This month, Anthology is preparing to launch ‘Molten Court’ – the next phase of stunning apartments at flagship development, Deptford Foundry, in south east London. Molten Court will launch on 16th March 2017 (6-9pm), providing home hunters with another chance to purchase a new apartment in one of London’s most thriving zone 2 locations, with an added incentive for those who reserve on the night.
Located on Arklow Road, Anthology’s Deptford Foundry is transforming a former trading estate into a new neighbourhood, comprising a collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments, as well as offering 32,000 sq. ft. of employment space.
Molten Court, the third building to be launched, will consist of 25 new apartments, including 6 of the new homes either being fully adapted or specifically adaptable for residents who are wheelchair users. Guide prices for a one bed apartment will start from £385,000.*
Those who attend the launch event on the 16th March will have the first, exclusive glance of the next release of highly-sought after apartments at Deptford Foundry. Anthology will be providing refreshments supplied by Italian restaurant, Festa, situated locally to the development as well as music from Acoustic Duo. Those who reserve at the launch event will benefit from having their service charge paid for a whole year by Anthology**.
Ben Allen, Project Director at Anthology commented: “Deptford is establishing itself as a destination that other London boroughs will find difficult to rival. The thriving community has a unique identity with vibrant streets filled with independent shops, cafés, local bars and music venues. There is something for everyone in the area!
“Following the popularity of our first release of apartments, we’re thrilled to be launching our next building ‘Molten Court’. The 25 new apartments include our first selection of adaptable homes that have been designed according to British Building Regulations and the Life Time Homes standard, to ensure they can be adapted to suit the specific requirements of the resident.
“All of the apartments are created with modern living in mind, benefiting from spacious balconies or terraces with open-plan lounge dining and kitchen areas. The landscaped area around Molten Court has been designed as a communal garden space for residents to enjoy.”
In keeping with its surroundings, the brick and metal façade design of the apartments reflects the industrial heritage of the former trading estate which was previously home to a metal foundry.
Upon arriving at Deptford Foundry, from Arklow Road, there will be a corten steel water feature to add a sense of calm to the outside space and further acknowledge the sites’ past as an industrial iron foundry.
Ben Allen continued: “The sleek apartments at Deptford Foundry tick all the boxes for those wanting to live in a distinctive location, with fantastic links to the City. For those wishing to commit to one of our new apartments then Molten Court is due to complete and ready to move into in early 2019.”
Anthology Deptford Foundry has fantastic links to the city and surrounding locations. Both Deptford and New Cross stations are nearby to the development, offering direct connections to Cannon Street (13 mins) and Greenwich (12 mins). The Quiteway 1 cycle path is also now open which runs past the foundry and through Folkestone Gardens. This cycleway will be used to encourage less-confident cyclists to get on their bikes more frequently as the routes will run through quieter side streets and parks.
Deptford Foundry, designed by Rolfe Judd Architecture will consist of, once complete, 316 homes in total to include private homes and a mix of social rented and shared ownership homes, the development will also provide two new play spaces, a new public route and landscaped areas to promote biodiversity.
For more details on the homes being created at the Anthology Deptford Foundry development, visit the Anthology London website: anthology.london or call 020 7526 9229. Find Anthology London on Twitter @AnthologyLondon, Facebook and Instagram.
* Prices correct at time of distribution
**Terms and conditions apply; speak to a member of the sales team for more information.
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