London’s East Greenwich has a long royal as well as maritime history. The Placentia and Vanbrugh Castle were located here, as well as the Royal Naval Hospital and later its College. But perhaps more than anything else, the town in southeast London lent a hand in giving the world time. The 0º longitudinal line runs right through it, giving us Greenwich Mean Time.
Located just across the river from the Docklands and Canary Wharf and just steps from the heart of the rapidly regenerating Greenwich peninsula, Victoria Way offers a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and three- and four-bedroom executive homes. Featuring green wall elements and abundant outdoor space (public and with homes), Victoria Way is a few minutes from the charming Charlton Village and Westcombe Park stations. The property connects with the rest of London quickly and efficiently by the mainline station as well as Tube, and the Docklands light railway network links Canary Wharf and The Docklands to The City. In addition Victoria Way is just about two kilometres from the O2 Pier where Thames Clippers operate commuter services.
Developed by Galliard Homes and Fairview, apartments at Victoria Way range from 506 to 1,345 square feet; executive homes with private gardens measure 969 to 1,141 square feet. Among the features and amenities included with units are materials such as stainless steel, polished oak, energy efficient lighting, Saloni tiling, state-or-the-art security features and fully integrated appliances.
Prices for one-, two- and three-bedroom units at Victoria Way begin at £194,995 (HK$2.3 million). For further information contact CBRE on+852 2820 6553 or send email enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.