An end to lockdown is finally in sight, with the government’s latest ‘roadmap’ implementing four distinct stages towards returning to normality[1]. This will come as welcome news to property-searchers around the UK; as both in and outdoor pursuits are expected to resume by June 21st 2021. For those in search of a home that offers plenty of opportunity for entertainment – both within and outside of the home – Peabody and Sherrygreen Homes’ brand-new development, The Scene, provides the ideal solution.

Built in partnership with residential property developer, Sherrygreen Homes, and recently launched on March 14th 2021, The Scene comprises a dynamic collection of properties, including one and two-bedroom apartments – available to first-time buyers through the Help to Buy scheme - as well as two- and three-bedroom duplexes, and three and four bedroom houses. Situated on Amersham Vale - where Deptford and New Cross meet - and overlooking the newly landscaped space of Charlottenburg Park, this stylish development benefits from everything a home-hunter could possibly need. The Scene is just a short stroll from Deptford high street, Deptford Market Yard andboth New Cross and Deptford station; in addition to a vast range of quirky café’s, bars and restaurants that should, in principle, reopen this summer.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Martin Taylor, Development Director at Sherrygreen Homes comments:

 

“As the country eases itself out of the restrictive winter lockdown, we look forward to brighter times. The property market has remained solid during the restrictions and looks poised for a buoyant Spring/Summer. We are delighted to have released The Scene development with our highly regarded Joint Venture Partner, Peabody. The Scene offers a choice of properties to cater for a wide range of buyers, delivering high quality homes in this thriving part of South London.”

The range of homes at The Scene and availability of Help to Buy are sure to attract a broad array of buyers...

                               Andrew Peglau

The development has been constructed to provide thoughtful design and attention to detail to each and every home; offering generous internal layouts, a high-quality specification, and outdoor space in the form of a balcony, terrace, or landscaped garden. Kitchens are sleek and contemporary in design; featuring handle-less units, Silestone stone-effect work surfaces, and a range of integrated Bosch appliances.

 

Bathrooms are equally well appointed, with stylish chrome fittings, large-format floor and wall tiles, mirrored cabinets and LED downlights. Underfloor heating is available throughout apartments, as well on ground and upper floors of duplexes. Additional features include Amtico wood effect flooring, and video entry systems to all homes.

The Scene is well situated. This vibrant corner of South London has long been associated with the arts and creativity through its links to Goldsmiths and the Young British Artists movement, and remains a hub for all things unique and innovative. The streets are adorned with eye-catching public art; providing the perfect backdrop for the numerous artisan café’s and exhibition spaces in the area. For the discerning diner, Deptford Market Yard is home to a number of boutiques, restaurants, bars and cafés that reflect the zesty spirit of the area; and for some well-deserved retail therapy, Greenwich is nearby, and plays host to an array of independent shops and high-street brands, large green spaces and, of course, the O2 arena.

In addition to the abundant high-street hubs, This Scene is ideally situated for outdoor pursuits. Located on the edge of Charlottenburg Park, residents can get some well-needed fresh air as and when they need it. Alternatively, the famed Greenwich Park and Observatory Gardens offers an abundance of green open space and stunning panoramic views. Burgess Park and Peckham Rye to the west of Deptford complete the ring of green spaces that orbit the development.

Commuters are also well-catered for here. The Scene is connected for The Capital with the nearest stations at New Cross and Deptford. Cannon Street in the City can be reached in just 10 minutes from New Cross where connections can take you on to the West End in a further 10 minutes.

Prices start from £407,000 for a one-bedroom apartment with London Help to Buy available on selected homes under £600,000.

To find out more about the newly launched show homes, or to register your interest, email TheScene@peabody.org.uk  or visit TheScene-SE14.co.uk. Alternatively, visit The Scene’s marketing suite, which will be available by appointment only Tuesday – Saturday; or call 020 7021 4842 to speak to the sales team. 

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