Wednesday, 25 March 2009

On The Brinkley

If you thought that the sighting of a cock-pheasant in Cheam was incredibly rare and unusual, then brace yourself for news of a potential house-buyer being spotted in Worcester Park. Such an endangered species there were rumours that they were extinct, but apparently not.

Claire has e-mailed me with this question:

"We are thinking of moving to Brinkley Road and I wondered if you wouldn't mind letting us know what the road is like?

The place we are hoping to move to is at the top end near the High Street. If you could let us know if it is a quiet road and if there is much trouble from the High Street, any noise from the plumbers that you know of, noise from anywhere or anything really that we might need to know before we consider moving there that would be great!!"

Hmm, now if only there was someone online that lived in Brinkley Road and could help with this request. Just someone, in fact anyone. Nope, can't think of anybody.

So I guess it falls to me to say that Brinkley Road is, unless I have missed anything, a very decent suburban street to live in with probably just the odd bit of noise from people staggering back from bars/pubs on a Saturday night.

I imagine parking may be a bit of a squeeze being so close to Central Road, but that's the price you pay for convenience.

But over to you - if you can help Claire, add your comments below!