Top 10 places to live in Greenwich

The idea of living in Greenwich is a hugely appealing prospect for many Londoners. A World Heritage Site with one of London’s best parks, a historic market, beautiful riverside districts and all the attractions of the O2 and the Greenwich Peninsula… this south-eastern corner of the city certainly is an outstanding option for property hunters.

We take a look at the ten highest-rated new developments in Greenwich. These ratings are based on verified resident reviews, making them a trustworthy way of sorting the good from the bad when it comes to new build Greenwich apartments and houses.

Living in Greenwich

The Lighterman building at Greenwich Peninsula

The Royal Borough of Greenwich stretches from Deptford in the West, across to Charlton in the East and south to the A2 that cuts through Blackheath on the edge of the Royal Park. The area around Greenwich Village is the historic heart of the borough and forms the Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Cutty Sark museum can be found here, along with Greenwich Market, The Old Royal Naval College and the National Maritime Museum. The entrance to the Victorian foot tunnel is also found on the riverside here, providing pedestrian access across the Thames to the Isle of Dogs.

Greenwich Park forms one of the largest green spaces in south east England. It boasts a rich royal history – Henry VIII kept deer there for hunting and Charles II chose to build the Royal Observatory there in 1675. Just south of the park, the large open space of Blackheath also provides residents with an appealing green space to relax in. Further to the east, Greenwich Peninsula includes a small ecology park with hides for birdwatching.

If you’re interested in living in Greenwich, you have a wide range of property types to choose from. A large number of new developments have been built along the riverside, on Deptford Creek, Greenwich Peninsula and out towards Woolwich. Beautiful Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian Home can be found clustered around the Royal Park and to the east of Greenwich Village.

The view from one of Upper Riverside’s roof terraces on Greenwich Peninsula

Below we’ve listed the ten highest-rated new developments in Greenwich. These are ranked based on an algorithm that takes into account the number of reviews a development has received. If you’re in the market for a new Greenwich apartment, these are quite simply the best places to live in the borough.

Top 10 places to live in Greenwich

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