Upper floor 2-bedroom apartment within a block of riverside apartments with functional lift access to all floors. Located in the Centre of Greenwich, which has an extraordinary mix of the past and present.
Side view of River Thames. Few yards from the Cutty Sark. Tidy interior..
All rooms on one level and neatly decorated including oil paintings.
The building is placed directly in front and just yards from River Thames. Few yards away you have quiet children play grounds on both sides one of which is supervised and provides a very good entertainment for the kids.
The location is safe and quiet despite being just yards from the ever-bubbling day and nightlife of Greenwich. You will enjoy a ride or walk along the Thames path towards Canary Wharf and other parts of London.
Many departmental stores including Marks and Spencer foods store (300yards away), Tesco, Iceland, Cooperative and Sainsbury.
Other local attractions: Other local attractions apart from the Cutty Sark, Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory are The Greenwich antique market, The famous Royal Park and the Gypsy Moth IV (in which Sir Francis Christopher sailed around the world between 1966 and 1967). Others include The Trinity Music college, Sailing clubs, Comedy theatre, Old Royal Naval College and Eltham Palace. Walk along the Thames pathway towards central London or the Greenwich Millennium Dome. This is the largest fabric structure in the world containing one million sq ft of fabric. It's roof covers 20acres and is strong enough to support the weight of a jumbo jet! In nearby Woolwich is the Firepower (Artillery) Museum, Greenwich Heritage centre, Youth theatre. A bus ride down the road is the Thames barrier (a unique and incredible feat of engineering that stretches 1/3mile across the Thames River built in 1983 to stop the River Thames flooding). Its Thames learning centre has a range of games, learning activities and information.
Local entertainment: Greenwich has an eclectic mix of cinema, shops, eateries, bars and Cafes and a relaxed atmosphere. Restaurants in the lively Greenwich centre are plentiful and open till very late. Array of local pubs, shops, Club houses and cafe. The Greenwich Peninsula has a multi-screen cinema complex and restaurants. Greenwich leisure centre with swimming pool is a few minutes walk. Charlton stadium, home to Premiership football club, Charlton Athletic FC is 3miles away. Range of Children and adult activities, including Circus shows, run at the Historic Blackheath Park most holiday periods & some weekends. Enjoy a local visit to the Trinity college of Music. Good shore fishing sites if day permit or membership. ExCel international Exhibition & conference centre is 7miles away.
The Creek Comedy club is literary by your door step. A number of sailing clubs are available as you take a walk or cycle along the Thames River.
David Beckham football academy is also local (close to The Millennium Dome).
Transport & shopping: Excellent transport link. Greenwich is in London travel zone 2. Three rail/tube stations close by. Cutty Sark DLR Metro station is 2 mins walk away and Greenwich station is 10 mins walk. Local North Greenwich underground tube Station. All provide frequent services to London Bridge station etc in 12 minutes. Several buses run non-stop from local bus stands day/night. Also Riverboat travel from Greenwich Pier. Buy Oyster travel card for unlimited travel around Greenwich and other London stations. Rail travel/ taxi to London City airport (7 miles), Heathrow airport (25 miles), Gatwick, Stanstead or Luton airports
Local amenities including departmental stores, eateries,cinema, comedy club, music school, leisure centre including swimming available in Greenwich town centre. Bluewater, the leading and most innovative shopping and leisure destination in Europe is within 20 minutes reach by train.Admire it's enigmatic posture with over 330 stores, 40 cafes and restaurants and 13 screen cinema.
Strictly no loud music or parties allowed in the accommodation please.