We’re creating two parallel, car-free mews streets, lined with 10 three storey south facing terrace houses. These mews streets link into the wider network of open spaces and routes in the area. The houses are crafted to maximise aspect and light into the homes but avoid any overlooking of existing adjacent properties. The top two floors of each house step back to introduce distinctive corner windows, and generous roof terraces provide private amenity space to complement the individual front gardens provided at ground level.
Our scheme at 24 Station Road in South Norwood is located right next to Norwood Junction station, and designed by our very own Common Ground Architecture. The strong white building with its curved brick frontage brings confidence and even a touch of glamour to this fantastically convenient location. There will be a new, centrally located space for the local library with 14 new one and two bedroom homes above. The square front belies the stepped rear which allows for the provision of some lovely roof terraces for a few lucky apartments. All residents will benefit from the proximity to the station and local shops and cafes.
Family houses in neat low terraces just off Beulah Hill in Upper Norwood. The houses have private gardens as well as a new play area for children, while many of the apartments have wonderful views to the South. Perfect for growing families and anyone looking for a sense of space. Well connected to Crystal Palace and an easy commute into Central London.