FINAL 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS REMAINING - RESERVE BEFORE CHRISTMAS AND RECEIVE £5,000!*
Featuring faceted elevations of light and dark feature brickwork, recessed balconies, attractive bronze-coloured metalwork and glass-fronted commercial space at street level, this landmark development has been sensitively designed to complement Deptford’s historic character. The two buildings, rising to six and eight storeys, are connected by a landscaped garden at 3rd floor level; a communal space where neighbours from both blocks will be able to socialise.
Set above the commercial space in the eight-storey building, each of the Shared Ownership apartments provides a carefully considered layout, light and airy open-plan living space and a private balcony. Every apartment has been designed, built and finished to a high standard and includes contemporary fixtures and fittings.
Stroll along the local streets and you’ll discover heritage and independent retailers, familiar high street brands, street art, artists studios and cuisine from around the world.
Go to the heart of the High Street: Deptford Market Yard is a new home to a fabulous range of independent outlets from cafes, beer shops and restaurants to a yoga studio, record store, creative studio and artisan florist. Sample the Italian cuisine at Marcella or the Sunday roast at the Dirty Apron. Discover hidden treasures on the Douglas Way flea market or a vast array of everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to clothing and food at Deptford’s Wednesday, Friday and Saturday markets.
Art galleries and studios abound. Backing onto No.1 Creekside, APT provides 42 studios for visual artists along with a contemporary art gallery, working sculpture yard and public performance space. By day, Deptford Does Art is a gallery and retail outlet, by night, it becomes a bar and entertainment venue.
The Albany, a neighbourhood arts centre, is another creative community hub offering a huge variety of events in four performance spaces. Lewisham Arthouse, with 40 studios, galleries and workshop programmes, is also a vital part of the local community.
If you prefer outside space to performance space, Thameside Park is part of the Deptford Parks Liveable Neighbourhood project, designed to improve areas for walking and cycling. Get close to nature by wading through the creek and exploring one of London’s most biodiverse landscapes at Creekside Discovery Centre.
Broomhill Park is another riverside haven with a nature reserve, ornamental garden and cycle route. Of course, there are the famous open spaces at Blackheath and Greenwich. Greenwich is not only home to Greenwich Park and the iconic Royal Observatory, it’s also a place with plenty of tourist attractions, outstanding street food, great shops and one of London’s favourite markets.
Shared Ownership gives first time buyers and those who do not currently own a home, the chance to get on the property ladder. Through the Shared Ownership scheme, you can purchase an initial share of between 25 and 75% of one of the apartments at No 1 Creekside and pay rent to the Council on the remaining share you don’t own.
Because you only need a mortgage for the share, the deposit required will be much lower than if you buy your home outright. The share you buy will be assessed to ensure you can afford the monthly payments associated with buying a property. When you buy a shared ownership flat in Creekside, you have the opportunity to increase your share of the property at a later date through a process known as staircasing.
Together with your mortgage payments, you will also pay towards the maintenance of the building and communal parts. This is known as a service charge.
Shared Ownership gives people an affordable way into home ownership and has helped thousands of first-time buyers onto the property ladder.
*Terms and conditions apply. Monies to be deducted from completion - Please speak to a sales consultant for more information.