Christchurch Way, Greenwich, London SE10 0AG

1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments currently available

From £435,000 to £815,000

Sales suite opening hours 10:00-18:00 seven days a week

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Enderby Wharf sits in an unrivalled position in Greenwich with west-facing views to the City and Canary Wharf and over 200 metres of river frontage.

Cook House is now available offering a range of studios, one, two, three-bedroom apartments with river views, call now to book an appointment. 

Availability

Plot Beds Price from Floor Building/Address Availability Link
258 1 £435,000 2nd Cook Available
253 1 £440,000 2nd Cook Available
257 2 £590,000 2nd Cook Available
205 2 £645,000 2nd Cook Available
254 2 £670,000 2nd Cook Available
539 3 £700,000 8th Drake Available
256 3 £785,000 2nd Cook Available
203 3 £815,000 2nd Cook Available

We will pay 3% contribution towards your Stamp Duty*

Buy a three-bedroom apartment now at Enderby Wharf and complete before September-16 and we will pay 3% contribution towards your stamp duty. This offer is available on selected plots.

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Amenities

  • Private balcony or terrace

  • Residents' fitness suite

  • Waterfront development

  • 24-hour concierge

  • Outdoor communal

About

Built in an area of Greenwich known for its rich pioneering heritage, Enderby Wharf is a fantastic choice if you enjoy life by the water. With over 200 metres of river frontage, Enderby Wharf offers studios and one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses, each with floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor space, many with views of the River Thames, Canary Wharf or the City.

Enderby Wharf will become a vibrant new quarter in Greenwich. The site has been selected to play host to London's first international cruise liner terminal, due for completion in 2017. Other planned amenities include a private residents' fitness suite, 24 hour concierge, a crèche, landscaped gardens and 200 metres of rejuvenated Thames path, open to everyone.

 

The site was named after Samuel Enderby, a maritime entrepreneur and explorer who founded a shipping company in the 18th century. His residence, Enderby House, a listed building, now forms part of the new development. We are proud to be refurbishing this so it becomes a cultural hub for Greenwich. The Wharf's long history has seen it play a part in major events: it was here that some of the first transatlantic telecommunication cables were manufactured as well as a petrol pipeline which ran under the English Channel to support the Allies after D-Day.

Cook House at Enderby Wharf

Cook House is now available offering a range of studios, one, two, three-bedroom apartments with river views, each with floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor space. 

Location

Greenwich enjoys Royal Borough status and has a very unique feel to it. When it comes to travelling, eating, drinking and socialising, there is a vast amount of choice on your doorstep. Enjoy a morning run in Greenwich Park and, from the top of the hill, the great views of the Thames with the unmistakable backdrop of Canary Wharf.

Enderby Wharf neighbourhood guide

Find out more about the area

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  • Site plan

  • Location map

Wheelchair accessible homes

A number of private sale wheelchair accessible apartments are available at Enderby Wharf for a limited time only.
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Planning and construction

Should you have any queries relating to the planning or construction of the development, please contact us on 0800 170 7270.

News

Launching Drake House at Enderby Wharf

Drake House, the latest phase at Enderby Wharf, launched yesterday.

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Enderby Wharf captures incredible view of Viking ship

47,800 tonne cruise ship weaves its way down the River Thames

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Sales & Marketing Suite now open

Featuring a stunning three-bedroom apartment, the Enderby Wharf sales and marketing suite will give you an appreciation of your potential new home. *Please note there is only limited on-site parking

Launching Enderby Wharf

Barratt London launches Enderby Wharf, a new riverside development steeped in history in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

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Barratt London makes Regatta a reality

Fifty of the most spectacular tall ships in the world sail along the River Thames as Greenwich plays host to London's first Regatta in a quarter of a century.

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