Lancaster Court is a new development of nine one and two-bedroom apartments set amongst the picturesque, vibrant and popular South East London districts of Tulse Hill, West Dulwich and West Norwood. A new fifth floor on top of the existing Lancaster Court building has been constructed to accommodate the apartments, all of which are finished to the exceptionally high standard you would expect from developers, Hambridge Homes. The quiet, residential setting of Lancaster Road sits within walking distance of the busier, consumer hubs of Norwood Road and Park Hill Road, both of which offer a wide range of options for supermarkets, eating out, pubs, bars and more.
The development is superbly positioned with a number of transport hubs nearby. Whilst it sits on a residential street, it is also within walking distance of plenty of activity – the lively areas of West Dulwich, West Norwood and Tulse Hill are just minutes away by foot. As well as boasting a bustling London community, there is also plenty of natural, green space on your doorstep too with Brockwell Park just to the north of the development and Dulwich Park, Tooting Bec Common and Streatham Common all nearby to the West, East and South respectively. Travel times in to the centre of London are rapid with Southern, Southeastern and Thameslink routes all serving the area with speedy access to the likes of Clapham Junction, London Bridge and Victoria.
This area is particularly well-appointed when it comes to pubs, bars and drinking venues. The Railway Tavern and The Rosendale are the closest options to the development with the former offering a no-frills, entertainment-focused approach whilst the latter provides good wine and great food. There are also options such as The Alleyn’s Head and The Bricklayers Arms nearby whilst the Gipsy Hill Brewing Company and The Paxton are on-hand to offer more alternative drinking experiences.
One of the area’s best-known destination is Knowles of Norwood. Here you are served-up with modern British grub and Sunday roasts in a bric-a-brac pub-style setting. There is a semi-regular street feast that graces the area around nine times every year known as West Norwood Feast. This offers over 100 stalls in five locations punting food, arts, family activities and much more. Elsewhere there are a variety of cuisines on offer with the likes of The Garden (Italian), Saffron (Indian) and Siam Niyom (Thai) all close by.
As is the case across any modern city, coffee houses and cafes are a must-have in any residential area. This section of South East London is no different with the likes of the Blackbird Bakery, the Pintadera Café and the Volcano Coffee Works Café all proving popular with the locals.
As well as the many parks and walks available nearby, the area is not short of cultural offerings. The Horniman Museum & Gardens open up a quirky world of Victorian stuffed animals, musical instruments and more. The Dulwich Picture Gallery plays host to a significant collection of 17th-and-18th-century European Old Masters for art lovers. Meanwhile, athletes will no doubt make use of the Dulwich Park Tennis Courts or the Shala Yoga & Pilates Centre. The Portico Gallery is on your doorstep hosting a broad range of events including art, music, performance and more. There is even The Book and Record Bar serving coffee, beers, wine and more, acting as a cultural beacon for music and book lovers alike.
Lease on all properties is 195 years
*DISCLAIMER : Floor plans are intended to give a general indication of the proposed layout only.