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L&Q at Greenwich Square in Greenwich by L&Q

Greenwich, Greater London, SE10 9FT

1, 2 & 3 bedroom properties

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The next phase of Shared Ownership homes at Greenwich Square will be coming soon.

Due to launch early 2020, L&Q at Greenwich Square will boast a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the heart of Greenwich.

The development has everything you could need on your doorstep, making life that little bit more convenient. With every block distinct and individual, creating an intelligent balance between shared community and private space. Within its thriving neighbourhood, you will find Greenwich Market, many local independent stores and you will discover restaurants to suit every pocket and every mood. Just next door, residents can enjoy the Greenwich Centre with not one but two swimming pools, a stylish gym, crèche, modern library and medical centre to ensure the best possible lifestyle for everyone. Nearby, you can also take a stroll around Greenwich Park and enjoy the sweeping views of the River Thames and its remarkable mix of 17th century landscapes and lovely gardens.

Greenwich boasts excellent transport routes across London with the option of a scenic commute via boat to Canary Wharf in just 10 minutes*. Maze Hill Overground station is a 12 minute walk away taking you to London Bridge in 12 minutes*. Alternatively, North Greenwich station is just a short bus ride away connecting you to the Jubilee line where you can reach Waterloo in under 15 minutes*.

This is the perfect place to call home, living in a charming part of London with ease of travel to The Docklands, City, West End and beyond. These homes will be set around a beautiful garden square and crafted to a high specification offering a private outdoor space to some apartments.

L&Q at Greenwich Square will be open to applicants who live or work in any London borough. Priority will be given to anyone living or working in Greenwich.

*Times taken from TFL

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