GREENWICH CREEKSIDE HEADS FOR THE SKY WITH VERTEX
Telford Homes launches fourth and final building at flagship scheme
Telford Homes has unveiled the fourth and final apartment building at Greenwich Creekside, which forms the iconic focal point of the flagship scheme. Towering 16-storeys into the sky, The Vertex Tower houses a selection of 72 one, two and three-bedroom homes that are the pinnacle of modern design. A new Sales and Marketing Suite is now open and prices start from £299,995 with a selection of premium specification apartments available on the upper floors.
Homes at The Vertex Tower boast high quality fixtures and fittings and are neutrally decorated for ease of furnishing with solid wood veneer flooring in the living room and hallway, contemporary ceramic tiling in the kitchen and bathrooms and warm carpeting in the bedrooms. Floor-to-ceiling windows frame breathtaking views across London, many homes feature River Thames and Canary Wharf vistas.
Telford Homes’ high specification means that apartments are ready to move straight in to from April 2012 with integrated Smeg appliances as standard in the contemporary kitchens by London designer Urban Myth. The stylish white bathroom suites are complimented by contemporary ceramic tiling and accented with chrome Hansgrohe accessories.
Residents at Greenwich Creekside benefit from a 24-hour concierge service and have the option of secured basement car parking and ample bicycle storage. The Meridian Fitness members-only gymnasium will open in Spring 2012 on the ground floor of Greenwich Creekside’s Adagio Apartments along with a nursery that will provide experienced childcare for working parents.
Greenwich Creekside 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, Canary Wharf and Stratford with Cutty Sark and Greenwich DLR stations a five-minute walk away and Greenwich Mainline station also nearby. Pedestrians and cyclists can use the Greenwich Foot Tunnel that runs under the River Thames to reach the Isle of Dogs at Island Gardens.