The Resident features Catford Green in their area guide on “why we should all move to Catford”.
Known for its fibreglass cat above the entrance the Catford Green Shopping Centre, the area of Catford is undergoing major regeneration and is set to “become a vibrant new area to live” says The Resident - a luxury magazine highlighting London property inspiration, interior design ideas, and things to do in the Capital. Barratt London’s Catford Green development is located in the heart of Catford and is bringing new homes to the area.
The local parks in Catford aren’t to be missed, and residents in Catford are “spoilt for choice”. From Mountsfield Park for the more energetic and Blythe Hill Fields for a park with a view, to the 54-acres of Ladywell Fields Park, where a selection of apartments at Catford Green overlook. Ladywell Fields Park is made up of three fields with a river running through them, “great for cycling, jogging and walking the dog”.
Another reason to move to Catford are the fantastic transport links says The Resident. The area is served by Catford and Catford Bridge stations, offering service to Blackfriars, Bromley South, Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street. The transport connections have also “been highlighted in the Rail Utilisation Strategy as an area for capital infrastructure development”, specifically for the extension of the Bakerloo Line from Elephant and Castle to Catford.
Most importantly, the property market in the area is a big reason to choose Catford, where “you will get more for your money”. Catford forms a major part of multi-million pound Mayor’s London Plan and will become an enviable place to live, shop and relax. From new homes, community facilities and open spaces, to a redeveloped shopping centre and newly pedestrianised Broadway, residents living at Catford Green can be part of a rejuvenated community.
Catford Green is an outstanding collection of 588 stylish one, two and three-bedroom apartments. With its distinctive neighbourhoods, green open spaces, diverse shopping streets and enviable transport links, southeast London is attracting an increasing number of savvy Londoners who are calling this part of London their home.
Follow the link to read Catford: Why we should all move to SE6 on the resident.co.uk.