No more nightmare journeys home
According to TFL, demand for the underground in the evening and at night has increased by a whopping 70% since 2000, with an incredible half a million people using the service after 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays. It’s a good job then that London’s 24-hour tube service launched at the weekend, allowing commuters and night owls to use the underground throughout the night on selected lines.
The Victoria and Central lines are the first to offer a round-the-clock service, good news for existing residents and a draw for those looking to buy a London home with great transport links.
Ideally located to make the most of the new service, the homes at Park Heights, by Network Homes, are just a ten-minute walk from Stockwell station on the Victoria Line. The development comprises stylish one and two-bedroom apartments, all with balconies to enjoy extensive views of London; ideal for professionals working and socialising in the city centre. For further information on Park Heights call 0344 809 2026 or visit parkheightssw9.co.uk.
Similarly, Berkeley Homes’ Vista development on Queenstown Road is just over a mile from the tube services at Vauxhall on the Victoria Line. Vista also offers access to the adjacent Battersea Park and its green acres as well as sitting directly across the river from bustling Chelsea. For information on the one and two-bedroom apartments at Vista, call 0203 811 2012 or visit berkeleygroup.co.uk.
The Northern, Piccadilly and Jubilee Lines are set to follow suit in the autumn so check back for properties close by to those stops.