28th August 2019

New show apartment opens for viewing at Trinity Walk, Woolwich

As well as the impressive size – apartments sizes range from around 563 sq ft for a one bed, up to 865 sq ft for a two bed and 1,083 for three bed – the interiors at Trinity Walk are also striking. Buyers can also expect high gloss kitchens with most fitted with fully integrated appliances. Each home also boasts contemporary white bathrooms suites and fully fitted flooring throughout.

Jean-Philippe Gadel, regional sales manager at Lovell Homes London, said: “The show apartment has received some very favourable feedback. Visitors are very surprised to see the space standards at Trinity Walk and we recommend people come in to view so they can get a true sense of space. It also helps people visualise where they’ll put their own furniture.

“All apartments have been built larger than the London average for new build recommendations, setting us apart from the competition. Importantly for all buyers, we also have very generous storage space in all our apartments which is a quite unique feature in new homes.”

Jean-Philippe added: “The launch of Phase 2 at our Trinity Walk has got off to a good start with 12 sales this summer and we’re expecting a good deal of interest now we have launched our new show apartment.”

Sales executive at Lovell Homes, Emma Stockdale, added: “With prices for a one bed luxury apartment starting at £339,000, first-time buyers are finding they can afford to buy at our brand-new development in Woolwich with the Government’s Help to Buy initiative.

“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.”

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.

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.

Prices start at £339,000 and with Help to Buy available on all homes under £600,000, Lovell Homes is expecting even more take up on this popular Government-backed scheme in the coming months.

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