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- Underfloor heating throughout
- All apartments include a 10-year warranty
- Fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
- Private balcony
In the heart of contemporary Woolwich, surrounded by culture and diversity, this striking second-floor, three-bed apartment provides the brightest and lightest home in this fashionable new locale. Optivo’s Inglis House apartments offer a high specification to provide the very best in contemporary urban living. Apartment layouts have been cleverly configured to maximise the interior space.
A home in Inglis House is city living at its best, with all transport links no more than 7 minutes away on foot. The dynamic location will be connected by Crossrail with trains frequently traveling to major London boroughs. Frequent buses serve the local area, however, if you prefer to venture further then the DLR and mainline station are all within close proximity. With trains to Canary Wharf in 8 minutes and the West End in 22 minutes, commuting is sure to be seamless. For those who prefer the scenic route, Woolwich ferry offers free service across the Thames. For international travel, you can reach London City Airport in just 8 minutes on the DLR from Woolwich Arsenal.
Woolwich is home to a thriving and diverse community, and this is reflected with independent new bars and restaurants energising the area. Beresford Square and General Gordon Square are destinations in their own right, boasting a flourishing farmers market, organic cafés, and open-air dining. New gastro-pubs, pizzerias, and the vast Tesco supermarket promise a prosperous future for the district.
Experience the world from your doorstep. Woolwich’s colourful stalls bring the streets to life. Enjoy a shopping trip with some fragrant world food on the way, or take in a street performance in one of the public squares. Alternatively, nearby Greenwich is steeped in history, with the world’s largest maritime museum, the monumental Cutty Sark, and the Royal Observatory. But, if peace and quiet are what you need, you can spend an afternoon taking a relaxing walk or cycle along the Thames path, meandering beside the river, where you can take in the city’s stunning skyline.