Two brand new show homes have opened at Crest Nicholson’s Wells Park Place, so buyers have the chance to see what’s on offer. Situated at one of the highest points in London with far reaching views over the capital and Kent, Wells Park Place comprises a contemporary collection of 46 two and three-bedroom apartments, in Sydenham Hill in South East London.
The two-bedroom apartments feature a main bedroom with built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower finished in metro tiles, Roca sanitary ware and Hansgrohe taps. The high-quality kitchen includes a breakfast bar, techstone worktops and splash backs, and a wine cooler. The living and dining spaces are open plan, offering access to the resident’s private terrace.
The three-bedroom penthouse apartments offer a large roof terrace accessible from the open plan living space. The modern kitchen boasts integrated Bosch appliances and is finished with a contemporary flair. The main bedroom features a dressing area with built in wardrobes and a master en-suite shower room. There are 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The penthouses also benefit from an underground parking space.
Sydenham Hill station is just an 8-minute walk away from the development, which offers a regular service of trains into London Victoria in just 15 minutes. The surrounding area boasts a variety of amenities for the local community to enjoy, with Crystal Palace Park and Mayow Park both making for excellent family days out. Nearby Crystal Palace and Dulwich offer entertainment for the day and night, ensuring residents will never be short of things to do.
The area is also in an excellent spot for some of the country’s best education facilities. Dulwich College, James Allen’s Girls’ School and Alleyn’s School are all nearby, while Forest Hill offers four comprehensive schools, all of which have been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
Prices start from £544,995 for a two-bedroom apartment & £839,995 for a three-bedroom penthouse apartment. To avoid missing out, find out more information by calling 0203 437 0472