Revitalised riverfront

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Homes and Property features Enderby Wharf in its focus on Greenwich.

What has previously been an unused path is being rejuvenated at Barratt London’s Enderby Wharf development, says property correspondent to the London Evening Standard, David Spittles.

The 200 metres of river frontage will also offer 891 new homes at Enderby Wharf, and residents will be able to access new restaurants, cafés and bars. Another addition to the Thames Path is the “forthcoming cruise-liner terminal” which is “helping to revitalise a neglected riverside strip between the town centre and the Greenwich Peninsula, home of the O2”.

Spittles states the cruise terminal will be a “major tourism boost for the area”, which will host up to 50 ships a year from 2017. For the first time in history, “London will be the starting and finishing point for world cruises”.

Located on a meandering bank of the Thames in the historic Royal Borough of Greenwich, Enderby Wharf is an impressive new riverside destination. With views of the City and Canary Wharf, Enderby Wharf features one-bedroom suites, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses.

Follow the link to read the full New homes in London: Enderby Wharf in Greenwich article on homesandproperty.co.uk.