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Crest Nicholson’s popular Dylon Works development in Lower Sydenham will welcome its first residents next month, with the first homes ready to move into this April.

Since launching last November, the development has seen strong interest from first time buyers, looking to get their feet on the property ladder in the capital. All homes at Dylon Works are available on the Help to Buy London scheme, which enables buyers to purchase their new home with just a 5% deposit.

The apartments at Dylon Works are spacious, with large windows to allow an abundance of natural light to flood the homes. The development is also centred around a large communal residents’ garden, providing properties with a secluded area of outside space.

Situated next to Lower Sydenham station, Dylon Works is ideally located for those commuting into central London. Frequent direct trains run to London Bridge in just 16 minutes, and Charing Cross in 25 minutes. Furthermore, each apartment comes with a private parking space, and most homes offer a private balcony or terrace to provide sought-after open space.

Lower Sydenham has been tipped as an up and coming area of South East London, making it hugely popular with first time buyers looking for a good deal within the capital’s property market. Dylon Works is close to of some of the capital’s greenest open spaces, with Crystal Palace, Beckenham Junction, and Dulwich Village all within easy reach of the development. The local area also fosters a strong sense of community spirit, with a selection of popular sporting societies and the monthly Sydenham film club.

Homes at Dylon Works are still available to buy, with prices starting from £384,995 for a one bedroom apartment, or just £230,997 on the Help to Buy London scheme. To find out more, call 020 3437 1262 or visit