Rich in Culture and Rich in Life
Friends and family can meet at this lively yet residential location. Featuring a plethora of cafes, bars, restaurants as well as art galleries and shops, Oval Village is both full of life whilst remaining laid back and relaxed. Oval is packed with so many wonderful parks, and an excellent culinary scene that offers street food, as well as global cuisines and fine dining. Residents have access to everything from here, the best of fashion, art, music, and finance.
The theatres, art galleries and museums in this neighbourhood have created a cultural hub with the community at its core. Residents of Oval Village can experience the calm and tranquility of residential English life while being only a few moments away from the hustle and bustle of Central London. Oval offers an array of beautiful spaces to enjoy unwinding and relaxing within its multiple green havens.
The modern vibe is achieved using a minimalist palette, using fittings and accents to provide clean lines and reflective finishes which have resulted in a textured and appealing aesthetic. The apartments are meticulously designed to create ease and practicality as well as elegance.
Curated kitchens with concealed seamless fittings are perfect to entertain for any occasion. The colour tones used in the bedrooms are designed to evoke peace through soothing colours to allow residents to perfectly relax and recharge.
Many of the world’s finest educational institutions are in London, and as no exception, Oval Village is in a very convenient close proximity of many of these.
Chelsea College of Arts – 19 minutes
London School of Economics – 24 minutes
King’s College London – 24 minutes
University College London – 24 minutes
The Oval ,which is situated adjacent to the site, has since 1845 been the home ground of Surrey County Cricket. It was also the first ground to host an international test cricket in the whole of England. In the recent few years, thanks to significant redevelopments it has also been seeing improved capacity.
The Oval Gas Holders
The Oval Gas Holders are an iconic structure of the world famous Oval Cricket Grounds backdrop, that many cricket fans are used to seeing. Initially constructed in 1877 the gas holders were a major feat of Victorian engineering. Oval Village is delighted to be home to the restoration of the largest Gas Holder.
Located on the banks of the River Thames, Lambeth Palace has for 800 years been the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury. A series of fetes and open days are hosted on its beautiful grounds and guided tours are offered to allow visitors to explore the chapels and rooms of this iconic and historical home and workplace.
Imperial War Museum
The Imperial War Museum was founded during the First World War with the aim of telling the stories of people across the world. It features an exhilarating collection of exhibitions and activities. It is surrounded by a wonderful park known as The Tibetan Peace Garden.
An 8 minute walk from Oval Village, Vauxhall Station is a Zone 1 station. Also a key hub which offers National Rail as well as the tube.
Running on the Northern Line, Oval station is a 10 minute walk from Oval Village.
Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens:
In the 1730s and 1740s, Vauxhall was the fashionable place to be for socialites and aristocrats. They would come to listen to classical music by George Frideric Handel. The name began here as it was known as London’s pleasure gardens for the affluent, the aristocrats as well as the wealthy sons of merchants. In the 18th century, the gardens were amongst London’s leading venues for public entertainment. The park had closed then reopened in 1976 and is now named Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens.
The London borough of Lambeth home to over 60 public gardens and public parks is an ideal spot for an early morning or afternoon jog. Kennington Park is the crown jewel of the neighbourhood, offering a selection of leisure facilities such as a flower garden and open grasslands. The park was officially opened in 1854, however before that in 1724 it was used for top-class matches.
Located on the South Bank of the River, The London Eye is Europe’s tallest observation wheel and attracts more than 3.75 million visitors a year. It is the United Kingdoms more popular paid tourist attraction.
Vauxhall Street Food Market:
The Vauxhall Street Food Market sells a selection of gourmet street food with cuisines from all over the world as well as drinks. The market takes place on weekdays as well as certain weekends.
The West End
Oval Village is very well situated to enjoy all the city has to offer. The fashionable boutiques of King’s Road are not far away nor is Soho and Covent Garden for exceptional cuisines and the theatre.
The excellent travel connections make it so easy for residents to enjoy the best of London.
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Why is Oval Village the best place to invest in Central London?
Strategically positioned between Vauxhall (Zone 1) and Oval (Zone 2)
At the cusp of Prime Central London
Under 10 minute walk of 3 tube stations
Prime Central London house prices forecasted to grow over 20% in the next 5 years (Source: Saville)
Short commuting distance for work and major shopping locations.
Only 8 minutes by tube to Oxford Circus
Demand for property in Lambeth far outstrips the supply available.
Higher rental yield projections than most of Central London