The story of Deptford Foundry
In the heart of one of south-east London’s most vibrant and creative neighbourhoods, Anthology Deptford Foundry sits on the site of a former metal foundry formed in 1831 by engineer Josiah Stone. The original foundry on Arklow Road was once a thriving centre of design excellence, producing a variety of metal goods from propellors to manhole covers. The design and architecture of our new homes have been inspired by this rich industrial history.
About the development
Made up of eight buildings and one tower, Deptford Foundry houses 276 private homes in total. A selection of one, two and three-bedroom homes are on offer, all boasting balconies or terraces. Its residents have access to a beautiful, communal landscape garden and the development is also home to artists, designers and makers thanks to its creative work spaces. Set in a thriving local community, the rest of the city is also within easy reach via the nearby stations at New Cross and Deptford.
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Throughout the years, Deptford has regenerated and blossomed into a thriving South East district.
Deptford is fast becoming one of London’s most thriving and vibrant hotspots with its trendy bars, eateries and art galleries.
London house hunters looking to secure their dream home with just a 5% deposit can now take advantage of the Government backed Help to Buy London scheme at Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development, located on Arklow Road.
Second Floor Studio and Arts’ (SFSA) no format gallery, part of Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development, was proud to host their second Painting Open event last month, welcoming over 250 people to enjoy the unique artwork of 62 artists.
no format gallery, located within the arches of London property developer Anthology’s Deptford Foundry development, is opening its doors to showcase the work of local painters with its annual Painting Open event this December.
London residential property developer Anthology gave its Deptford and Hoxton construction sites a sprinkling of pink in the name of the national Breast Cancer Now campaign, Wear it Pink Day, raising an impressive £1,200 for the charity.
The annual Deptford X festival kicked off last Friday (22nd September) with an array of exhibitions, tours and activities guaranteed to make the festival a success for its 18th year, supported by lead sponsor, Anthology.
Eight brave members of the Anthology team took on the Great River Race known as ’London’s Marathon on the River’ on the 9th September.