This winter, buyers looking to purchase a home at our fantastic development Goodluck Hope in E14 are in luck, as we’ve now launched the final three new Shared Ownership apartments.
Londoners can embrace stylish city living in one of the two one-bedroom apartments available, and enjoy a spacious, open-plan home with floor-to-ceiling windows and large private balconies. The high quality specification of apartments includes fitted modular kitchens with a full range of appliances, luxury-feel bathrooms, integrated wardrobes, and bespoke carpets in bedrooms.
For those looking for additional space, buyers can make the most of a unique opportunity to purchase a two-bedroom loft apartment at Goodluck Hope. This striking apartment is split over two floors and features bedrooms on the lower floor, with an ensuite master bedroom with Juliette balcony, while upstairs sweeping high ceilings with sky light windows flood the large living space with sunlight. A private terrace and floor-to-ceiling windows offer far-reaching views of the capital.
One-bedrooms start from £118,750 for a 25 per cent share, while the two-bedroom loft apartment is available for £167,500 for a 25 per cent share.
The high quality feel of apartments at Goodluck Hope is complemented by luxury resident amenities – perfect for the modern Londoner – including a gym, state-of-the-art pool and sauna. Along with the convenience of a 24-hour concierge service, residents can kick back in a private cinema, or enjoy a private lounge, perfect for flexible working.
Residents also have access to The Lantern Room, an exclusive space on the 29th floor where they can work or lounge against a stunning backdrop, with panoramic views of the capital.
And there’s plenty to enjoy across this exciting waterside neighbourhood this winter season.
The festive spirit is well and truly here at neighbouring London City Island and Leamouth Peninsula this month, as the area’s Christmas events kicked off with the launch of the London City Island Ice Rink at Hopewell Square. Across the square at The Lockdown Room, you can test your seasonal knowledge in a Christmas-themed quiz, or celebrate New Year’s Eve in style at a Great Gatsby-themed Masquerade Ball.
If you’ve run out of ideas for Christmas presents, head to the London Lighthouse Gallery, where you’ll find a seasonal artisanal gift shop. The English National Ballet, based on London City Island, will also be performing Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker into the new year at the Coliseum.
The community spirit will continue into 2023, with a number of exhibitions and events planned for all to enjoy, and residents can uncover the history of the area at cultural hub Trinity Buoy Wharf. On the doorstep of Goodluck Hope, residents won’t need to venture far – the wharf is home to artists’ studios, gallery space, and eateries including the infamous Fat Boy’s, an authentic all-American diner complete with chrome barstools.
Until 31 January 2023, artist Anna Keen is hosting her Totally Thames exhibit at Trinity Buoy Wharf, showcasing London’s wild riverside through art. And for a limited time left this month, you can glimpse Tom Wilkinson’s Clay Camera sculpture, an installation which debuted at the 2019 British Ceramic Biennial.
There’s lots to see and do in this growing community, and with high quality homes and luxury resident amenities on offer, why not visit the development and see for yourself.