Upton as an area was absorbed by Bexleyheath in the 20th century. Upton was once home to the Red House, designed by William Morris and now owned by the National Trust and open to the public. A number of schools, public buildings and roads retain the Upton name, and its previous location can be roughly ascribed to the DA6 postcode area. The 18th century Danson House is also located here, and overall there is more variety in terms of architecture than there is in the northern section of Bexleyheath, with bungalow-style houses that mostly date from the 1930s onwards.
Your All In London guide to Upton