Belvedere is a small area in South East London, with Abbey Wood to the west and Erith to the East. The main area is Nuxley Village in Upper Belvedere where you will find the local shops, bank, post office and supermarket along with the main doctors’ surgery.
Belvedere Rail station is located in Lower Belvedere, providing easy access to central London with regular services to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street in about 35 minutes.
Travel times to central London will be reduced once Crossrail’s Elizabeth line is open (late 2018) with an interchange at the next station, Abbey Wood.
Belvedere has always been popular with families as there are a number of good local schools along with many parks and playgrounds such as the newly opened Belvedere Beach playground which has a water feature, onsite kiosk and toilets.
The recent residential development of Belvedere Park, has proved to be very popular with first time buyers and tenants with its easy access to the station and local amenities.
Belvedere was originally part of Lesnes Heath, which was part of Sir Culling Eardley’s estate. Eardley built a wooden tower on the heath to give him the views over his estate and the River Thames, which gave Belvedere its name from the Italian "Beautiful View".
Belvedere has a wide variety of properties from purpose built flats, conversions and terraced, semi-detached and detached spacious Victorian houses.
Bennett Mason is one of Belvedere's local estate agents selling, letting and property management for properties in the area, DA17, DA8
Belvedere Estate Agents: 020 7700 7007