16 THREE-BEDROOM TOWNHOUSES IN THE HEART OF PENINSULA WEST, GREENWICH.
ONLY FIVE HOUSES REMAIN.
THE AREAIS RIGHTLY CONSIDERED ONE OF THE HOMES OF MODERN DAY COMMUNICATIONS
Named after one of Greenwich’s most successful merchant families, Enderby Wharf first manufactured ropes for the navy before moving into the production of telegraph cables.
An estimated 70% of the world’s submarine cables originated from the factories whose remnants still line the Thames. A proud tradition continued, it is today the site for the manufacture of fibre optic submarine communications.
Signal Townhouses is located on the south side of the River Thames, in the heart of Peninsula West, within walking distance of both The O2 and Greenwich itself. It’s a stone’s throw from major bus routes and a short walk from North Greenwich Station and Maze Hill mainline station, offering direct links to London Cannon Street in 16 minutes, and providing fast and efficient access to Canary Wharf, City Airport, Westfield Stratford and the West End.
When approaching Signal Townhouses, the elegant design is immediately apparent with the exposed Weinnerberger-Marziale brickwork displayed within the garden mews and intimate close setting, each providing a secure, self-contained and exclusive offer.
Entrance is gained via a paved granite courtyard. Inside, the look and feel matches the elegant beauty of the houses’ external design. From its bespoke kitchen to hardwood floors, light spacious rooms, floor-to-ceiling window off the reception area, to the privately situated roof terrace, everything has been considered to the finite detail. The general sweep of the design creates a light and airy ambience. Refined, luxurious and full of style.
Prices from £915,000