Greenwich DLR and National Rail station is only moments away from Wood Wharf Apartments. This is a fantastic part of London to live in, owing to the beautiful scenery that Blackheath and Greenwich Park provide, as well as the University of Greenwich. Set on the banks of the River Thames, there is plenty to do on this development’s doorstep, but residents can also enjoy quick and convenient transport links into and out of the city. The huge entertainment hub that is the O2 Arena is just a couple of miles away down the river bank, too.
Within Wood Wharf Apartments, residents will be pleased to find bright and spacious living arrangements along with a variety of helpful amenities. These include a secure private underground storage unit, a concierge service, underground parking and an atrium area at the centre. Wood Wharf Apartments run on a video entry system.
Most flats come with a private balcony, and all feature floor-to-ceiling windows that result in rooms being flooded with natural light. Flats at the front of the building have a spectacular view of the river, with the Isle of Dogs on the other side and Canary Wharf just beyond it.
Units vary in size, with an open-plan living area and kitchens finished to a good standard. Bedrooms are all genuine doubles with master suites benefitting from at least an ensuite, and an in-built cupboard for further storage. Ensuites in the smaller units are wet rooms, while family bathrooms are fully tiled with showers over the bath.
These flats offer a high standard of living within an area of London with much to offer.
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Designed around an internal courtyard (perfect for checking the weather and temperature before fully heading out).
The concierge is wonderful, kind, and extremely helpful and supportive.
The building is quirky and charming for a modern development. Definitely doesn’t just have that white box feel other have. Modern warehouse ish feel. And perfectly situated to stations, and shops
Please tell us what you like and dislike about this area:
Very close to a big Waitrose, and little Tesco.
Close to the station and not far from a national rail station
Fabulous pubs just a stones throw away.
And relaxing step away from the hustle and bustle of London by the river
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
The sound proofing between neighbours is not as good as one may have hoped. So just need to be concisious of not being too loud. Or having big bass speakers. But most neighbours are thoughtful about it.