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Located in Croydon, a borough outside central London, Addiscombe Grove is about 9.4 miles away from Charing Cross. Although Croydon is part of Outer London, it has a thriving shopping district and an impressive night-time economy. Moreover, Central London, Gatwick airport, and the seaside city of Brighton can all be reached through East Croydon station, which is within a 2-minute walk from Addiscombe Grove. Also, it takes only 3 minutes to reach the A232, a major road that connects Croydon and Orpington.
To take a break from the urban jungle, residents of Addiscombe Grove can take a 5-minute walk to the 130-year-old Park Hill Park or go a few extra minutes to reach Lloyd Park.
Also, the complex has Boxpark nearby, which consists of repurposed shipping containers, filled by cafes, restaurants, and bars, that have boosted the nightlife economy.
Inspired by the iconic NLA Tower, which looms over Addiscombe Grove, the high-rise complex exhibits the same angled geometrics in its façade as its distinctive neighbour. The building’s windows, interlaced with glazed tiles, form a fascinating pattern that plays with the sun’s beams during the day. The triangular-shaped complex has 22 storeys, which makes it only a couple storeys shorter than the NLA Tower.
On the ninth floor, there is a peaceful setting for small gatherings and relaxation. Moreover, Addiscombe Grove provides two more gardens as an open-air communal space for socializing with neighbours and friends. The 20th floor is home to the Nordic Garden, while the top floor reveals the Hidden Garden with a breathtaking view of the neighbourhood.
The ninth floor holds a wellness room, which can be used for fitness and yoga sessions or other types of gatherings. In addition, all residents have access to three different terraces, adorned with plants to brighten up the area.
The ground floor offers a spacious lounge space to work, study, or hold an informal meeting. Additionally, if the lounge seems too busy or noisy for concentrating on some important tasks, there is a special workspace just next door. All those areas are also provided with fast hyperoptic WiFi to make it more convenient for the residents.
To store bicycles, Addiscombe Grove offers a secure space on the ground floor.
There are 112 one-bedroom apartments, designed to provide its residents with everything needed, using the available space in the most efficient way. The bedrooms have enough space to accommodate a double bed, a pair of bedside cabinets, and a wardrobe.
The bathrooms come with Duravit sanitaryware and a walk-in shower.
Each apartment is provided with a built-in storage cupboard and a fully-fitted handleless kitchen, equipped with Zanussi appliances.
Addiscombe Grove is a project of Pocket Living, a real estate development company that was founded in 2005. Based in London, Pocket Living is focused on creating well-designed, affordable homes for Londoners. The company has a diverse portfolio, which includes projects such as West Green Place N17, Gardner Close E11, Harbard Close IG11, and Forest Road E17.
If you want to know more about Pocket Living or Addiscombe Grove, please visit the official website of the developer for more information.
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