The Gramercy Greenwich

Creek Road, Greenwich, London, SE10 9RF
£650,000   Guide price (£650,000 )

Description

**STAMP DUTY EVENT - 23RD SEPTEMBER - BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW** This spacious TWO BEDROOM apartment on the FIRST FLOOR has an impressive open plan kitchen/living/dining space giving access to the BALCONY. The master bedroom features a BUILT-IN WARDROBE with mirrored doors and an EN-SUITE. There is a further bathroom and the apartment also benefits from ample storage space. Register your interest NOW thegramercy-greenwich.co.uk or call us on 020 3320 8220.

Location

Greenwich is well served by public transport. The Jubilee line stops at Northern Greenwich, near the O2, which is a short shuttle bus ride from the centre of the town. There are two rail stations, Greenwich and Maze Hill, which serve central London, east London and parts of Kent. Greenwich and Cutty Sark stations are part of the Docklands Light Railways (DLR) network. Bus services link Greenwich to a wide choice of areas including Catford, Elephant & Castle, Eltham, New Cross, Waterloo and Woolwich.

Many people travel in to work onboard a streamlined catamaran or river boat.

London City Airport is located in nearby Silvertown and you can also ‘fly' on Britain's only urban cable car, Emirates Air Line.

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Further Information

Area Guide

Located a reassuring distance from the hustle and bustle of the inner city, but no more than 25 minutes away from central London, Greenwich is a leafy, green neighbourhood with many cobbled streets at its heart, and an abundance of space, attractions and amenities.

History is on your doorstep in Greenwich and the pride in the past can be seen everywhere. Arguably the most striking example is the Cutty Sark, the world's last surviving tea clipper, which now stands majestically in dry dock by the river. Originally
built in Scotland (its name comes from a Robbie Burns poem), the Cutty Sark has been lovingly restored and carefully conserved.

The greenness of Greenwich comes to life in Greenwich Park, which sits alongside the National Maritime Museum. Former hunting ground of Henry VIII who was born in Greenwich, the Royal Park is one of the largest single green spaces in south-east London.

Greenwich can satisfy virtually every craving when it comes to food and drink. Sticks n' Sushi has wonderful sushi and yakitori straight from the grill, while Peyton & Byrne serves up diet-defying pies, sausage rolls and salads. If you fancy an authentic
London dish going back over 200 years or more, pop in to Goddards at Greenwich for traditional pie and mash which also features vegetarian dishes on the menu. There are other excellent restaurants dotted around with a deliciously diverse range of cuisines including Thai, Spanish, French, Italian, Latin American as well as traditional British fare.

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Contact Property Agent

Alex Sloane

Savills Greater London Developments

33 Margaret Street

London

London

W1G 0JD

+44 (0) 20 3320 8220

James Thomas

Savills Greater London Developments

33 Margaret Street

London

London

W1G 0JD

+44 (0) 20 3320 8220