A new development of quality homes could encourage property investment in Greenwich

In November Iverna Quay was revealed as the next large development at Greenwich Millennium Village. The development will see up to 3,000 homes created when all of the construction is completed.

The Iverna Quay project will be a ten storey building offering a selection of homes to suit different requirements. There will be 72 apartments, a selection of two bedroom flats, and even a number of larger duplexes.

The Greenwich Millennium Village project began 16 years ago and the peninsula has seen big changes in that time. A large number of houses have been created, welcoming all kinds of residents. This has created demand for facilities and businesses have been happy to satisfy them. As a result there are shops, a spa, a hairdresser, and several other well developed attractions.

Schooling requirements have also been catered for, making the area appealing to families. A nursery is available for younger children, serving the needs of new families. The Millennium Primary School received an outstanding rating from Ofsted too.

The setting for the homes is very impressive. The Village sits on the same peninsula that is home to the O2 and Gateway Pavilion. There is a 50 acre ecology park in the area, home to two lakes and an abundance of wildlife. The Iverna Quay project will also sit just behind the Greenwich Yacht Club.

The area is being promoted as offering people an opportunity to purchase quality homes in a mature, highly desirable, sustainable neighbourhood. This could attract many people looking at property investment in Greenwich. The quick commute to Canary Wharf (a single stop away on the Jubilee Line) is another great attraction.

At Finefair you can find great advice about property investment in Greenwich. We can help clients to choose the right location and the best property to satisfy their needs. If you would like assistance from an established company you can call on us.