Queen Elizabeth College was built by the Drapers Company in 1818, to house local people over the age of 65. It is a development of 72 properties with access to shared gardens, residents’ lounge, laundry and guest room, while residents can enjoy the social activities offered at Lambard Hall.
An on-site manager takes care of maintenance of the buildings/grounds and can also advise on support if required.
Queen Elizabeth College is convenient for a variety of shopping opportunities in and around Greenwich, which include independent clothes retailers, local food stores and a weekly market.
You will also find a variety of restaurants, theatres and attractions such as the National Maritime Museum and the O2, while Greenwich Park houses the Royal Observatory and the Meridian Line.
Only 20 minutes from central London, Greenwich is easy to reach by tube, Docklands Light Railway, rail or bus. Queen Elizabeth College is situated directly opposite Greenwich railway station for services to London Bridge, Cannon Street, Charing Cross and Dartford.
The Jubilee line of the tube network runs to nearby North Greenwich, plus there are also a number of river boat services running from Greenwich Pier, managed by London River Services.
For travel by road, the estate is situated on the junction of the A2211 and A206, just off the A2, giving easy access to junction 2 of the M25.
If you’re interested in applying to join the rentals waiting list for this estate, please complete our online form. A member of our Lettings & Enquiries team will contact you shortly.