Welcome to Centenary Quay - Crest Nicholson's new waterside development of new homes in Southampton. A destination for living, working and enjoying life in this historic port city, this collection of new homes provides a stunning setting on the banks of the River Itchen.
The development also forms an integral part of the riverside's rejuvenation that includes the development of courtyards, gardens and public squares, leading to the river along with links to Woolston High Street and its shops.
A vibrant new community that is enjoyed by residents as well as locals. Centenary Quay is proud to be home to a brand new Mettricks coffee shop and
Boasting a selection of new homes for everyone, as well as offices, restaurants, a riverside walk, new landscaping and a Marine Employment Quarter. While respecting the area's proud maritime heritage, Centenary Quay also brings something entirely new and fresh, in tune with contemporary living and aspirations.
The city of Southampton has a plethora of shops, including WestQuay - one of the area’s biggest shopping centres. It also benefits from some of the regions best bars, restaurants, cafes, cinemas, theatres, sporting venues. These and much more can all be found in this nautical city.
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From the culinary mecca that is Oxford Street to the WestQuay Shopping Centre, Millais Gallery to the Harbour Lights Cinema, there’s just so much to do in Southampton.
Our new homes in Southampton are just a short drive or bus ride across the Itchen Bridge from the city centre itself, and with a thriving bar and restaurant scene, there is inspiring culture and endless temptation in its shopping centres and streets.
Or stay closer to home with a new Mettricks coffee shop, Vosper burger restaurant and Supermarine pizza and pasta restaurant recently opened for residents and locals to enjoy.
The city’s sporting venues include Southampton F.C.’s St Mary’s Stadium, and the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club, The Ageas Bowl. September welcomes one of Europe's premier water-borne events; The Southampton Boat Show.
Mettricks coffee shop
Dockgate 4 Bar and Grill
The White Star Tavern
WestQuay Shopping Centre
Marks & Spencer
This is a sporting city where Southampton Football Club, aka The Saints, has their home ground at St Mary’s Stadium.
The Ageas Bowl is the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club and also stages concerts for up to 35,000
If you prefer sports on water, the Solent is never too far away.
The Ageas Bowl stages concerts
Harbour Lights Cinema
New arts complex coming soon
From Woolston station, just a few minutes walk from home, journey times to Southampton Central are just fourteen minutes. However, the proximity of Centenary Quay to the city centre means that all the routes in and out of Southampton are within easy reach and because of its importance as a port, there are excellent links to the rest of the UK.
The M27 links the towns and cities of the south coast, and runs just to the north of the city, while the M271 branches off and connects the city centre to the Western Docks. The M3 is the route from Southampton to London and also, via the A34 at Winchester, with the Midlands and North.
Southampton Central is the main railway station, offering routes to Portsmouth, Winchester, the Midlands and London, as well as the towns and cities of the West; Bournemouth, Poole, Weymouth, Salisbury, Bristol and Cardiff.
If you’re flying, Southampton International Airport is your starting point for around fifty European destinations and has fantastic access to the motorway network, allowing easy onward travel to the rest of the UK. The airport can be easily reached by bus or Southampton Parkway railway station.
Naturally, waterborne connections are part of the picture for Southampton travel. The city is the terminus for internal ferry services, which operate from Town Quay, and there are car ferry and fast catamaran services to the Isle of Wight and Hythe. A world of more exotic destinations such as the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Far East, America and Australia can be reached too, for Southampton is, as ever, a home port for some of the world’s most luxurious passenger liners, including the world’s largest, Cunard’s Queen Mary 2.
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Local businesses and families recently celebrated the first ever Woolston Summer Fete on Sunday 18th August at Crest Nicholson’s Centenary Quay development in Woolston, Southampton.
Local families are gearing up for the first Woolston Summer Fete, which is set to take place on Sunday 18th August from 1pm-4pm at Crest Nicholson’s Centenary Quay development in Woolston, Southampton.
There’s been lots going on at Centenary Quay in the last few months, from the announcement of a brand-new residential tower to the unveiling of an exciting sculpture paying tribute to the site’s maritime history.
Crest Nicholson has announced a new piece of artwork which has been installed at its Centenary Quay development in Southampton. The piece was officially unveiled to the local community and Centenary Quay residents with councillor Warwick Payne in attendance on Thursday 28th February 2019.
Award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson announces it has signed the latest development agreement with Homes England to deliver the next two phases of Centenary Quay, its flagship regeneration scheme in Southampton.
The best building features and innovations are almost invisible – you don't even notice them.
You just find that your home is more comfortable, more efficient and more economical. We’ve highlighted some of the benefits you'll experience in your new home.
Want to learn more? See what features Crest Nicholson builds in as standard.
Every Crest Nicholson home is built to exacting standards, with appearance, comfort and energy efficiency at the very heart of every design.
For over 50 years we’ve listened to customer feedback - and we’ve made changes as a result - we've worked hard to develop new homes that exceed expectations in every way.
From classic family homes to contemporary apartments, Crest Nicholson homes are designed to stand the test of time.
We have a dedicated team of people who continuously procure and source the very latest building materials and innovative technologies to ensure every new home reaches the highest levels of building effectiveness.
We are working with WWF-FTN (World Wildlife Fund Forest Trade Network) to ensure that we ethically source the raw materials we use to construct each home and that all our timber comes from sustainable sources.
The highly insulated walls, roofs and ground floors exceed current building regulations – keeping the cold air out and warm air in.
Unpleasant drafts are a thing of the past and soundproofing is improved to reduce disturbance, ensuring your home really is your sanctuary.
The result is greater year-round temperature efficiency at lower cost and consuming less CO2.
Double glazed windows are low maintenance and maximise natural daylight in your home.
The innovative coated glass is highly thermally efficient which helps keep the house warmer in winter and cooler in summer. When closed, they are a perfect airtight fit.
Say goodbye to cold drafts – and enjoy cosy winter months.
Our kitchens and bathrooms are fitted with contemporary water-saving Hansgrohe mixer taps which provide innovative Air Power Technology.
APT mixes air with water to create a softer, more voluminous and luxurious water flow.
Enjoy your perfect bath water temperature; thermostatic bath and shower mixers give you precision temperature control for your comfort and safety. Better features that provide a saving in water, energy and costs.
New homes are six times more energy-efficient and generate over 60% less CO2 emissions than older style homes.
A new home helps to reduce what you’ll need to spend on utility bills. In a Crest Nicholson home we've incorporated money saving features such as 100% low energy lighting and use A-rated appliances which do all the hard work for you.