Fast-developing Woolwich is home to Royal Arsenal, a former arms manufacturing complex dating back to the 17th century. Over the years, Woolwich has seen a drastic change in transportation, housing and things to do. Inviting you to a new and exciting place, attracting new people to the area and driving prices higher along with the demand and need for more amenities.
Over time the area has seen some developments to the housing, with newly built apartments and houses. Woolwich is a great area to live in with a diverse community and homes ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms. It’s a great benefit having Woolwich Common on your doorstep to have a wander around for some fresh air.
Looking for supermarkets or an excellent spot to eat? Woolwich has a lot to offer with supermarkets such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s and the famous Woolwich Market to do essential everyday shopping. Better yet, Woolwich has a wide range of restaurants and food from around the world to tingle your tastebuds when you are feeling peckish or want to try something new with restaurants such as Nando’s and Dial Arch.
Throughout the years, transportation in Woolwich has improved, making it more efficient to get to and around London. From the DLR to the Thameslink, which can take you to places such as London or Kent, buses that travel around London run from Monday to Sunday day in and day out. The Woolwich Ferry and foot tunnel are a short walk away to take you to the north side of the Thames.
There is a variety of Good & Outstanding Schools, according to Ofsted, including Cadwell Primary School, Foxfield Primary to St Ursula’s Convent School and many more. With excellent education and opportunities to offer the children helping them fulfil their goals in life.
With many links to transport and schools, Woolwich is the perfect place for residents to shop, live and enjoy what Woolwich has to offer!