Discover the hidden charms and unique heritage of one of London’s best kept secrets. As one of London’s most revitalised neighbourhoods, Trinity Walk’s modern re-imagining of timeless style is set to become a definitive development in the exciting future of Woolwich. With 46 one, two & three bedroom apartments available for sale through shared ownership, the development provides a fabulous opportunity to own a home in this vibrant community in the South East of London.
- Development Prices From £460,000 - £495,000
- Shared Ownership 25% shares from £115,000 - £123,750
- Unit Summary 3 bedroom apartments, duplex and triplex.
About this development
Trinity Walk is the first phase of the Trinity Woolwich regeneration scheme which, alongside Trinity Rise (phase 2) and Trinity Park ( Phase 3), will se 1,500 new, high-quality, mix tenure homes build over the next 12 years.
With excellent transport links to the city - Canary Wharf 18 mins; Stratford 20 mins; London Bridge 22 mins; Waterloo 27 mins; Bank 28 mins; Liverpool Street 33 mins; Oxford Circus 38 mins; King`s Cross 40 mins; Victoria 40 mins.
Woolwich is well connected to the national road network via the South Circular A205 and the A206 linking to the M25 and Dartford, making it easy to travel afield.
London City airport is only 2 stops away from Woolwich on the DLR, connecting Woolwich to popular destinations in Europe and beyond.
- Open to all applicants who live or work in a London Borough.
- Have a household income of no more than £90,000.
- Applicants must be unable to purchase a suitable home to meet their housing needs on the open market and cannot already own a home or will need to have sold their current home before completion.
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