Four-bedroom townhouses have been launched at Greenwich Square with the aim of satisfying demand for family properties in the borough.
Developer Hadley Mace has created what it calls seven “loft-style” homes on the site of the former Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
The homes are arranged over three floors and comprise 1,350sq ft of living space.
They also feature private rear gardens.
Council figures show family households make up more than 50% of Greenwich residents.
Hadley Property Group’s chief financial officer Andy Portlock said: “Family homes have been in huge demand in this part of Greenwich.
“Following a successful first release, these new townhouse properties will appeal to young couples and families, many of whom will be looking to step up from an apartment.”
Interiors will include a solid core timber-veneered front door and under floor heating throughout.
Greenwich Square is a partnership between the Mayor of London, Greenwich Council, NHS, Hadley Mace and L&Q.
Other facilities on-site will include a gym and swimming pools at The Greenwich Centre and a new public square, surrounded by cafes and retail space.
Prices start at £799,950.
Call Savills on 0800 077 8177 or go to greenwichsquare-london.com .