Barratt London - Catford Green, SE6
Catford Green is an outstanding collection of 635 stylish one, two and three-bedroom apartments opening on to the 54 acres of Ladywell Fields. Excellent transport links provide you with fast connections into Charing Cross and London Bridge stations, ideally positioned to get you around London easily. Reserve your new home now and move in summer 2017 - with the London Help to Buy scheme, you only need 5% deposit. If you are using a SatNav to find us, please use SE6 4RL.
Step out of your apartment and into Ladywell Fields which was awarded best new public space in the London Planning Awards. The park has great facilities, including an adventure playground, skate park, tennis courts, bowling green and café. Follow the Waterlink Way cycle route that runs alongside the Ravensbourne River to the Cutty Sark. Here you can enjoy the vast green swathes, boating lake, flower garden, and deer herds of Greenwich Park. When it comes to dining out, Catford is well served by independent eateries. Pizzeria Italiana, housed under the iconic Eros House, along with Japanese noodle bar Sapporo Ichiban and the sleekly styled Mekân, with its menu of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes, are three local favourites. With a further choice of Indian, Sri Lankan, West Indian and Caribbean restaurants to seek out, Catford offers a diverse range of flavours to indulge in.
The area surrounding Catford boasts a number of excellent independent and comprehensive schools, including St. Dunstan's College and a wide selection of day care services and primary schools. Nearby Goldsmiths' College has campuses dating back over 160 years, state of the art facilities and an Art Department that has produced over 20 Turner Prize-winning artists.
From Catford Green you are close to some of south east London's most popular attractions, such as the Greenwich Old Royal Naval College and Royal Observatory from where you can soak up the panoramic views across the why not lose yourself strolling through Greenwich's vibrant market and medieval town square? Alternatively, Eltham Palace fuses medieval architecture with 1930s chic, or seek out the weird and wonderfully eclectic collections of the fascinating Horniman Museum and Gardens, down the road in Forest Hill. A little to the west, Dulwich Village's leafy streets offer boutiques, characterful pubs and a famous art gallery.
Getting around London couldn't be simpler from Catford Green. Situated in Zone 3 and bordered by Catford and Catford Bridge stations, you'll find that commuting is a breeze. London's major stations are all reachable in a 30 to 45-minute train journey, including St Pancras International for connections to the Continent. It's just 11 minutes into London Bridge, where you can pick up the tube. It's 17 minutes to the City and 24 minutes to Canary Wharf. With the South Circular close by, you have easy road access across London – you could reach Dover in an hour, or find yourself in Canterbury or Brighton in around an hour and a half. If you're travelling by air, City Airport can be reached in just over twenty minutes.
Catford Green is right next to both Catford and Catford Bridge stations. Turn left out of Catford and right out of Catford Bridge station and follow the signage to the entrance.
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