Greenway at Beckton Parkside Overview
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Greenway at Beckton Parkside is a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and 3 bedroom duplexes located adjacent to Beckton Park. Living at Greenway allows you to take full advantage of an exciting London lifestyle, with Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park just a bus ride away from home and Royal Albert DLR station one mile away, affording transit into Canary Wharf in 23 minutes and Bank in 26 minutes.
Designed to suit you
With concierge service, exclusive gym access, podium gardens, secure cycle store and much more available on-site, Greenway offers every modern convenience.
East of the financial district and across the water from historic Greenwich, a vibrant but affordable Thames Gateway location is being reinvented for the roaring Twenties – and twentysomethings.
Greenway comprises a mix of one, two and three-bedroom homes, available through Shared Ownership.
Homes benefit from a high-quality specification, the use of the resident’s on-site gym and podium gardens, as well as the concierge service available seven days a week.
With excellent transport connections to Stratford and central London, close to London City Airport and just a short drive to the countryside, this is contemporary urban living at its finest and leafiest
Newham Way, Beckton,
Newham, London E6 5JN
Acres of green space on your doorstep and the entire capital with its endless possibilities a short journey away. Living at Greenway gives you the best of both worlds.
Your nearest leafy hangouts are Beckton Park right on your doorstep, and the larger Beckton District Park, just a few minutes away on foot with its playground, fishing lake, football pitches and basketball courts – as well as leafy woodland walks and bike trails. To the south the park merges into King George IV Park, home to Newham City Farm, a little slice of rural England in the heart of London with traditional farm animals and more exotic furry friends. Reconnect and learn about nature first hand.
North of Greenway, there is Central Park, a well-kept and traditional family space which hosts concerts in the summer and the joyous annual Newham Show. The Beckton Corridor is a mile-long stretch of the old gasworks railway that’s now a tree-lined public footway, perfect for jogging or cycling.
The wider borough boasts 50 parks and open spaces – not to mention the miles of waterways, so you’ll have lots of exploring to do. You’re minutes from the Excel Centre, home of sporting spectaculars and geek-fest Comic Con. While London City Airport is a convenient short hop to whisk you away.
You are well served by local schools and a world-class hospital is just up the road. You won’t need to stray too far to shop either, with several superstores nearby and handy local shops for top-ups.
Nearby retail parks host their share of trusted family favourite chains, from Nando’s to Subway, but there are also some local independent gems.
If you’re after great homemade pizzas, you won’t want to miss Caloroso, while for mouthwatering burgers there’s the 1950s Americana-themed Big Moe’s diner.
Up in East Ham enjoy coffee and homemade baking at Central Park Café after a stroll round its quirky and historic park. Nearby there’s also the Red Lion, a revamped traditional boozer now serving pizzas, craft beers and cocktails. And if you love authentic Turkish food, Alex’s Place is one of the best grill houses in east London. East Ham high street is lined with a raft of authentic south Indian restaurants and cafés – eat your way from end to the other!
The Black and White Lounge is one of the capital’s few Lithuanian restaurants – think delicious seafood, salads and grills – while Yi Ban by the old docks is all about authentic Chinese dim sum feasts. Minh is a tempting Vietnamese to rival anything in Shoreditch, and Tapa Tapa near Excel is a warm and welcoming Spanish kitchen. Or if you’re after a bit of old East End tradition, you can’t go wrong at top-rated Lucas Fish Bar or either BJ’s traditional pie and mash shops.
As we’re near the river you might expect some historic inns and taverns – and you’re not wrong. Galyons Bar and Kitchen, marooned in a sea of new builds, was built in Victorian times as an overnight hotel for travellers taking P&O steam ships out to India, it is now a spacious and welcoming gastropub! Other great Docklands pubs include the pretty Fox @ Connaught the marina-view Pepper Saint Ontoid and the cheerful, octagonal Custom House Pub. Or get on board the Oiler Bar, a pub on a boat, with seats above or below deck weather-depending. If you’re an altogether classier evening, hit WXYZ bar for cocktails, but we also have to put in a good word for the rather faded Edwardian grandeur of the Boleyn Tavern in East Ham – visit for the longest bar in Britain alone!
- Dust grey Manhattan kitchen units
- Ipanema white kitchen worktops with stainless steel effect hardwear
- Glass splashback to rear of hob
- Leisure stainless steel bowl and a half stainless steel sink. Single bowl to 1 bed units
- Leisure ‘Aquadisc’ monobloc mixer tap
- LED down lighters to ceiling and LED under-counter strip lights
- Creo laminate flooring in oak grey
- Large format ceramic tiles in Elegant Antransit to floors
- Ceramic tiles in beige to the bathroom walls
- Roca Contesa Eco bath in white with single panel bath screen and bath panel in driftwood
- Bristan chrome plated thermostatic shower valve with adjustable riser and single function handset to be fitted over bath
- Floor mounted WC with concealed cistern
- Roca Debba white wall-hung vitreous basin
- Shaver socket
- LED down lighters to ceiling
- Chrome heated towel rail
- Driftwood counter top
- Full width landscape mirror
- Cormar Oaklands carpet in white pepper and suitable underlay
- Fitted wardrobe with mirror sliding doors to master bedroom
- Concierge Service
- Resident's only gym access
- Podium gardens
- Exclusive roof terrace
- Secure cycle store