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Abbey Wood Property and Houses for Sale and Rent


Abbey Wood Area Guide

A suburb of South East London, the majority of Abbey Wood is positioned in the Borough of Greenwich, but a smaller part is also within the borders of the Borough of Bexley.  It is less than ten miles east of Charing Cross, and has excellent transport links including Abbey Wood Railway station, with regular trains to London Bridge and London Charing Cross.

Abbey Wood has a number of local attractions and areas of interest including Lesnes Abbey Woods.  An ancient woodland with a diverse wildlife habitats, plants and flowers; the woods were named after the adjacent ruins of Lesnes Abbey (founded in 1178).  Nearby Bostall Heath and Bostall Woods are home to a bowling green, football facilities and a bowling green.  Both Lesnes Abbey Woods and Bostall Heath and Woods are part of the Green Chain Walk network.


Facilities in Abbey Wood

Abbey Wood has a lot of history to be discovered such as Lesnes Ruins. Bostall woods are located in the heart of Abbey Wood providing great days out for local residents, Near to the train station are local shops and parades in McLeod Road. There is also a Sainsbury store near to Abbey Wood Train station.


Dining out in Abbey Wood

There is something to suit everyone’s taste, Indian restaurant Located in Abbey Wood Village as well as fast food outlets locally and in nearby towns such as Bexleyheath and Welling.


Local Schools

Abbey Wood has a wealth of local schools, including:
Alexander McLeod Primary School, Bannockburn Primary School, Bishop John Robinson Church of England Primary School, Boxgrove Primary School, Cardwell Primary School, Conway Primary School, De Lucy Primary School, Discovery Primary School, Eglinton Primary School, St Thomas A Beckett Roman Catholic Primary School, Gallions Mount Primary School, Gordon Primary School and Greenslade Primary School.