Alex Neil Estate Agents in Abbey Wood were established in 1984 and have been successfully providing residential sales and lettings services throughout the locality.
Named after the ancient woodlands that surround the ruins of Lesnes Abbey, Abbey Wood is located within the London Boroughs of Greenwich and Bexley. It is a site of geological interest due to its famous discoveries of shark teeth, remains of crocodile, turtle and fish bones, and the highly fossiliferous shell beds are often visited for digging.
While fossil findings have been popular, living in Abbey Wood has long been overlooked due to its poor transport links. However, the development of Crossrail
has drawn a lot of attention to the area. The Crossrail project is rejuvenating Abbey Wood’s rail station which opened in 1849 and is set to provide up to 12 fast trains an hour, taking only 11 minutes to get to Canary Wharf, 25 minutes to get into Central London and 51 minutes to travel to Heathrow airport.
Traditionally you can find a mix of homes in Abbey Wood, from modern former council terrace houses to semi-detached Thirties houses and Victorian terrace houses. More recently the area is seeing hundreds of new homes being built coinciding with the development of the new railway. The London suburb will also see a new public square, library, and general improvements to make it a more attractive place to live.
Abbey Wood has many schools
including primary and secondary, special schools, religious schools and grammar schools. Ofsted ratings have been generally positive with many schools attaining ‘good’ and ‘outstanding’ scores.
Reasonably priced homes and improvements to Abbey Wood make it an attractive place for those looking to find a home. If you’re looking to find out the value of your home, to purchase, to sell or to rent a property then our highly motivated teams would love to help.