The exciting Greenwich lifestyle
Perfect fusion of old and new, traditional and trendy, historic and modern, Greenwich is now.
Few places in the capital can compete with Greenwich’s all around appeal as a great place to live.
Lifestyle benefits and relatively low rent and house prices place Greenwich as a yet to be fully discovered hidden gem.
A sparkling maritime history as old a time itself, for waterfront lovers there is no better location than Greenwich.
A summers evening stroll along the promenade, a relaxing drink in a river front 18th Century Tavern, or a journey to work on the Thames Clipper, Greenwich will ticks all the boxes.
A lot more to offer than just the River Thames. The virtually endless attractions of living in Greenwich include a Royal park, numerous restaurants, eateries, cafes, trendy bars, 18th Century taverns, and a quirky street market.
A cultural and entertainment hot spot, Greenwich boasts many arts, musical, theatrical, sports, and cinema attractions.
Since the time of William Shakespeare entertainment has played a key role in Greenwich. Today it is home to riverside arts, comedy and jazz festivals, the Greenwich Theatre, Playhouse, and summer concerts in the park and the Old Royal Naval College.
Close by is the world famous O2 arena, hosting international artists, sporting events, cinema, restaurants, nightclubs, and bars.
Easy to use transport links, Canary Wharf, the City, the Shard, and the West End are just few minutes away.
Greenwich is well served by the DLR, South Eastern Rail, London Bus routes, and the Thames Clipper. The nearby Greenwich Peninsula, home to the O2 arena, connects with the Jubilee and New Emirates Airline.
You can even cross the river by foot through the Greenwich River foot tunnel, so whichever way you look at it, getting around town from Greenwich is quick and easy.
Transport links and city fringe village life align beautifully in Greenwich to produce London’s number one spot for both work and play.