Foxmore Place is a collection of five detached houses located in the sought-after area of Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace is one of the most significant historical areas of South London. It is named after The Crystal Palace, a grand building that hosted the Great Exhibition in 1851, the biggest global event at the time. Despite its destruction, Crystal Palace still remains one of the greatest structures in British history.
It is also home to one of the oldest football clubs in the world - Crystal Palace - with their stadium located further south in Selhurst Park. With green parks, museums, galleries and cosy streets, Crystal Palace is both a destination of interest for visitors and a wonderful town to live in.
The area also boasts from many restaurants, bars and pubs including the Brown & Green Life Cafe, The Greyhound and Bridge House.
Foxmore Place is conveniently located near the London Overground Network and National Rail service. Penge West, the nearest station is just a 5-minute walk away which sits on the London Overground Network connecting West Croydon with Central London. A 20-minute overground journey connects commuters with the Jubilee Line in Canada Water. The Southern Railway services also stops at Penge West heading directly to London Bridge, taking just 20 minutes to get to one of the most connected Central London stations.
Alternatively, a 10-minute walk will get Foxmore Place residents to Penge East, sitting on the Southeastern rail service that travels further west to London Victoria in just 15 minutes, opening even more travel links within Central London.
Drivers will be delighted to find that Bromley is among the safest boroughs to travel by car and the quick access to the South Circular Road which offers convenient car journeys around London and access to the A23 and M25.