A tale of two cities
Living here is the perfect balance between city life and natural surroundings. Synergy’s open courtyards and landscaping have been specially designed to create a welcoming, lively community feeling. One that extends into the surrounding area with its many shops, supermarkets, eateries, schools and bars. What’s more, all you love about Central London is within easy reach too; both Westcombe Park Overground (Zone 3) and Charlton Overground (Zone 3) are only about a 10-minute walk.
Also near Synergy is another world. A green, tranquil one where the only thing that’s buzzing is nature. Choose from over 50 beautiful, leafy parks and open spaces to relax in. Synergy really is the best of both worlds.
The local area section shows you useful information specifically set within a local proximity to your chosen development. This ranges from things to do, local amenities, school options and transport links.
With so much on offer in this sought-after area - including shops, entertainment options, great places to eat and convenient transport links - choosing a home at Synergy will also mean you are surrounded by a rich history. The Jacobean-era Charlton House is just a mile from Synergy and is a huge attraction for those who are fascinated by this period of time.
Whatever you need for everyday life, you’ll find it in and around these fantastic new flats for sale. There is a good range of high street shops close by, along with cafés, restaurants, a post office, a gym, Odeon cinema and supermarkets. Beyond the immediate area, you're less than a mile from the Thames, the world-famous Thames Barrier and a thousand years of British maritime history, represented by the National Maritime Museum, the Old Royal Navy College, the Cutty Sark and the home of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). For soccer fans, Charlton Athletic’s home ground is just half a mile away. For shopping fans, there's a choice of vibrant retail destinations within five miles of Victoria Way, including Gallions Reach, Surrey Quays and Westfield Stratford.
Families will find they are close to a number of good schools for children of all ages. There are plenty of primary schools within a short walk or drive. Fossdene Primary (rated ‘Good’) is less than a 10 minute walk from home, St Mary Magdalene CofE Primary (‘Good’) is 5 minutes’ drive away, Charlton Manor Primary School (‘Good’) is around 10 minutes away by car, while Sherington Primary School (‘Outstanding’) and Our Lady Grace Catholic Primary School (also ‘Outstanding’) are both around 13 minutes away on foot.
For older students, St Mary Magdalene CofE Secondary is approximately 10 minutes’ drive from home and has been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
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