Bathroom and en suite
The living area is designed to suit every lifestyle. As the most important area in your home, we know it’s not just a space for relaxation, but also your home’s showcase. These open-plan living spaces are brimming with modern detail but allow plenty of room for a personal touch
A development of new homes in Woolwich, conveniently situated for accessing local transport services into London. The area was a principal naval and munitions site for around 400 years and is now undergoing significant regeneration, including new leisure and commercial facilities, as well as a new Crossrail station.
The local area
Residents of these new homes in Woolwich will discover a wealth of shopping possibilities within easy reach. Bluewater at Greenhithe, Canary Wharf Shopping Centre and Westfield Stratford City are all around 30 minutes’ drive from Battalion Court and between them offer hundreds of high-street, independent, boutique and specialist stores, as well as restaurants, cafés, bars and cinemas.
Locally, several supermarkets are situated within 10 minutes’ walk of the development and a selection of shops can be found along Powis Street and Hare Street. In addition, a market takes place six days a week in Beresford Square, 10 minutes’ walk away, and a farmers’ market is held twice a month in Artillery Square, around 15 minutes’ walk away.
Sports facilities include the Waterfront Leisure Centre, which has two swimming pools, a sports hall, gym, exercise studios and squash courts; football and rugby pitches within Charlton Park and tennis courts at Maryon Park – all within 15 minutes’ walk of the development. Charlton Lido and Lifestyle Club, with its heated outdoor swimming pool, is located within Hornfair Park, which is also home to a BMX track and open-air cycle studio, and can be reached in around five minutes by car.
For professionals commuting to London and Docklands, the development is ideally situated for accessing public transport. Woolwich Arsenal and Woolwich Dockyard railway stations are both a 10-minute walk away and from there trains run to Greenwich, Deptford, Lewisham and London (Cannon Street, London Bridge, Waterloo East and Charing Cross), among other destinations. Docklands Light Railway trains also stop at Woolwich Arsenal and from there it is a five-minute journey to London City Airport, with services continuing to Stratford International and Bank. London Underground services can be accessed at many DLR stations. With the arrival of the Crossrail Elizabeth line at the end of 2020, journey times are expected to be eight minutes to Canary Wharf, 14 minutes to Liverpool Street and 22 minutes to central London (Bond Street).Disclaimer
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