Belvedere was originally part of the estate of Sir Culling Eardley who constructed a large, wooden tower on the Heath as a viewpoint across the river giving the area the name. The area known as Nuxley Village quickly grew up around All Saints Church and the Villa houses constructed by Eardley. Belvedere offers many facilities including local shops, supermarket, restaurants, public houses and library. Belvedere also boasts a substantial open air water park and play park for the children. Belvedere also has a mainline railway station with regular services to London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street via Woolwich and Greenwich or Lewisham, enabling easy connection to the Docklands Light Railway. Road links from the area give access to A2/M2, A20/M20, M25 and Dartford Tunnel as well as the Bluewater Shopping Complex and Ebbsfleet International station. The area offers a pleasing variety of property with substantial building taking place in the area in the Victorian era and the 1930's.
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