Barratt London - 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 and underground parking included on two and three-bedroom homes.
From new drama at Greenwich Theatre to the blockbuster shows of the West End; global bands at The O2 on Greenwich Peninsula to intimate jazz at Ronnie Scott's in Soho, and the Royal Albert Hall to the local Pelton Arms on a Saturday night, London has it all when it comes to music, theatre, and opera. Relish a weekend exploring the cultural and historical treasures of Greenwich, housed within their own architectural gems, or head 30 minutes west along the river to the Southbank's Hayward Gallery or Tate Modern.
In this royal borough you are 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.
Whether you're looking for something special or need some retail therapy, shops, stalls and boutiques lie in every direction. For vintage clothing and cutting-edge street fashion, head for nearby Greenwich Market, or take a short walk across Greenwich Park or the Old Royal Naval College gardens and discover the independent spirit and charm of the boutiques of Blackheath village and Greenwich town centre.
Located on the riverfront and well served by road, rail, air and boat, Enderby Wharf is in an enviable location. Greenwich Park is a short stroll, while heading west along the river, Canary Wharf (12 minutes) and the City (20 minutes) are an easy commute from North Greenwich Underground station. Crossrail, due for completion in 2018, will connect Custom House and Canary Wharf to the rest of the Capital.
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