Daily Telegraph looks at best performing locations in the housing market.
Isabelle Fraser, business and property correspondent at The Daily Telegraph uses Savills’ latest housing market research to pick which boroughs are “a star, a stag, a leader or a lagger”. Her analysis shows Greenwich, where Barratt London’s Enderby Wharf development is located, has “zoomed up the rankings”.
Savills research shows “where prices have surged, and areas which have been left behind” over the last 20 years. The UK has a “unique housing marketing”, where “seven of the 11 stars of the UK housing market are in London”. Through gentrification the likes of Lewisham, Altham Forest, Haringey, Greenwich, Southward and Newham experienced rapid growth, and now “join Hackney on the leaderboard”.
The Royal borough of Greenwich experienced a wave of “regeneration surrounding the 2012 Olympics”, with the area becoming a property magnet for investors and commuters, thanks to its proximity to central London. Located right on the river and well served by road, rail, air and boat, Enderby Wharf is situated in an enviable location on the Greenwich Peninsula. With North Greenwich underground station under a mile away, residents can reach Canary Wharf in two minutes, via the Jubilee line.
Enderby Wharf stretches along 200m of river frontage and comprises studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses. All apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows and a private balcony or terrace, from which many will enjoy views of the River Thames, Canary Wharf or the City.
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