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Bellway - The River Gardens, SE10

Prices from £460,000 to £935,000

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Welcome to The River Gardens

1,2 & 3 bedroom apartments with uninterrupted city views. Call us today for further information

The River Gardens is a prestigious development of new waterside homes in Royal Greenwich, the location of which is certain to appeal to commuters working in Canary Wharf and central London, as well as to first-time buyers.

This collection of 1,2, and 3-bedroom apartments enjoys a high quality specification, including integrated appliances, modern bathroom suites and balconies, while the development itself incorporates a private gym, swimming pool and concierge service for residents. Parking is also available to purchase.

For professionals, the proximity of The River Gardens to public transport connections and major roads is a boon. Cutty Sark DLR station is less than 20 minutes walk from the development and from there frequent services run to Canary Wharf (9 minutes), Bank (19 minutes), Stratford (22 minutes) and Lewisham (7 minutes). The nearest railway station is Maze Hill, around 10 minutes walk away and next to Greenwich Park, with services running to Greenwich, Deptford, London Bridge and London Cannon Street (journey time of around 15 minutes).

The Blackwall Tunnel, for travel north of the Thames, is less than two miles away, the A13 (for the City, east London and Essex) is less than three miles away and the A2 (for south London, Dartford, the M25, the M2 and Dover) is around five minutes away by car.

Westfield at Stratford is one of the biggest malls in Europe, with more than 250 stores, and of course central London with its world-class shopping, award-winning restaurants, museums, music and theatre, is just a train journey away.

Maritime Greenwich is a World Heritage Site and has many cultural attractions, including the Royal Observatory – home of the Prime Meridian Line – Greenwich Park, which covers 183 acres, the National Maritime Museum, and the Cutty Sark, a preserved Victorian tea clipper that is now an interactive museum

Shopping

Greenwich and Canary Wharf are both busy shopping destinations, boasting many designer boutiques and specialist retailers, as well as high-street stores. The vibrant Greenwich Market offers a selection of fresh produce, organic and street food, arts, crafts and antiques, while the area around the market is home to a plethora of bistros, restaurants, bars and cafés.