Stylish new homes now available at Trinity Walk, Woolwich from just £330,000
17 January 2017
With the launch of Crossrail approaching, the average house price near the stations along the Elizabeth line have increased by an impressive 22 per cent in two years, according to research by Lloyds Bank*, tipping these areas as the newest property hotspots in the capital. Just a mile from the new station in Woolwich, South East London, is Trinity Walk, a contemporary collection of new apartments and townhouses by Lovell Homes, now available to purchase from just £330,000.
In addition, an innovative ‘immersive dome’ with Virtual Reality (VR) recently opened at the marketing suite at Trinity Walk, to help homebuyers visualise the development long before a show home is built.
Jonathan Goring, managing director at Lovell Homes, said: “It’s no wonder Woolwich is one to watch for aspiring homeowners in London. Woolwich’s brilliant travel links already provide an 18-minute train journey to Canary Wharf on the DLR, and when the new Crossrail station opens, travel times will get even shorter. Our new development Trinity Walk will be a distinctive new neighbourhood for first-time buyers and families in this new property hotspot.”
The new homes are part of the exciting £400 million Trinity Woolwich regeneration scheme. Development partners Lovell, asra Housing Group and The Royal Borough of Greenwich are transforming three ageing estates to create a desirable yet affordable place for city living.
Representing the first phase of the regeneration, Trinity Walk will be built in a yellow stock brick to complement the area’s rich military architecture and the historic walls which surround the former barracks nearby.
The development comprises one, two and three-bedroom apartments, and a collection of three and four-bedroom townhouses as well as a selection of wheelchair adaptable homes. Every home will be completed to the same high-quality specification, while the wheelchair adaptable homes will also benefit from an allocated parking space.
Landscaping provides the finishing touch; residents of the apartments will have enviable views of the linear park from the balconies, while soft planting borders some of the residential buildings, which are being named after local heroes who served in the First World War.
The ongoing regeneration in Woolwich has already seen the delivery of new green areas, office spaces and amenities and the arrival of Crossrail in 2018 will provide quicker journeys into the centre of London. With 12 services an hour, passengers from Woolwich will be able to reach Canary Wharf in eight minutes, Liverpool Street in 14 minutes and Bond Street in just 22 minutes.
Prices start from £330,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and London Help to Buy is available on all homes priced under £600,000, which means homebuyers will be able to secure a new home at Trinity Walk with just a 5 per cent deposit. The government will lend 40 per cent of the home’s value through a five year interest-free loan, so only a mortgage for the remaining 55 per cent will need to be arranged.
To experience the innovative VR show apartments, visit the sales and marketing suite off Brookhill Road (SE18 6UU), which is open seven days a week from 10am – 5pm. To bring Trinity Walk to life on your mobile or tablet, download the Augmented Reality (AR) app by visiting www.trinitywalk-woolwich.com.
For all sales enquiries, please call Lovell Homes on 0203 247 4762.