From Notting Hill Genesis

                      

Elephant & Castle

73% of Londoners aged between 25 and 44 have bucked the recent trend of leaving the city in search of more rural dwellings, in favour of living in the much-loved city of London[1]; no doubt due to the interminable list of leisure amenities, multi-cultural hubs, and iconic landmarks London has to offer. For those who still wish to revel in everything this characterful city has to offer, Manor Place Depot by Notting Hill Genesis could make the perfect place to call home. Situated in the vibrant neighbourhood of Elephant and Castle, award winning Manor Place Depot provides residents with all manner of entertainment, travel, and green space just moments from home. With only a few apartments remaining, time is ticking before these stylish south London homes are snapped up.

Built on the former site of The Manor Place public baths, and later, a well-known boxing venue, the distinctly unique collection of buildings that make up Manor Place Depot comprises a selection of one, two- and three-bedroom apartments; with only two one-bedroom homes remaining with London Help to Buy. Residents here will benefit from a private outdoor space in the form of a balcony or terrace; as well as access to a beautifully landscaped communal garden.

James Munson, Head of Marketing for Notting Hill Genesis, comments: “Manor Place Depot is one of a kind; and not only due to its fascinating history. The development is perfectly positioned within easy reach of central London landmarks; meaning those seeking a cosmopolitan lifestyle and a modern home in this characterful corner of Walworth have good reason to get excited. With just two one-bedroom apartments remaining – both of which are available to purchase with London Help to Buy - we encourage city-lovers to secure their new home today.”

Manor Place Depot has been designed to seamlessly blend high-quality, modern architecture with the building’s Victorian origins; sympathetically revitalising two heritage buildings and transforming this once neglected area into an exciting new hub for Londoners to enjoy.

As homes have become more than just a place to rest and relax, versatility has become key.  Each of the one-bedroom apartments at Manor Place Depot features an impressive open plan kitchen/living/dining area – providing home owners with a generous space to furnish and entertain. There is also ample room to set up a desk space for the prospective home-worker. The apartments also enjoy sizable master bedrooms with built in wardrobes, a well-appointed bathroom, and a private balcony; perfect for displaying planting or incorporating outdoor seating.

Benefitting from a superb specification, the contemporary kitchens come with matt grey handleless units with a range of integrated Zanussi appliances – including a fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, and washer dryer. The hotel-style bathrooms feature wall-to-wall boutique style mirrors that add a touch of luxury to this relaxing space. Additional features include underfloor heating throughout the apartments, and oak wood effect flooring in selected areas.

Elephant and Castle plays host to a vibrant selection of restaurants, bars, and verdant green spaces. For outdoor pursuits, residents can explore the splendours of Burgess Park, Walworth Gardens, Pullens Gardens and the Tibetan Peace Garden – providing them with the perfect focal point for relaxing, unwinding, and briefly escaping the hustle and bustle of this fantastic city.

The popular food and drink market, Mercato Metropolitano, is a short hop from Manor Place Depot, and offers an exquisite selection of foods from around the globe. Alternatively, East Street Market, Borough Market and Flat Iron Square can be reached on foot – giving keen market goers access to the heart of the capital. Southbank and the West End are also only two and three miles from the development respectively.

Transport: Elephant and Castle Zones 1/2 and Kennington tube stations Zone 2 are a mere 10-minute walk from home, giving access to the Northern and Bakerloo lines. From Elephant and Castle, Waterloo can be reached in four minutes, Bank in five minutes, as well as City Thameslink trains running to Blackfriars, Farringdon and St Pancras International. Travellers also benefit from 24-hour services via the night tube on the Northern line. For those who like to get around on two wheels, there are two cycle superhighways and Santander docking stations placed at Elephant and Castle station.

Prices for the last two remaining one-bedroom apartments at Manor Place Depot start from £546,000, with London Help to Buy also available. Two and three bedroom apartments also available. 

 

To book a viewing, please visit www.manorplacedepot.com or call 020 3925 1567.

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