23rd August 2019

Lovell Homes’ Trinity Walk in Woolwich strikes a chord with first time buyers

With prices for a one bed luxury apartment starting at £339,000, first-time buyers are finding they can afford to buy at this brand-new development in Woolwich with the Government’s Help to Buy initiative.

Trinity Walk is a stunning collection of 445 new build one, two and three-bedroom apartments and 13 three and four bedroom townhouses. The first phase sold out in June.

Location is at the heart of this architect-designed scheme with the new Crossrail station located a mile away allowing commuters a seven-minute journey to central London when it opens.

The buildings have been carefully considered to create a strong visual impact, accentuated with sensitive design details to provide a sense of individuality and style.

Each new home has been built to maximise space and light as well as being finished with a high specification to ensure high levels of comfort, security and quality.

Jean-Philippe Gadel, regional sales manager at Lovell Homes London, said: “It’s a great start to selling Phase 2 at Trinity Walk. Many people don’t think they can afford to buy in London but first-time buyers are finding they can here. It’s a very strong message for us.

“It’s lovely to see people being able to purchase their very own apartment and get a foot on the housing ladder in London. Nearly all of our purchasers have been first-time buyers and many have found the experience quite straightforward. There’s never been a better time to buy.”

Sales executive at Lovell Homes, Emma Stockdale, added: “Buyers are very surprised to see the space standards of our homes at Trinity Walk. All apartments have been built larger than the London average for new build recommendations, setting us apart from the competition.”

The interiors at Trinity Walk are also striking. Buyers can expect high gloss kitchens, with most fitted with fully integrated appliances. Each home also boasts contemporary white bathrooms suits and fully fitted flooring throughout.

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