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New to the market is this outstanding one bed second floor apartment in the much sought after Royal Arsenal development.
The apartment benefits from a large lounge which is flooded with light from the French doors that lead onto a balcony. The balcony itself looks out onto a stunning courtyard garden, and is the ideal spot for a glass of wine.
Additionally, there is a well iquipped kitchen with all white goods integrated and granite work surfaces. The bedroom is a good sized double, and the family bathroom is modern, clean and crisp with modern white sanitaryware, and a shower over the bath.
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Woolwich remained a small Kentish village until it started to become a leading military and industrial town. It was home to the Woolwich Dockyard, the Royal Arsenal (dating back to 1471), the Royal Military Academy (1741) and the Royal Horse Artillery (1793); the town still retains an army base at the Royal Artillery Barracks (although 16RA Royal Artillery left in 2007, Woolwich Barracks still house the Royal Artillery Band and more recently Second Battalion Princess of Wales Royal Regiment and Kings Troop Royal Horse Artillery), and the Royal Artillery Museum, Firepower.
Arsenal Football Club were founded in Woolwich in 1886 by workers at the Arsenal â€“ the club were initially known as Dial Square, then Royal Arsenal and then became Woolwich Arsenal in 1891. They moved to Arsenal Stadium, Highbury in north London in 1913, and dropped the Woolwich prefix the following year. This is a rare example of a British football team moving from its local area, albeit relocating within the same conurbation.
Woolwich Polytechnic founded in 1892, merged with other local colleges and became Thames Polytechnic in 1970. In 1992 it was granted university status as the University of Greenwich. In 2000, the University began a relocation to the Old Naval College, several miles to the west in Greenwich town centre, leaving only an administrative presence in Woolwich.
Woolwich was the start of the route of the last London tram, on 5 July 1952.A scheduled Route 40 tram, restricted to just a nominal number of fare paying passengers, was driven through enormous crowds to New Cross, finally arriving at New Cross depot around 1am on the 6 July.
Woolwich is the location of the United Kingdomâ€™s first branch of McDonaldâ€™s (the 3,000th in the world), which opened on 13 November 1974. Woolwich was chosen because it was considered to be a representative English town at the time
One Bed Apartment
Royal Arsenal Development
On Site Gym
Close to DLR
Available End of September
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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