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WELCOME TO ABBEY WALL
SOUTH-WEST LONDON'S NEW DYNAMIC DESTINATION
Abbey Wall is a new and exciting landmark development in SW19, one of south-west London’s most dynamic areas. History, culture, industry and art inspire this exclusive collection of apartments, all with balcony or terrace plus residents' roof gardens, bringing cool and luxury living to a vibrant, dynamic location.
On one side, leafy riverside walks and a craft village. On the other, High Path’s forthcoming renaissance, bringing new homes, new shops, workspaces, exhilarating green spaces and amenities. A home at Abbey Wall allows you to take advantage of it all.
Designed to provide a link between the old and the emerging, it combines medieval boundary walls with state-of-the-art modern architecture that reinterprets the local character. Buff brick and pitched roofs are inspired by the individual setting, with striking copper-tone windows reflecting the historic copper mills and artisans the area was once home to.
All indigoScott developments are finished to an exceptional standard and Abbey Wall reflects the latest in high quality specification. Finishes will include stunning contemporary, bespoke built kitchens with composite stone worktops and upstands, under cabinet low energy lighting, an extensive range of integrated appliances and engineered oak flooring.
Contemporary en-suite and principal bathrooms are finished in timeless and stylish finishes, with black accented brassware. Underfloor heating and a range of heat saving features are also offered. To read more about our commitment to sustainability, click here.
For a full breakdown of specification, please download the Abbey Wall brochure by clicking on the button below.
STEEPED IN HISTORY
While the original Merton Abbey was one of the country’s most important monastic houses in the early 12th century, the Wandle Valley has also been home to Bronze and Iron Age settlements, Roman roads and Saxon farmsteads, not to mention an Iron Railway and Britain’s greatest naval hero, Admiral Lord Nelson.
Nowadays, all that remains are the foundations of the 900-year old Chapter House, yet its links to King John, Thomas Becket, Henry VIII and the origins of English law have ensured their preservation as a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
More recently, the River Wandle became renowned as the epicentre of creativity and industry. With textile works and silk throwers in the area since the 17th and 18th centuries, nearby Merton Abbey Mills welcomed the legendary artist and textile designer William Morris in 1881. In 1904 his workshops were purchased by another of the key exponents of the Arts and Crafts movement, world famous Liberty of London, where they printed the iconic fabrics that are still popular today.
FOOD FROM AROUND THE GLOBE JUST AROUND THE CORNER
Meet up with friends old and new just a short stroll from Abbey Wall at Merton Abbey Mills, where you’ll discover a lively hub of entertainment, creativity, bars and culinary delights.
A tempting choice of restaurants offer a taste of world flavours and include Ban Yan Thai, Nanay Rosa, serving up delicious Filipino food, Rock Star Sushi Bar, SW19 Italian, The Belgian Brasserie, Ting ‘n’ Ting for Caribbean fare and Assisted by Nature with its vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian menu. For those seeking a full-on 'meatfest', there's Wandle Pirates where your Tomohawk steak can be served aside a succulent grilled lobster.
An eclectic array of independent retailers is complemented by the market every weekend, running for 26 years and once one of London’s busiest.
Visit the Merton Abbey Mills website here.
GET YOURSELF CONNECTED
Less than 10 minutes away, you'll find South Wimbledon and Colliers Wood tube stations, both on the Northern Line, delivering you to London Waterloo in just 21 minutes, London Bridge in 22 minutes, Leicester Square in 25 minutes, Bank in 27 minutes and Kings Cross in 29 minutes.
Using the District Line you'll be in Earl's Court in 17 minutes, Edgware Road in 31 minutes, Westminster in 32 minutes and Heathrow (via Piccadilly Line) in 50 minutes.
South West Trains from Wimbledon deliver you to Clapham Junction in 7 minutes and Waterloo in 17 minutes.
Fancy the tram? From Wimbledon, the TFL tram delivers you to Merton Park in 5 minutes, West Croydon in 24 minutes and East Croydon in 30 minutes.
For the international traveller Heathrow is 47 minutes by car, Gatwick 50 minutes, Luton 1hour, 22 minutes and Stansted 1 hour 38 minutes away.
DISCOVER THE AREA FOR YOURSELF
As well as being the birthplace of tennis, Wimbledon is also the setting for the world famous tournament and one of London’s last remaining urban villages. It weaves colour, community and convenience together with lush green open spaces and glittering waterways, all within easy reach of London’s City and West End.
Browse the elegant designer stores and quirky independent boutiques in nearby Wimbledon Village, sampling cuisine from across the globe in its stylish restaurants and cosmopolitan cafés. For convenience, there’s a large Sainsbury’s supermarket and M&S just a few minutes’ walk from Abbey Wall, while on your doorstep, Merton Abbey Mills is the perfect place to eat, drink, shop and play.
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STUNNING NEW HOMES FROM A FORWARD THINKING DEVELOPER
Established in 1997, indigoScott is a privately-owned developer of beautiful homes, based in South West London.
We combine the latest innovations with truly considered planning, design and construction and as a niche business, focus on evaluating every site individually in order to create unique, bespoke homes.
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