Crest Nicholson has now opened the much-anticipated, landscaped communal garden at its luxury Valentine Place development in Southwark.
Tucked away down a quiet street, just a few minutes from Blackfriars Road and Waterloo station, the garden boasts luscious landscaping, beautifully manicured lawns, as well as patio areas and benches. Offering tranquil open space for residents, the courtyard is a rarity for a Zone One location. The newly completed courtyard will also enhance the sense of community within the popular development, providing a private area in which the residents can unwind and socialise.
The recently launched, high-specification mews houses at Valentine Place overlook the landscaped gardens. These beautifully crafted properties comprise five contemporary three bedroom houses, which are perfect for both families and professionals looking for some extra space in the capital.
Set over three storeys and across almost 2,000 sq ft, with outside space on every floor, each home has three generously-sized bedrooms, as well as a separate study or snug room. The master suite spans the entire second floor, with an en suite boasting a free-standing bath, separate shower and subtle marble tones. The properties feature large, warehouse style windows that flood the rooms with natural light, making them feel light and airy.
Valentine Place is an exceptional development, benefitting from unrivalled transport links. Located less than a 5-minute walk from both Waterloo and Southwark stations, residents will benefit from fantastic connectivity across the capital. In addition, Valentine Place is just a stone’s throw away from London’s cultural epicentre, the South Bank, which is home to the London Eye, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, and the Tate Modern.
Sean Ruane, Sales and Marketing Director at Crest Nicholson London, said: “The attractively landscaped courtyard perfectly complements the luxury mews houses and apartments that are nestled around it. Providing sought-after outdoor space in the centre of the capital, the communal courtyard provides a hidden tranquil oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of the city.
“With the summer now in full swing, there has never been a better time for residents to enjoy to the peace and tranquillity of the idyllic gardens Valentine Place benefits from.”
The final few apartments are available to buy at Valentine Place, with one bedroom apartments starting from £699,995, and the mews houses starting from £2,149,995. To find out more, call 020 3437 1294 or visit www.valentineplace.com