Shared ownership homes in Millharbour

Shared ownership homes in Millharbour

Shared ownership homes in Millharbour are a prime target for eager first time buyers looking to climb the property ladder

More than half (51%) of first-time buyers have revealed they will still buy a property this year, and 31% have even been able to bring their move forward by saving the money they would have spent on commuting and social activities, and putting it towards the deposit for their new home.[1] For London buyers determined to step into a new property before the year is out, Notting Hill Genesis is set to launch a new one bedroom collection of Shared Ownership homes at Dockside at Millharbour on Tuesday 28th July. Located within one of the world’s premier financial districts, this stylish development of one and two-bedroom apartments occupy the striking Salvor Tower building and are a perfect choice for city lovers wanting to live the London lifestyle for less.

This new release of shared ownership homes at Dockside comprises a modern collection of 15 one-bedroom apartments. Each property offers a spacious and well-planned layout, the open plan kitchen/living areas feature built-in Smeg appliances and direct access onto a private balcony – perfect for letting the outside in on summer days, and a great space to entertain friends and family with cityscape views. Generously sized bedrooms benefit from built-in wardrobes and floor to ceiling windows flood natural light into the room. Storage is plentiful too, with a large closet in the hall as well as a smaller utility cupboard with space for a washer/dryer. Adding to the distinguished city pad specification and perfect for the summer months, both the living area and bedroom also feature comfort cooling.

James Munson, Head of Marketing at Notting Hill Genesis comments: “First time buyers are an important part of the property chain, so it is very encouraging that this audience of purchasers are determined to go ahead with buying a home. The time that has recently been spent working from home has had a beneficial effect on people’s savings, and our new shared ownership apartments at Dockside at Millharbour are a great option for first time buyers who have budgets to stick to but who also want to live in London.”

Although Dockside is in the heart of the city, there is a plethora of local amenities available on the doorstep. Water lovers are at home here, Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre is just a 10-minute walk away, where residents can partake in Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, Sailing, Windsurfing, Dragonboat Racing and open water swimming. Those who prefer to exercise on land will be pleased with the variety of gyms on offer such as Bikram Yoga Canary Wharf, Tiller Leisure Centre and Virgin

Active. Open green space is dotted throughout the urban landscape too, including Jubilee Park, a roof garden built above Canary Wharf’s underground station, and the Green Flag awarded Sir John McDougall Gardens. 32 acres of countryside is available at Mudchute Park and Farm just a 16-minute walk away providing a serene space for residents to escape the hustle and bustle of London living.

Dockside at Millharbour is just a 10-minute walk from the thriving commercial district of Canary Wharf where there is a variety of shops, from independent boutiques to designer labels across five shopping centres. Foodies are also spoilt for choice with a selection of upmarket restaurants and bars to suit all tastes. The O2 Arena is just a stone’s throw away from Dockside at Millharbour via the Jubilee Line at nearby Canary Wharf station, providing year-round entertainment as well as a selection of restaurants and Cineworld cinema, perfect for film lovers!

Commuters are in safe hands, benefitting from superb transport connections across London. South Quay DLR is just a three-minute walk away providing transport to Bank where commuters can pick up the Central, Northern and Waterloo & City Line. Canary Wharf station is 10-minutes away, home to the Jubilee Line, providing connections to London Bridge, Waterloo, Green Park and Bond Street.


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