The Telegraph Works project at Greenwich provides affordable Shared Ownership

Greenwich is a town with an abundance of beauty, great connectivity and entertainment – a UNESCO World Heritage Site that anchors a refreshing vision of culture, history, wildlife and architecture. Continuing to embrace international cuisines and cultures all on the banks of the Thames, Greenwich has an attractive aura. At the end of September, housing provider, Peabody, launched Telegraph Works, a stylish and conveniently located development for young professionals, couples and families.

The development comprises a collection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, all available through Shared Ownership. Prices will start from £105,300 for a 30 per cent share of a one-bedroom apartment.

Telegraph Works is a well-served development for connectivity. North Greenwich Tube Station, the nearest for all major connections, is just a seven-minute bike ride away from the development. Shopping on Bond Street or the bright lights of the West End is a mere 17 minutes away on the Jubilee Line.

Residents can reach Canary Wharf in just eight minutes via the Jubilee Line, while London Bridge is a quick nine minutes away. The area has further connectivity with its DLR services, with Greenwich DLR station just eight minutes cycle away from the development. For those commuting into the City, Bank is a 22-minute train ride away via the DRL.

Andrew Peglau, Head of Marketing at Peabody comments: Telegraph Works is a striking new development that has a lot to offer young professionals and families. Its historic location and glorious green spaces will give residents that high-quality London lifestyle they are seeking, at an attainable price.

“All apartments are finished to a high specification, equipped with quality fixtures and fittings that complement the contemporary styling and architecture of the development.. Integrated appliances are installed throughout the kitchen, while both bathrooms and en-suites feature chrome heated towel rails and consist of grey tiled flooring and walls. An additional perk is access to parking spaces.”

Bars, cafés and restaurants

Greenwich Peninsula has established itself as a hub for both recreation and retail – home to an IMAX cinema and retail parks with a variety of high street stores. Additionally, Greenwich town centre is just a 20-minute walk along the Thames from the development, where residents can enjoy a number of bars, cafés and restaurants,.

In addition, Greenwich Park is a 10-minute walk away from Telegraph Works, with the slopes of the park offering the perfect view of the sunset over the River Thames and old Greenwich below. The expansive green space is also home to The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Royal Observatory and Queens House all on the doorstep of the development.

Prices start at £129,000 for a 30 per cent share of a two-bedroom and prices for a 30 per cent share of a three-bedroom apartment start at £166,500.

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