|Beulah Hill (A215) is a predominantly residential street in Upper Norwood, part of the London Borough of Croydon. It runs from Crown Point at its north-west end to the church of All Saints at its south-east end.
|Beulah Hill is approximately 1.3 miles (2.1km) long and follows the path of the ancient road that ran through the Great North Wood, along the ridge that forms the hill that gave it its name. At some 300 feet (90m) plus above sea level, it has commanding views of the City of London and the Docklands to the north and Croydon and Surrey to the south.
|This web site is intended to provide new or potential property owners or tenants with information about the area and the features it has to offer.
|From time to time, information about properties for sale or to let, or land with development potential, on Beulah Hill and adjoining streets will also be featured on this site.
This web site is intended to provide businesses, visitors and new or potential property owners or tenants with information about the area and the features it has to offer. Please note that much of the information and service details provided are subject to regular review and may change in the future. Always check with the appropriate sources for current details.