Location & Transport
The residence is located in zone 3 of the Royal Borough of Greenwich, walking distance to venues from the 2012 Olympic Games, only a few minutes walk from train and DLR station, the riverboat and the Woolwich Free Ferry; several bus routes (177, 180, 161, 472, 422, 53, 54, 380, 486, etc.) to all direction with good services day & night.
The Royal Borough of Greenwich enjoys the first brand new cable car over the river Thames.
The forthcoming Cross Rail will connect Homer House with Canary Wharf and with the City in few minutes.
It is an ideal location for professionals working in The City and Canary Wharf, which are a few minutes away by the DLR, or by Metro train to London Bridge, or to Cannon Street or to Charing Cross. Alternatively, the nearest tube is North Greenwich, in the Jubilee Line. It is also an excellent location for mature students in London (in particular of Greenwich University, Goldsmiths College, the Trinity-Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, the University of East London, Ravensbourne University, King's College London, The Millennium Performing Arts, Guildhall School of Music & Drama, etc.) and, of course, for adult tourists visiting London for Cultural enjoyment.
The House is close to all amenities and shops -including 4 brand supermarkets, with hyper Tesco open 24/7 at short walking distance as well as Sainsbury, Mark & Spencer and ASDA near Charlton station.
Yet the house is in a quiet and green area; a central location for enjoying London and the sites of the Olympics Games 2012. The London City Airport is only 10 Min. away, in the other side of the River Thames. And in a short bike ride by the beautiful river south bank you can enjoy the ultimate Village in the City: the Greenwich Peninsula, London's emerging Cultural District ...
For more information read this article: 'Spotlight on Woolwich'