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New Shared Ownership Homes Launched In Isle Of Dogs

by Kos
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Developer L&Q launches new shared ownership homes at New Union Wharf in the Isle of Dogs.

New Union Wharf is a collection of 399 new homes available via social rent, shared ownership, and private sales. L&Q has just launched the latest phase of the development, offering new shared ownership apartments across 1-bedroom flats and 2-bed apartments.

New Homes At New Union Wharf

New homeowners will have all the benefits this new development boasts to its residents, starting from riverside walkways to swift links to the city. 

Addressing the affordable house need in London, new homebuyers can secure a new home at New Union Wharf with deposits starting from around £10,500. Note that homeownership requires several additional costs, including legal and mortgage fees. It means a deposit is only the first step in purchasing a new home.

The developer designed five stunning towers of New Union Wharf with the community in mind. To achieve that, architects Jestico + Whiles designed clustered terraces and blocks facing the river and centred around wide streets, landscaped greenery, and inner courtyards, attributing the East End heritage of the surroundings.

The first word that comes to mind when describing new homes by L&Q is contemporary. Modern fitted kitchens offer integrated appliances and LED lighting, while bathrooms come with chrome fixtures and grey porcelain tiled flooring.

Moreover, homeowners will enjoy integrated storage, allowing clutter-free living. And just outside, each home has a private balcony or terrace and nearby community gardens.

Location And Transport At New Union Wharf

The new development is the face of buzzing city living. It sits just a short walk from major retail amenities and entertainment hotspots. For a more relaxed atmosphere, there is nearby Greenwich Peninsula, a state-of-the-art destination with riverside walkways, art galleries, and the famous market.

The Tide Greenwich Peninsula

Moreover, major leisure hotspots are likewise within a 20-minute reach. For instance, Greenwich Park, perhaps the most iconic green space in London, is just a short bike ride away. Meanwhile, the new development itself offers striking vistas across the river, while Sir John McDougall Gardens sit just a little to the west of the new build.

As for the transport links, residents at New Union Wharf are spoilt for choice of swift routes across London. Cross Harbour DLR station is within a 7-minute walk, while Canary Wharf tube station offers links to London Bridge in just 6 minutes.

 

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