27th May 2020
Top 10 reasons why people are buying at Lovell Homes’ Trinity Walk in Woolwich
1 Value for money
With prices for apartments starting from £360,000, which makes it one of the inexpensive areas to buy in south east London, it’s no wonder Trinity Walk in Woolwich is proving so popular with first time buyers.
That’s according to Lea Hudson, sales manager at Lovell Homes, who said: “We have had an influx of first time buyers at Trinity Walk of all ages and nationalities who are attracted to the development for its value for money. Londoners are also falling in love with the area. There’s a lot to enjoy on the doorstep.”
2 Apartments size
With some two bedroom apartments over 850 square feet and 3 bedroom apartments over 1000 square feet, Trinity Walk offers both size and spaciousness for London buyers.
Good storage is on the tick list for most buyers who are looking to buy an apartment and Trinity Walk has that base covered.
One buyer commented: “A big part of the decision-making process at Trinity Walk was the amount of storage available in the apartment. So many new builds don’t have enough. I love a tidy place, so to be able to have all my things tucked away out of sight was very important. I joke that you can get a bed in my storage cupboard – but it’s true! Friends who have come around also can’t believe how big the apartment is.”
4 Stylish apartments
The interiors at Trinity Walk are also striking. Buyers can expect stylish open plan, high gloss kitchens, with a range of integrated appliances included. Each home also boasts contemporary white bathrooms suits and fully fitted flooring throughout.
5 Lifestyle – things to do
‘Coolwich’ as the London press now call Woolwich, boasts a wide range of cafés, pubs and restaurants which, when they re-opens, will be very popular again. Local amenities and green open spaces are also in abundance. As well green walkways down to the riverside, Woolwich boasts a number of open spaces and parks including Barrack Field – over 10 acres of greenfield for cycling, running and walking.
Sports facilities: Woolwich has a leisure centre offering tennis, football and cricket. The Waterfront Leisure Centre offers two pools, water slides, gym, squash and a 5 a side football pitch.
6 ‘Up and Coming’ area
Woolwich is now becoming one of the hot property spots in south east London, being transformed with several major regeneration schemes, including a Cultural Centre, taking place in and around the town centre.
In the pipeline are housing developments, Crossrail, as well as new leisure facilities, which is helping shape a vibrant and dynamic town centre.
The Royal Borough of Greenwich has agreed a £31 million investment to transform a series of landmark historic buildings into a 16,500m² creative district along the Royal Arsenal riverfront.
7 Rail links into London
With the underground a five-minute walk from Trinity Walk and Crossrail on the way, buyers are attracted to Trinity Walk for its accessibility to central London and Canary Wharf.
There’s a real sense of community living at Trinity Walk and many buyers refer to being made welcome when they first move in.
Of the most satisfying parts of the job for Lovell Homes sales manager Lea Hudson is seeing the friendships being made when people move into a new housing development.
After over 20 years selling new homes, Lea has got to know hundreds of buyers but never gets tired of hearing about new friendship bonds that strike up when people move onto a new development. “We have been selling at Trinity walk for a number of years and it’s very gratifying to see a community grow on this new development. Like-minded people looking out for each other is what living in an apartment block is all about.”
9 Affordability / Help to Buy
First-time and second time buyers are finding they can afford to buy at Trinity Walk with the London Help to Buy scheme. A five per cent deposit is all buyers need and with interest rates being historically low, it’s a very attractive opportunity. Many buyers discover they are now paying less in monthly mortgage payments than they did in rent.
10 Outside space
With outside space in London being a premium, Trinity Walk’s two bedroom apartments offer at least one balcony, with the larger three bedroom apartments offering two balconies with some residents enjoying morning and afternoon sun.