Blenheim Grove SE15 

A terrace of five customisable houses

We build the outside
You create the inside

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House 56
Under offer

2 bed
2.5 bath
1041 Sq Ft

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House 58
£ 899,995

3/4 bed
2.5 bath
1287 Sq Ft

House 60
£ 1,059,995

4/5 bed
2.5 bath
1553 Sq Ft

House 62
£ 1,149,995

4/5 bed
2.5 bath
1651 Sq Ft

House 64
Under offer

4/5 bed
3.5 bath
1870 Sq Ft


We are building 5 terraced shell houses on Blenheim Grove, in Peckham Rye.

We have teamed up with local architect Poulsom Middlehurst to create split-level houses which maximise every square inch of space. They have double-height voids and no hallways or stair landings which floods the house with light. The lack of walls and landings makes the homes feel much bigger than they are.

On top of this, we are leaving the internal fit out to you, so that you can make substantial savings in VAT and Stamp Duty and get the layout and the specification you want.


I’m interested, where can I find out more?

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Outside space

At Blenheim Grove, not only do you get to customise the inside of your houses, you also get the chance to customise your outside space with your choice of trees, thoughtfully selected by our architects.

Amelanchier lamarckii Robin Hill

Crataegus monogyna Stricta

Sorbus arnoldiana Golden Wonder

Apple Bramley's Seedling

Apple Cox's Orange Pippin

Apple Golden Delicious


This tree bears small dark fruit that have a similar taste to a blueberry or blackberry, and is commonly called Juneberry (or Saskatoon berry in Canada), with beautiful bronze, green, and orange leaves as the seasons change.


This tree is tough and durable, and is a Hawthorn tree, bearing small red fruit called Haw that provide food for birds and are also suitable to be made into jams. The tree flowers in May with yellow and then orange leaves in autumn.

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The Golden Wonder lives up to its name, with dark red stems and leaves that turn a pale yellow and then an orange-red in autumn. The flowers are important for bees and butterflies, with the golden fruits in August being good food for birds.


As far as apple trees go, the Bramley is definitely the most popular one for English cooking apples, with its acidity and strong apple flavour. NB The trees need two other flowering plants around them to give fruit.

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Unlike the Bramley, the Cox's Orange Pippin is regarded as one of the finest dessert apples to be eaten out of hand rather than cooked. The tree does best in areas of low rainfall and adequate sunshine.

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The Golden Delicious is a variety originally from the US state of Virginia, and is one of the most popular apples across the pond. The tree gives heavy crops and is very easy to grow, with beautiful leaf colour in autumn.

Press / Awards

1.     Shortlisted for the “Don’t move, improve!” award in 2016 for their project at Reighton Road and was part of the public exhibition housed in the Building Centre on Store Street in London

2.     Voted the unanimous winner by the audience and jury at the RIBA’s Guerilla Tactics

3.     The Blenheim Grove project was published as a case study for the NLA’s Insight Study into ‘New Ideas for Housing’

4.     Exhibited as part of ARENA’s Re-imagining Rurality conference at the University of Westminster

5.     Grand Designs Magazine featured Reighton Road as part of their ‘Roof Extension Special Edition’

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