West Grove at ELEPHANT PARK, Zone 1 London
Elephant Park is a new residential development designed around a leafy landscape that boasts a brand new park. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the convenience of Zone 1 London as well as a lifestyle that brings you closer to nature and your community in a vibrant city neighbourhood.
West Grove is the exciting second chapter of Elephant Park – at its point stands The Highwood – the tallest building currently planned for the neighbourhood. The new homes and facilities are designed from the inside out to enable you to access everything you need to live, work, rest and play in comfort and in style. Tranquil courtyards, vibrant shopping streets and a flexible, dynamic club space create a place with the community at its heart, where there are ample opportunities for social interaction and relaxation.
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Located in a prime position in the heart of Central London, Elephant & Castle is an excellent transport hub, with one mainline train station, a Zone 1 tube station and links to 28 different bus routes. Fast and frequent London Underground services connect you to the whole of London via the Northern and Bakerloo lines. From the tube station, you can reach the popular attractions of the South Bank in just four minutes and the West End in 10 minutes – perfect for entertainment seekers and commuters alike. The area also benefits from a network of good schools (six classed as outstanding), two London universities (London South Bank University and London College of Communication) and some of the best views of London from an elevated position. Among its many hidden gems are leafy Victorian streets, authentic restaurants and interwoven layers of green spaces.
All residents of The Highwood will benefit from a 24-hour concierge service, located in the ground floor of the Club Lobby in Highwood Gardens.* Here, the use of authentic materials will give the feeling of being inside a light and spacious loft, welcoming visitors into a thriving social hub, where there are ample opportunities to meet people. Two lounge areas overlook the landscaped courtyard, providing a relaxing space for meeting friends and neighbours, while a more intimate space, tucked away in an alcove, offers a flexible working area.
One of the features that makes West Grove an exceptional place to live is its architectural diversity: it is a place of strong contrasts and richly detailed layers, where striking geometric building shapes are set against clusters of charmingly varied buildings that were partly inspired by the jigsaws of European houses that have sprung up over hundreds of years. Ultimately, however, its variety and individual buildings relate to each other through a shared emphasis on heritage.