Woolwich buy to let apartment – London Investment Property
Located on the waterfront with fantastic views out over onto the River Thames, only five minutes from Woolwich town centre and 12 minutes from Woolwich’s future Crossrail station, these apartments in King Henry’s Dock are not to be missed.
King Henry’s Dock is a boutique development in a prime location in Woolwich, situated on the last dry dock in the city and boasting enviable views over the River Thames and out to Canary Wharf. The development is made up of 100 one and two bedroom luxury apartments set over 15 storeys and ranging from 477 – 885 square feet.
The apartments are furnished to a high standard to reflect the premium location and development. The kitchen is fully equipped with BOSCH appliances and oak effect doors, and there is also under-floor heating and a fan cooling system throughout. All apartments benefit from lots of natural light due to the large windows that look out over the Thames.
The effect of Crossrail on Woolwich property prices
Woolwich is currently experiencing a lot of regeneration due to the rising level of interest in the area in anticipation for Crossrail. The spotlight is on Woolwich as an area that will particularly enjoy the benefits of Crossrail, as it will slash journey times into central London and subsequently raise property prices. Although the area still benefits from being affordable, Woolwich is set to see the highest growth in property prices of any of the stations on the new Elizabeth line (Crossrail), with predictions of up to nearly 40% made by some experts.
Woolwich is set to be the best connected location outside of Zone 1 in south east London. It already boasts an existing DLR to Bank and Stratford, the Thames Clipper to the London Eye and overground trains to major stations such as London Bridge and Charing Cross, but with the construction of Crossrail it will see slashed journey times and additional stops in west London.
Woolwich is becoming an increasingly desirable location to live and invest in. In fact, between 2001 and 2011, it experienced a 50% growth in population, and this is predicted to rise to 57.9% by 2026. Enquire today about this London property investment and what makes a buy to let in Woolwich so attractive!