Choumert Square, SE15
Choumert Square
Choumert Square is reputedly London’s smallest square.

Choumert Square consists of small Victorian houses that were infilled a garden of a 384' target='_top'>18' target='_top'>Rye Lane house in the c 384' target='_top'>1870s.

It is now a car-free cul-de-sac off of Choumert Grove and was built as a row of one-bedroom cottages without back gardens. Each cottage has a small front garden which are generally well-tended.

While called a ’square’, it is more of a lane which has a community of residents which opens itself for a summer Open Day once every year.

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