Located directly opposite Lower Sydenham station, Crest Nicholson’s Dylon Works comprises a selection of contemporary two and three-bedroom apartments. With homes ready to move into now, Dylon Works is the perfect location for commuters looking to get onto the property ladder in this popular Zone 4 location.
All spacious apartments are available to purchase on London’s Help to Buy scheme, which enables buyers to secure their dream home with just a 5% deposit. Centred around a large landscaped communal courtyard for residents to enjoy, each apartment also comes with a private underground parking space, a rarity for a London development.
Apartments at Dylon Works have been designed with sleek interiors, featuring carefully selected fixtures and fittings throughout. Full-height windows in the apartments flood homes with natural light, and most homes benefit from private balconies or terraces to provide some sought after outdoor space.
The up-and-coming location of Lower Sydenham has plenty to offer residents, with a varied selection of independent restaurants, bars and cafes in the surrounding area. Weekends can be spent exploring the leafy suburbs of South East London, with plenty of green open space on offer. Sydenham Hill Wood, Dulwich Park and the Horniman Museum all within easy reach of the development, providing the perfect weekend activity.
The collection of homes boasts fantastic transport links, with direct trains from Lower Sydenham station to London Bridge in just 16 minutes, making this an ideal location for those commuting into the city centre. The nearby Sydenham station also provides links to East London hotspots Shoreditch and Dalston Junction, as well as Canada Water, via the London Overground line.
Prices at Dylon Works start from £449,995 for a two-bedroom apartment and from £579,995 for a three-bedroom apartment. To find out more, call 020 3437 1262 or visit https://www.crestnicholson.com/dylonworks
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