New 3 bedroom Duplex Show Apartment now launched - contact us now to view
Kidbrooke Village is a completely new and vibrant London community, offering an outstanding choice of quality, sustainable new homes and apartments by Berkeley.
It is an exciting, challenging regeneration project, one of the largest in London, and will transform the lives of all who are connected with it.
As well as new homes, it offers parks, sports facilities, shops, bars, restaurants, schools, healthcare and community facilities, a hotel and a new transport interchange offering rail connections to the City and West End, including London Bridge in as little as fifteen minutes*.
Above all, Kidbrooke Village is an integral part of the great city of London.
City Point is the first phase and the earliest opportunity to buy into the success of Kidbrooke Village, with the advantage of being beside an established green lakeside environment - Sutcliffe Park, whose attractions include a river, lake, and wetland areas where a variety of wildlife, including kingfishers and herons can be seen. The presence of the park gives City Point a feeling of belonging to its surroundings from the very beginning.
City Point consists of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Private courtyards and open spaces will characterise this phase, drawing the greenery of the park into the residential areas. In addition, the design and the location of all the City Point homes ensures that residents will have the best outlook possible across the park.
City Point is designed for today's busy lifestyles. Residents have the exclusive use of a gym, and there is a concierge service to take care of your day-to-day requirements.
Three stunning show apartments are available to view at City Point, each demonstrating their own sense of style to cater for a variety of tastes. In keeping with the distinctive quality at Kidbrooke Village, equal attention to detail has been paid to the communal areas at City Point. Finest quality feature walls are complemented by carefully considered lighting and the soft carpets or striking tiling underfoot.
Kidbrooke Village has all the important London connections. It is linked by public transport to the West End, City, Canary Wharf and Greenwich, places of business and leisure, all within easy reach. This is why the forthcoming new transport interchange at Kidbrooke Village Centre is a key feature of Kidbrooke Village. Trains run from the existing station to London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross and Victoria, connecting with London Underground at these mainline stations and the DLR at Lewisham. Buses too leave from the transport interchange for destinations and connections all over south east London, including Greenwich, Woolwich and the O2. For people who prefer to travel under their own steam, there are safe pedestrian and cycle routes running through and from Kidbrooke Village.
In addition to the parkland incorporated into the development, two of the oldest and greenest areas of London lie adjacent to Kidbrooke - Quaint Blackheath village and historic Greenwich are both just a short walk away. Blackheath holds an eclectic mix of boutiques and restaurants and the open grassland of Blackheath Common is not only a peaceful place to walk or picnic but each year hosts the start of the London Marathon. Greenwich in turn, offers the oldest Royal Park in London with its sweeping views across the Thames to Canary Wharf and St Paul's Cathedral. Not only this, it houses the National Maritime Museum, the Royal Naval College and the Royal Observatory, famous as the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). In addition to this Greenwich High Street bustles with life and thousands come to visit its specialist shops and its famous market. The London Borough of Greenwich is a host borough for the Olympic 2012 Games and will stage a range of events including basketball, equestrian show jumping and shooting. In recognition of this, Her Majesty the Queen has bestowed upon Greenwich the honour of becoming a Royal Borough from 2012 onwards.
Kidbrooke Village is being delivered in proud partnership with Greenwich Council and the Homes and Communities Agency.
- Journey time is approximate only. www.tfl.gov.uk