Fairview New Homes has launched the show apartment at Thames Waterside, the new waterfront development in Greenhithe, Dartford.
Thames Waterside is a development of one and two-bedroom apartments set around landscaped gardens with river frontage. Most of the apartments have balconies to take advantage of the views across the Thames and towards the iconic Queen Elizabeth II Bridge.
The show home is open for all visitors to view and has been designed to compliment the waterside location and character of Greenhithe.
Abbey Emmerson, director at Trend Designs, comments, “The design theme for the Thames Waterside show apartment is industrial with a warehouse feel, reflecting the important regeneration that is occurring in the whole of the Thames Gateway area. We have used silvers, greys and tones of grey-blues to achieve this effect, which match perfectly with the rippling water of the Thames, just a stone’s throw away.”
“One of the most exciting features is the metal wave installation in the lounge which looks fantastic when the lights are on or when the sun shines through the window. The lounge also has a feature white brick wall which adds to its edgy feel,” concludes Emmerson.
The contemporary apartments at Thames Waterside have open-plan living areas with timeless neutral tones to complement the tranquil surroundings. Each apartment has fully-fitted Symphony kitchens, with fan ovens, electric hobs and washer-dryers.
Jim Holliday, Sales Director of Fairview New Homes, comments: “These new apartments have been extremely popular so far, mostly due to the great location on the River Thames and the excellent transport links available from the development. Now that we have such a stylish show apartment which truly reflects the character of the area, visitors will get a good feel of what it will be like to live at Thames Waterside.”
Thames Waterside is ideally placed for all the amenities of Greenhithe; next to an Asda superstore and a five minute drive from the well-known Bluewater shopping centre which has a choice of over 330 stores, 40 cafes, bars and restaurants and a 13-screen cinema.
The train station is a two minute walk from Thames Waterside and journeys to London Bridge take approximately 38 minutes, perfect for the commuter or those looking to visit the capital on weekends. Eurotunnel terminal at Ebbsfleet is around three and a half miles away allowing easy access to the continent, with trains to London St Pancras in 17 minutes.
Greenhithe is part of the Thames Gateway Regeneration project that has received large amounts of funding from the government over the past decade to transform it into the thriving and aspirational area it is today. The town has a large number of local restaurants, pubs and bars and has the largest number of green spaces and parks in the borough. For the more active, there are many local activities with the Kent countryside just moments away, local river walks and outdoor activities based from Bluewater, including cycling, rock climbing, boating and fishing.
Prices for new homes at Thames Waterside start from £135,995 for a one-bedroom apartment and £174,995 for a two-bedroom apartment.
For more information and prices please contact the marketing suite Tel: 0800 883 8193. Or visit: www.fairview.co.uk. The marketing suite is open 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm.
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