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Enderby Wharf by Barratt London

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Overview

Enderby Wharf, SE10
Enderby Wharf sits in an unrivalled position in Greenwich with west-facing views to the City and Canary Wharf, providing over 200 metres of river frontage. An impressive riverfront development offering studios, one, two, three-bedroom apartments and penthouses, all with private outdoor space. Underground parking is included on all three-bedroom homes and on selected two-bedroom apartments.

Enderby Wharf combines modern living facilities with peaceful surroundings for you to unwind in. The buildings have been designed with a ripple effect that mirrors the Thames, and are arranged to allow daylight to flood the tranquil landscaped gardens. Residents can benefit from a 24-hour concierge service, exclusive fitness suite on two levels, proposed crèche facilities and riverside living.
The development is well-served by road, rail, air and boat and benefits from Zone 2 transport links, making it ideal location for commuters working in Canary Wharf and central London. Reach Canary Wharf in two minutes from nearby North Greenwich Underground station, or Bond Street in just 17 minutes for the West End.

Development features

• With over 200m of river frontage, Enderby Wharf is the ideal location for those seeking riverside living
• Enjoy the views of The City and Canary Wharf from your private balcony
• Zone 2 transport links nearby with direct access to central London
• Spacious homes with underground parking available on selected apartments
• Enjoy the landscaped gardens
• Benefit from the residents' fitness suite and 24-hour concierge
  1. RIVERSIDE LIVING
  2. PRIVATE OUTDOOR SPACE
  3. UNDERGROUND PARKING
  4. GYM & CONCIERGE

Location

Location

Christchurch Way, Greenwich, London SE10 0AG

Opening hours

Our Sales Suite is open Monday to Sunday 10:00-18:00

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Discover the maritime charm of Greenwich. Get lost in the little shops and beautiful old buildings lining the historic streets of this royal borough. Famous for its maritime feel and history, Greenwich is an ideal place to let life ebb and flow at the pace you wish. Find countless ways to work, travel, eat, drink, relax and socialise. Enjoy an invigorating run in Greenwich Park and, on top of the hill, be amazed by the breathtaking views of the River Thames contrasted with the unmistakable backdrop of Canary Wharf. Just a few steps away from the perfect cultural getaway, you can transport yourself into the fascinating naval history of Britain in the Royal Museums of Greenwich. Head to Greenwich High Road and unwind in one of many cafés and restaurants, or sample the most famous local dishes at quaint English pubs, like the Cutty Sark. On the weekends, saunter through Greenwich Market and shop for distinctive pieces and vintage finds that will give a unique touch to your new home.

Local Shopping

Whether you're looking for something special, or need some retail therapy, shops, stalls and boutiques lie in every compass direction. To fulfil your needs for unique finds, vintage clothing and cutting-edge street fashion, head for the shopper's paradise of Greenwich Market. Let yourself go with its creative buzz while appreciating the surroundings of this World Heritage site. Explore the independent spirit and charm of the boutiques of Blackheath Village and Greenwich town centre. Head to the hundreds of big name brands in Westfield Stratford City, peruse the exclusive marques of Canary Wharf, or in 20 minutes, you can be browsing the designer fashion houses on Bond Street and the West End.

Education

In the Royal Borough you're well placed to pick your preferred seat of learning. From outstanding local state and independent schools and colleges, to the University of Greenwich and new School of Architecture and Construction, Greenwich attracts both the academic and the artistic. Noted local institutions include Colfe's, one of London's oldest schools, and the acclaimed Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, while the University of Greenwich claims one of the nation's most picturesque campuses in the stately grounds of the Old Royal Naval College. Many of London's top schools, colleges and universities are under an hour from your door, including LSE, UCL, Imperial College, Central Saint Martins and Goldsmiths.

Transport Links

Perfectly located close to transport links in zone 2, you can be in Canary Wharf in two minutes or London Bridge in eight from North Greenwich. From Cutty Sark Overground be in Lewisham in seven minutes or City Airport in 18 minutes. Plus superbly located for travel by boat, the Thames Clipper provides River Bus services to Woolwich Arsenal and LondoLocated right on the river and well served by road, rail, air and boat, Enderby Wharf's location lets you come and go as you please. Along the river, London Bridge (8 min) Canary Wharf (12 min) and the City (20 min) are an easy commute. Situated in Central London Zone 2, you're well connected to public transport. North Greenwich Underground station, Cutty Sark DLR and Maze Hill Overground station are all close by, while Crossrail, due for completion in 2018, will connect Custom House and Canary Wharf to popular work and leisure destinations across the capital. The Thames Clipper can whisk you up and downriver from nearby Greenwich and North Greenwich piers, with another planned for Enderby Wharf itself. You can also take to the skies and cross the river via the Emirates Air Line cable car. Connecting Greenwich peninsula with the Royal Docks area to the north, it affords you a unique view of the Thames meandering beneath your feet. City Airport is 18 minutes by DLR, with flights to 35 international destinations, and Heathrow around an hour and a half away, with Gatwick reachable in under an hour. Enderby Wharf is also well connected by road, with London Bridge and the City 20 minutes away, and the M25 also just 20 minutes to the south, or 30 minutes north.n Bridge/Westminster Piers. Source: tfl.gov.uk.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Maze Hill (0.4 miles)
Light Railway Station logo Island Gardens (0.7 miles)
National Train Station logo Westcombe Park (0.7 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

About Developer

Heritage
Barratt Developments is the nation’s largest house builder, creating great new places to live throughout Britain.

Established in 1958 by Sir Laurie Barratt, our business is acquiring land, obtaining planning consents and building the highest quality homes in places people aspire to live. This is supported by our expertise in land, design, construction and sales and marketing.

Our vision is to lead the future of housebuilding by putting customers at the heart of everything we do.

Barratt London is one of the leading residential developers in the capital with over 30 years' experience. Our portfolio in London is diverse and ranges from state-of-the-art apartments and penthouses in Westminster to riverside communities in Fulham, and complex, mixed-use regeneration schemes in Hendon.

5 star
We build the highest quality homes recognised by our HBF 5-star customer rating, the only major house builder to have achieved this for the eighth consecutive year.

Pride in the Job
SUPREME WINNER 2017
Winner of more Pride in the Job awards than any other homebuilder, including the prestigious Supreme award for the 2nd year running, this year awarded to our Aldgate Place development.

Homebuilder and House builder of the year awards
Barratt Developments plc has been named Homebuilder of the Year, at the Sunday Times British Homes Awards. The awards are widely recognised as one of the most coveted to win, with a particular focus on showcasing design excellence in today’s new homes.

We are also proud to be named Large House builder of the Year, at the house builder awards 2016.

Industry Affiliations

One of the UK's leading providers of new homes warranties

Home Builders Federation representing the industry in England and Wales

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