perhaps more famous with its royal palace. Henry VIII visited Eltham Palace on several occasions but it gradually fell into disrepair.
Besides Eltham Palace there are many other interesting places to visit including the Tudor Barn set in beautiful gardens and Page House where Edith Nesbit wrote 'The Railway Children'. Severndroog Castle was built in the 18th century and Greenwich is just a short distance where you can see The Royal Observatory and The Royal Naval College.
Facilities include a visiting manager and emergency alarm service and gardens.
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