Kidbrooke Village sets a new standard for contemporary living


Kidbrooke Village

Kidbrooke Village is located in one of London's most popular locations, the Royal Borough of Greenwich and comprises of four distinct neighbourhoods, integrated seamlessly into one community. In total, the complex will offer 4,966 living spaces and a sense of wellbeing as a part of the lifestyle at Kidbrooke village. You will have access to a residents' only gym, pool, private cinema, business lounge as well as a 24-hour Concierge, which offers services from accepting home deliveries to greeting visitors.

Kidbrooke Village comprises of 4 distinct neighbourhoods:

The Village Centre: The hub of Kidbrooke Village, with Kidbrooke station on the doorstep and offers a wealth of amenities including Sainsbury's Local supermarket, The Depot Pub & Dining, cafe, health centre with much more planned. Also located at the heart of Kidbrooke Village is Birch House, Centrum Court and Agora Court

Meridian Gate: Centrally located within Kidbrooke Village, ideally positioned between the new Cator Park and established Sutcliffe Park.


Blackheath Quarter: Located to the North West of Kidbrooke Village and adjacent to the newly created Cator Park City Point: Situated to the South of Kidbrooke Village,




City Point sits adjacent to Sutcliffe Park, an established Green Flag status environment


Kidbrooke train station is less than a 10-minute walk from the development, depending on where you are exactly located. For example, it will take you less than a minute to reach Kidbrooke station from Agora Court, from where you can take a ride to London Bridge (22 mins), Waterloo (23 mins), Charing Cross (32 mins) and Victoria (31 mins). Trains also connect to Lewisham (25 mins), providing DLR to Greenwich, Canary Wharf, Stratford and London City Airport.

For families with children, it will be essential to know that not far from the residential complex, several primary and secondary schools that can easily be reached by foot. The closest educational centres would be Wingfield Primary School (5 min), Brooklands Preschool (10 min), and Riverston School for children from 1 to 16 years of age (9 min).

The surrounding area of Kidbrooke village includes a variety of traditional shops, cafes and high-class restaurants, while the local sports club offers golf, rugby and hockey classes. The construction plan involves transforming this area with a prospect of creating new entertainment, education and sports establishments in the nearest future.

The complex provides 86 acres of new parkland and open space, where you'll soon find your favourite spots for a walk, ride or run. The waterways of Cator Park, in particular, make Kidbrooke Village a landmark destination. As a haven for wildlife, these diverse habitats have been protected in partnership with London Wildlife Trust.

Cultural activities

Investing in Kidbrooke Village is a chance to live in the cultural capital of the world. London is among the oldest of the world's great cities – its history spanning nearly two millennia – and one of the most cosmopolitan. By far Britain's largest metropolis, it is also the country's economic, transportation, music, fashion, education and political centres. Explore London by starting with the closest attractions to Kidbrooke Village. By bus you can reach the Royal Observatory astronomical observatory in 26 minutes, Greenwich Park in 28 minutes, the National Maritime Museum in 25 minutes, Cutty Sark in 26 minutes and the legendary Meridian Line in 35 minutes.

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