This development offers modern living, excellent views, natural light, space and comfort within one of the city’s vibrant locations. The apartments are beautifully laid-out with high-end specifications throughout, providing the best in modern living.
West Norwood has been recognised as a great place to bring up a family in for some time, with its proximity to Central London, and wide expanses of green space, but it is over the last few years that the area’s regeneration has gained serious momentum.
A £14 million new leisure centre tucked away in a beautiful setting off Knight’s Hill has added to the area’s draw factor.
The iconic 1960s Nettleworth Hall building has recently been refurbished to house a public library and London’s newest Picturehouse cinema, complete with restaurant and bar.
The area also has a reputation for its eateries, with a range of independent delicatessens, cafés bakeries and pubs offering everything from traditional West Indian bread to local beers from the nearby Brixton Brewery.
The area has a wealth of green spaces of all shapes and sizes. Tivoli Park, historically interesting site with its popular children’s playground, games court and a new water feature designed to control natural spring waters. West Norwood Cemetery is one of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ metropolitan lawn cemeteries. More conventional facility, Norwood Park, occupies one of the highest points in the borough of Lambeth, offering an unimpeded view of the Shard and the City of London as well as a range of facilities with a children's play area, an athletics track and football pitch.
Not far away, the famous Crystal Palace Park boasts a range of sporting, community and cultural activities. The National Sports Centre is an iconic centre for sporting achievement and competition but also offers a range of activities for all abilities and ages. The park itself also counts a maze, childrens park, open air concert stage and its own museum among its features, not to mention acres of wild parkland and lawn to roam and explore.
If West Norwood is famous for one thing it’s Feast. This highly popular community-run event takes place on the first Sunday of every month from April to December. As well as street food and market stalls selling everything from food to arts and crafts to vintage clothing, Feast boasts musical events and activities to keep children entertained.
Away from its bustling high street, West Norwood is home to a treasure trove of independent shops. You can find original vinyl in Book & Record Bar - a record and book store that also operates as a coffee shop; fine art in local institution Roseberry’s - an art dealer and auctioneer with a particular specialty in modern art and Asian and Islamic arts; or vintage clothes in Cenci - a warehouse dedicated to weird and wonderful fashions from the 1930’s onwards.
Lease on all properties is 996 years.
*DISCLAIMER : Floor plans are intended to give a general indication of the proposed layout only.