The Moore, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10

The Moore, Greenwich Peninsula, SE10

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4.53 Rating (based on 5 reviews) 5 reviews

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The Moore, found in the Parkside area of Greenwich Peninsula, is a mixed-use development. Comprising of residential developments and also commercial units, the development spreads over seven neighbourhoods. With 144 residential units (choose from studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments), the nearest tube station is North Greenwich. Which offers handy connections to Canary Wharf, London Bridge as well as, Waterloo. Read more

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4.60
Facilities
4.40
Design
4.60
Location
3.60
Value
4.00
Management

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Nice development, I love living here

Verified Resident

The development is very clean, well kept and well maintained. The insulation and the sound proofing of my flat are superb as well. I can’t hear any noise coming from my neighbours which is good. My flat is exceptionally warm during the winter as well because of the high quality insulation.

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Well connected area, the tube station is only eight minutes away by foot. There is a Tesco Express next to the tube station and another small shop just at the corner.

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Council house opposite my flat has a lot of kids screaming, its a bit noisy.

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Could do better on property maintenance

Regular occasions on faulty gates and faulty elevators. Property management could do better in maintaining these basic facilities to ensure safety of the residents. Otherwise, location is good, close by to a pub and O2. Gym facilities are very good.

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A new city

Apparently by 2032 more than 10,000 new homes will be built in seven neighbourhoods with new schools, shops, offices, a film studio and health services. At the moment there are apparently 1000 (or 2000 I keep reading different numbers) completed on the peninsula. From North Greenwich Tube it is already possible to reach Canary Wharf in two minutes, London Bridge in less than 10, and Waterloo in about 11 minutes. We came to view the peninsula as we are considering an investment here, we weren’t keen to live on a building site for the next 15 years but the way they are zoning the works means that disruption isn’t too bad. We are looking to invest and are considering a couple of different block before they all get snapped up.

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Love Greenwich life

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I rented in Greenwich Millennium Village and loved the area so decided to pool resources with my girlfriend and purchase a one-bed flat in 2015. We had been to launch events before and underestimated demand so we missed out – this time we got there early and queued for hours to reserve out flat! The flat has been great as my neighbours in are all very friendly and we often chat in the lifts.

When you live in Greenwich next to the river and the Greenwich Ecology Park it doesn’t feel like full on city living and instead I have the best of both worlds. My commute is easy which was important to me as I can walk and avoid the joys of rush hour! Buses are on my doorstep and the convenience to the Jubilee line, and the ability to get anywhere in London quickly.

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I don’t know what it is like post brexit but the peninsula is popular

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Creating a home

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We decided to buy here within a few hours of visiting and have now been in our apartment for almost a year. We love the light and space and our neighbours have all created their own uniqueness within their homes – it certainly doesn’t feel like a development of identikit properties. I work in our study area in the evenings or on grey days, but when the suns shining I sit at the dining table so I can look out on the view. I travel a lot for work so the easy transport links to the city or airport works for us and we enjoy everything the area has to offer or just popping to Borough market together at the weekend.

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There is a lot of development coming, make sure you look at all the wider plans for the area, we are particularly excited about the design district coming in 2019.

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Location
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