In the heart of one of south-east London's most vibrant and creative neighbourhoods, Anthology Deptford Foundry sits on the site of a former metal foundry formed in 1831 by engineer Josiah Stone. The original foundry on Arklow Road was once a thriving centre of design excellence, producing a variety of metal goods from propellors to manhole covers. The design and architecture of our new homes have been inspired by this rich industrial history.
Made up of eight buildings and one tower, Deptford Foundry houses 276 private homes in total. A selection of one, two and three-bedroom homes are on offer, all boasting balconies or terraces. Its residents will have access to a beautiful, communal landscape garden and the development will also become home to artists, designers and makers thanks to its work spaces. Set in a thriving local community, the rest of the city is also within easy reach via the nearby stations at New Cross and Deptford.
Deptford is one of London's most diverse areas and is renowned throughout city for its commitment to the arts. Each year, Deptford hosts the annual Deptford X contemporary arts festival, which has been going since 1998, and attracts art lovers from all over the country. The investment in art and culture from the local community and beyond, and the diversity that the area represents means there's always something interesting to do in Deptford. Schools in Deptford are of a very high quality and its proximity to the University of London's Goldsmiths means a very vibrant arts scene.
It has excellent transport links, making it easy to get into central London and out to the surrounding Kent countryside. Deptford and New Cross stations have direct connections to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross. The A2 is also close by if travelling by car.