Final units go on sale at Woolwich development

Following a flurry of sales at The One, a boutique development in the heart of Woolwich, only 7 apartments remain. Available for sale through leading International Off-Plan Property Consultancy, LH1 Global, prices for the final homes at The One start from £345,000.

The One comprises 19 elegantly designed one-two- and three-bedroom apartments, with the majority benefitting from outside space in the form of private recessed balconies and terraces, whilst upper floor units enjoy spectacular vistas of London’s sprawling skyline through full-height windows.

Proving popular with buyers, the interior of each home offers comfortable open-plan living, with high-grade finishes, integrated kitchens fitted with Bosch appliances and high-quality bathrooms.

Designed with a green ethos, The One features a wealth of environmentally friendly aspects, including biodiverse rooftops, photovoltaic panels, renewable energy/low carbon technologies throughout and a wonderful wild planted communal terrace.

Rayna Hunter CEO of LH1 Global commented: “The One is in a fantastic location in the heart of Woolwich, which has undergone an incredible transformation in recent years. It is the perfect base for those commuting into central London or out to Canary Wharf, whilst offering an exciting lifestyle, with numerous amenities and places of interest close by. With all of these factors considered, we’re not surprised by the sales success at the project and expect the remaining apartments to be snapped up in short time by a mixture of owner occupiers and investors.”

Situated in a prime position, The One is surrounded by an abundance of listed buildings, heritage centres and a short walk from the revitalised riverside quarter and excellent transport links. An immediate amenity includes a Tesco Express store, which is located within the ground floor commercial unit of the building.

Woolwich is one of the best-connected locations in London, with the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail), Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and National Rail stations all located within one mile of the development. Providing short transport times to central London, Canary Wharf, the City and the West End, Woolwich is the perfect base for commuters.

There are also multiple bus links across London from Woolwich, whilst the Thames Clipper service from Woolwich Pier offers a scenic route into the city centre. London’s City Airport can also be reached in 5 minutes via the Docklands Light Railway, with Heathrow Airport under an hour away via direct link on the Elizabeth Line.

Following an extensive regeneration programme Woolwich has been transformed into one of south London’s most popular residential areas. On the horizon is a £400m project to convert the Grade II listed 1930s former covered market site at Spray Street into an exciting mixed-use space, which will include a collection of new homes, as well as bars, restaurants, shops, and flagship Picturehouse cinema. There are also plans for new offices and shops by Woolwich Arsenal station and a new waterfront leisure centre.