Townhouses in Abbey Wood, south-east London

Abbey Wood, in south east London, is close to Greenwich and Bexley, and within a 10 minute walk of several parks. We have a variety of 2-bed, 2.5-bed, 3-bed and 4-bed townhouses, as well as en-suite double rooms in a large 4-bed townhouse.

Currently available:

Currently full
Abbey Wood on the Elizabeth line is a 10 minute walk
180 to Plumstead, Woolwich, Lewisham and Greenwich
On-street parking with a permit
Eligibility criteria
  • No under 18s
  • No pets allowed
  • Your annual income must be 30x monthly licence fee
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The properties

Our townhouses are of varying sizes and some have one double bedroom and three singles, others, one double bedroom and two singles. We also have one 4-bed townhouse which consists of four large en-suite bedrooms and a shared kitchen on the ground floor.

Outdoor space

Some of the townhouses have private gardens and balconies at the back of the properties, while many also have green space at the front – perfect for enjoying your morning coffee and breakfast.

The wide open spaces of Southmere Park are a short 10 minute stroll, and within half an hour’s walk you can reach Crossness Nature Reserve. Head in the opposite direction, and a walk through Lesnes Abbey Woods Local Nature Reserve will leave you feeling far away from the city.

The local area

Top picks are The Taproom just off Station Way, Woolwich, offering craft ales and stone baked pizzas; Fusion Woolwich for fresh Chinese food made to order; French artisan bakery and patisserie, Boulangerie Jade on Major Draper Street and Dial Arch, a lovingly restored 18th century armoury now serving craft ales and gastro bites.

Within 10 minutes’ walk you’ll reach a large Lidl and Sainsbury’s, as well as Thamesmead Gym, Abbey Wood surgery and dental clinics, a chemist and Thamesmead Library.

Volunteering opportunities

Making a difference to the local and wider community is what we’re all about, and Dot Dot Dot guardians volunteer at least 16 hours every month for good causes. In Abbey Wood, you can volunteer at Crossness Engines. The site is a historic Victorian pumping station that provides educational days out for school children as well as preserving an important piece of history. A mix of gardening, event coordination and more specialised volunteering are all welcome.

I’ve fallen in love with the area. There’s something poignant about living here. There’s so much natural beauty set against the stark backdrop of Brutalist architecture. It’s inspiring. I think that’s why there’s such a wonderful artistic community here with people producing art from their heart.”


Abbey Wood guardian

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Licence fee review

Dot Dot Dot undertakes a licence fee review every twelve months. Broadly, any increases will be based on the rate of inflation at the time of review, but they will also take into account any specific changes in our costs or in the local market. We also look at changes to council tax rates and utilities. Current guardians will be given at least two month’s notice before their licence fees change and new guardians will not face changes for at least six months.


Please note that photos on this page represent the range of spaces we manage and do not necessarily depict the space you may move into. You will have an opportunity to see the spaces at a later stage at a group viewing.