Located in the historically wealthy town of Woolwich, Drummond House at Royal Arsenal Riverside offers a collection of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, offering outdoor living space in the form of a balcony or patio area.
As part of a £1.5 billion mixed-use regeneration scheme, this riverside development will breathe new life into the area, and create a new suburban community in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Drummond House contains 50 one bedroom apartments and 25 two bedroom apartments.
Royal Arsenal Rejuventation
From stored munitions to the original establishment of the Arsenal Football Club, the area is renowned for its historical significance. A cultural quarter is set to be created with art galleries, theatres and museums for residents and visitors to the area. The plans for the new town square will feature a water cascade, a large outdoor screen and new seating areas; all to be complimented by a refreshed, modern landscaped design.
Leisure and Shopping
In recent years, Woolwich has seen huge investment in new housing, transport, retail and leisure; and is expected to become a well-connected and well sought-after riverside location.
As well as over 5,000 new homes, the development will also accommodate for multiple shops, numerous commercial work spaces and a hotel.
New pedestrian routes and a public square now link Royal Arsenal to the town centre and the pending cultural quarter.
The forthcoming Crossrail station will see residents benefit from dramatically reduced journey times, including Canary Wharf in just 8 minutes (currently 28 minutes).
The creation of a new interchange at Woolwich between Crossrail, the DLR and mainline suburban rail services from Dartford and Gravesend will help to establish Woolwich as a hub for south-east London.