Currently undergoing a £4bn regeneration programme, Elephant and Castle is set to become one of London’s most desirable districts. Prioritising its residents health and wellbeing the town will benefit from a new pedestrianised town centre and a brand new £20M leisure centre, £6M is also being spent on improving six of the local parks with new landscaping, seating and play areas. For residents on the hunt for a property where they can benefit from all this exciting area has to offer, Manor Place Depot is a must see.
Now 80% sold, the collection of homes provides an architecturally striking assortment of stylish one, two and three-bedroom apartments and duplexes as well as independent retail and hospitality spaces, which are located in the original redeveloped railway arches. Homes are located just a ten-minute walk away from Elephant and Castle or Kennington tube stations in Zones 1 and 2, providing easy access to the Northern and Bakerloo lines. There is also a variety of cycle paths including Cycle Super Highway 6, guaranteeing that those who prefer to travel via two wheels can do safely.
Steeped in history, Manor Place Depot has been constructed on the former site of The Manor Place public baths. Closed in 1976, Manor Place became a popular focal point in the neighbourhood, providing much-needed laundry and bathing facilities to Walworth residents for over 80 years. During the winter the Grade II listed building became a well-known venue for staging many boxing contests, and even hosted the notorious Kray twins as well as some of the BBC’s first ever televised boxing matches.
James Munson, Head of Marketing at Notting Hill Genesis comments:
“An iconic area in London, Elephant and Castle is undergoing extensive regeneration, all of which has been built and designed with its residents in mind. Manor Place Depot stylishly blends the old with new with some properties benefitting from curved architecture and striking rooftop views of the London skyline. All of the homes have been crafted to suit modern day living, offering open plan living areas and private outside spaces. With just a handful of apartments remaining now is an ideal time to buy here and enjoy both modern living and a slice of south-east London history.”
All of the properties have been designed to offer a high-quality contemporary specification throughout, sleek fully fitted kitchens are complete with a range of integrated Zanussi appliances. Spacious and bright open-plan living and dining areas are complemented by glazed doors opening onto a private balcony or terrace, providing residents with an ideal place to relax or dine alfresco whilst taking in views over London.
The local area offers plenty for residents to take advantage of from vast open green spaces such as Burgess Park, The Art Works London – home to collection of creative spaces, social hubs, from bars such as the Manor of Walworth and street food stalls to the popular food and drink market, Mercato Metropolitano. Borough Market can be reached on foot, whilst the Southbank and the West End are also only two and three miles from the development respectively.
The last remaining one bedroom apartment at Manor Place Depot is priced at £557,500, prices for a two bedroom apartment start from £677,500 and prices for a three bedroom apartment start from £732,500.
For further information visit www.manorplacedepot.com or call 020 3925 1567; to request your exclusive invitation to our open house event on Saturday 24 April where you can view our wide range of show homes and find out more about living at the Manor.