Berkeley - Kidbrooke Village, SE3

Prices from £435,000 to £1,075,000

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Development info

Kidbrooke Village is a new and vibrant London community, located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, offering an outstanding choice of quality, sustainable new homes and apartments.

• Excellent connections into London – 16 minutes to London Bridge*
• Highly desired SE3 postcode
• A range of on-site amenities including Sainsbury’s, café, doctors, dentist, nursey and many more
• Onsite newly formed Cator Park
• 136 acres of open space
• Award winning development

Our current phases:

The Village Centre – The Square

Final release of 3 bedroom duplex apartments

  • Limited availability
  • Conveniently located for an array of on-site amenities
  • Adjacent to Kidbrooke station
  • Showhome available for viewing

The Village Centre - Birch House
Over 50% sold at Birch House

  • A luxurious selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and duplex penthouses
  • High specifications throughout
  • Perfectly located for on-site amenities
  • London Bridge in 16 minutes
  • Access to a 24 hour Concierge and gym

Meridian Gate - The Crescent

A collection of new spacious townhouses.

  • 3 bedroom homes available
  • Front and rear gardens
  • The village centre is only a short walk away
  • Centrally located between two expansive parks – Cator Park and the well-established Sutcliffe Park
  • Showhome available

Blackheath Quarter - Urban Houses
Homes built with modern city living in mind.

  • Impressive roof terrace with timber decking and artificial grass, ideal for low maintenance modern living
  • Maximised amount of natural light through cleverly designed features such as lightwells
  • Contemporary specifications throughout
  • All bedrooms are luxuriously carpeted
  • Showhome available

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*Timing is approximate only. Source: TFL