ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS INDOORS AT ATRIUM
Telford Homes unveils new homes at Greenwich Creekside
CGI of the internal garden at the Atrium Building, part of Telford Homes’ flagship Greenwich Creekside development.
Telford Homes is pleased to unveil Atrium, the third building to be released at its highly sought after Greenwich Creekside development. The distinctive three-sided, eight-storey building designed by Squires & Partners features an unusual indoor garden and houses 49 apartments with prices starting from £240,000.
The selection of one, two and three-bedroom homes are accessed by open deck-style landings that overlook the bright and airy ground-to-roof atrium with its internal garden. The triangular glazed ceiling of the atrium frames the sky above keeping the elements at bay, so residents can enjoy the great outdoors all year round.
Each home boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that offer exceptional views across London, neutral decor with wood veneer flooring and high quality fixture and fittings. Telford Homes high specification includes integrated Smeg appliances in the Urban Myth designed kitchens and white Roca bathroom suits as standard. A collection of premium specification apartments are located on the seventh floor above a terraced level.
Buyers looking for a family home or an apartment that is perfect for sharers should also visit the Cavatina and Adagio buildings were a few three-bedroom properties remain. However, with unprecedented demand from buyers for larger apartments, early viewing is recommended as these homes will not be available for long.
Greenwich Creekside benefits from a 24-hour concierge service and residents are provided with ample bicycle storage and optional secure basement car parking. The development is conveniently located within a 10-minute walk of Greenwich town centre, which has a huge amount to offer from national historic treasures to vibrant bars and restaurants.
Exceptional rail links offer rapid access to London Bridge, for the City and West End, Canary Wharf and Stratford with Cutty Sark and Greenwich DLR stations a five-minute walk from Greenwich Creekside and Greenwich Mainline station also nearby. Walkers and cyclists can use the Greenwich Foot Tunnel that runs under the River Thames to reach the Isle of Dogs at Island Gardens.