Explore the new development located in Lower Sydenham
Crest Nicholson’s new development Dylon Works sees the former DYLON textiles dyeing factory transformed into a modern, high quality development. Dylon Works comprises 223 residential apartments, retail space, a café and crèche that accommodates up to 80 children.
Catering to the first time buyer market, many of the 223 homes are therefore available using London Help to Buy. This well-specified new development boasts Bosch appliances and composite stone works tops.
Spread across eight storeys, the private residential apartments come with a staggered roofscape so they enjoy natural light. Most homes also enjoy private balconies or terraces.
Furthermore, the sustainably-built development comes with modern landscaping and a large communal residents’ garden. Dylon Works also boasts London Yellow Stock brickwork, providing a connection to nearby residential buildings, as well as the surrounding landscape.
As a result of its Zone 4 location, Lower Sydenham benefits from excellent connectivity to central London with journey time by train to London Bridge just 16 minutes from Lower Sydenham railway station. In addition, most apartments come with a secure underground car parking space, with extra provision for motorcycles and bicycles.
Sydenham also boasts many charming pubs, independent boutiques and restaurants, all of which are within easy reach. Nestled between Sydenham Hill Wood and Crystal Palace Park, extra space and green views are consequently commonplace at Dylon Works. Furthermore, residents can enjoy exploring The Horniman Museum and its gardens, which are just ten minutes away.
Sean Ruane, Sales and Marketing Executive at Crest Nicholson London, comments: “We are pleased to have launched our new Dylon Works development in up-and-coming Lower Sydenham. Designed to cater to the needs of first time buyers, all of the apartments therefore fall within London Help to Buy.”
First occupation expected in early summer 2017.
Prices start from £389,995. Call 020 3437 1262 for more information.