1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
£350,000 - £515,000
A Venue like no other
You’ll find your new home tucked away in a series of cul-de-sacs in a quiet, residential suburb that borders the vast green expanse of Crystal Palace Park. A truly enviable location, one that also sits adjacent to a neighbourhood largely regarded as the bohemian capital of South London.
Anerley has it all
Anerley Overground station (Zone 4) is just a 5-minute walk from home, meaning you could be enjoying all Central London has to offer in 20 minutes, but Venue offers much more than easy travel.
You’re surrounded by nurseries, schools, shops, sporting venues and restaurants. However, the lure of the renowned Crystal Palace Triangle nearby, with its vintage shops, antique markets, cafés, bars and continental delis, is hard to resist.
Discover how green Anerley is:
You don’t have to travel far to escape to an open space either. There are many locally, including the 200-acre Crystal Palace Park, where you can do everything from dinosaur hunting to maze navigating – or simply lie under a tree reading.
Experience contemporary style and convenience – while being located in a secluded position in a highly sought-after area, these modern, fresh apartments have everything you need to hand.
Be better connected – from the nearby Anerley station you could reach Canary Wharf and London Bridge in less than half an hour, while Crystal Palace station (a bit further on foot), gives you even more simple access to the whole of London and beyond.
Relax with ease – extensive, beautiful green spaces are just a quick journey away, including Betts Park, Crystal Palace Park and South Norwood Country Park.
Effortlessly travel to school – whatever the age of your children, you’ll find several schools within reach, while older students can easily get to the City’s many higher-education institutions.
Enjoy modern living – everything about Venue has been carefully considered, from the open-plan designs to the grassed and terraced courtyards.
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