Commute on the “forgotten highway” at Enderby Wharf


Homes & Property calls Barratt London’s Enderby Wharf development one of the “hot homes with easy river commutes”.

Property correspondent for the London Evening Standard, Kristy Gray, discovers river commuting in London, choosing Barratt London’s Enderby Wharf development as one of the “hot homes along the river”. Enderby Wharf is located along one of the Capital’s most “scenic commuting options” says Gray, and sits in an unrivalled position in Greenwich with west-facing views to the river.

Residents at Enderby Wharf can easily commute by boat along “the Capital’s forgotten highway”, and have access to a number of other transport links. North Greenwich underground station is under a mile away, taking residents to Canary Wharf in just two minutes, London Waterloo in 11 minutes and Bond Street in 17 minutes.  For homeowners who prefer a more eclectic form of transport, the Emirates Air Line in North Greenwich takes residents to Royal Victoria Docks via a spectacular cable car ride, in just a few moments.

Gerald Thomas, Sales Director at Barratt London, comments, “Enderby Wharf epitomises modern London living. The development captures both the culture and history of Greenwich, whilst equally reflecting London’s modern style. With its enviable location, transport links to the economic hub of Canary Wharf, and host of amenities, we are expecting a strong interest from both owner occupiers and investors. We look forward to Enderby Wharf playing its part in the broader Greenwich regeneration.”

Built in an area of Greenwich known for its rich pioneering heritage, Enderby Wharf is a fantastic choice for residents who enjoy life by the water. With over 200 metres of river frontage, Enderby Wharf offers 891 one-bedroom suites, 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. The development is perfectly located for the busy Londoner who desires access to unique boutiques, rustic pubs, bustling historic markets, the high-flying life of the City with its various bars and eateries, and the West End for entertainment.

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