Introducing ‘67 Park Central’ - A Brand New Collection of Parkside Homes at London’s Favourite Village

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The first phase, known as 67 Park Central is set to launch in November and occupies a prime position within the village. In total, the phase will offer 115 one to three-bedroom apartments, many with panoramic views over the park, river, city or beautifully landscaped podium garden. What’s more, each of the homes includes private outdoor space and carefully considered feature glazing, designed to capitalise on the inspiring views.

When it comes to creature comforts, these homes will have it all. Expect underfloor heating throughout, spacious open-plan living and dining areas, sleek kitchens complete with stone worksurfaces and integrated appliances, built-in wardrobes and full-length windows that bathe the homes in natural light. Prospective buyers will be able to choose from a wide range of internal layouts, from traditional style 1 and 2 bedroom apartment configurations through to three-bedroom duplexes, maisonettes as well ‘courtyard’ apartments, that feature their own enclosed garden overlooking the central courtyard.

In-built amenities for neighbours to enjoy

A first for Greenwich Millennium Village, residents of the Parkside Collection will be able to enjoy an array of new and exclusive on-site facilities across all four buildings. Alongside the central podium gardens, a communal square and children’s play area create immersive new spaces for neighbours to explore and enjoy together. From games rooms to co-working spaces, this new phase of homes will bring the community together in ways that hasn’t previously been seen at Greenwich Millennium Village. Serviced by the development’s first ever private Concierge and team of dedicated Day Porters, residents’ every wish will be catered for and offers luxurious hotel-style living previously unseen throughout the village. 

An urban village on London’s doorstep

An enclave on the edge of London’s thriving commercial and business scene, Greenwich Millennium Village is one of the best-connected developments in the city, appealing to a wide range of residents. The mix of apartment styles throughout this village community cater for diverse needs, meaning that working professionals and families alike are sure to find something to suit their needs and lifestyle requirements.

With travel times to Canary Wharf from North Greenwich station taking just 2 minutes, Greenwich Millennium Village is world’s away from the hustle and bustle of the capital while only a short journey via the area’s exceptional transport connections.

Discover The Great Outdoors (On Your Doorstep)

Greenwich Millennium Village aims to reconnect residents with the great outdoors. The growing community enjoys the expanse of parkland and open space that’s central to life in this urban village. The four-acre Ecology Park harbours a varied range of wildlife while Southern and Central Parks envelop homes in swathes of green open space. Connecting the village to the Thames, a ‘green corridor’ acts as the development’s membrane throughout, while picturesque lakes, ponds, marshland, meadows, woodland and beaches that transport residents and visitors out of the city. With plenty to explore by foot or on bike, the entire peninsula boasts 50 acres of parkland, making Greenwich Millennium Village one of the most sustainable communities in London.

Building On A Two-Decade Legacy

2020 marks the twentieth anniversary of Greenwich Millennium Village; a joint venture scheme by Countryside and Taylor Wimpey Central London with support from the Mayor of London. The village has transformed previous brownfield site into a thriving community of homes, businesses and places of leisure that thoughtfully integrates with both the urban and natural environment.

A village square, yacht club and Ecology Park are just some of the amenities which set this urban village apart from other London developments. The development’s masterplan, initially drawn up by the late Ralph Erskine, prides itself on sustainable and practical urban design. With an emphasis on humanist design principles, Erskine sought to invite people to live and work at this urban development through a people-focused lens.

Chris Bladon, Director of Greenwich Millennium Village Ltd, says:

Greenwich Millennium Village is a community of people that has been constantly unfolding and evolving over the past 20 years. 67 Park Central brings not only a new opportunity to live at this widely known and desirable development, but an entirely new offering unseen before in previous phases.

Residents of this phase will benefit from luxurious facilities, equipped with a day porter, games room and co-working space for those with a modern, cosmopolitan lifestyle. Each collection of new homes at 67 Park Central will build on the high-quality specification already found throughout the village, but with unrivalled views and access to the various parkland areas on residents’ doorsteps. 

Register your interest today in 67 Park Central and to be one of the first to view the plans for this exciting collection of 1 – 3 bedroom new homes.