Description of Enderby Wharf
Enderby Wharf is a new residential development in Greenwich, London SE10.
Once completed there will be 8 residential blocks with 891 studios, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments and penthouses.
The development has west-facing views to the city and Canary Wharf and over 200 metres of river frontage.
The development was named after Samuel Enderby, a maritime entrepreneur and explorer who founded a shipping company in the 18th century. His residence Enderby House is a listed building and now forms part of the new development. The building will be refurbished into a Gastropub and cultural hub for Greenwich.
Drake House is launching 5th September 2015, register your interest on Barratt Homes website.
Drake House comprises 150 studio, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments each with floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor space.
The site has been selected to play host to London's first international cruise liner terminal, due for completion in 2017. Planned amenities include a private residents' fitness suite, 24-hour concierge, underground parking (to selected apartments at additional cost), a crèche, landscaped gardens and 200 metres of rejuvenated Thames path, open to everyone.
The development was Named after Samuel Enderby, a maritime entrepreneur who founded a shipping company in the 18th-century.
Enderby Wharf development launched in September 2014 and will be completed in phases until 2019.