Kick off your home search with a £100,000 golden ticket at Grove Park in Eltham

Developer Galliard is offering golden tickets worth £100,000 to the first 10 buyers at Grove Court in Eltham in the event of England... as long as England wins the World Cup.
Eltham, seen as a humdrum south-east London suburb, has a surprising showbiz side. Jude Law, Boy George, Kate Bush, Louise Redknapp and Bob Hope grew up there, while a plaque at the site of a modern apartment block tells us Status Quo played their first gig there in 1967.

Developer Galliard is also injecting glitz, offering the first 10 buyers to exchange contacts at its new Grove Court scheme, left, golden tickets, each worth £100,000 as a refund off their flats in the event of England winning the football World Cup in Brazil, the flats are priced at £250,00.

Eltham is marred by the racist killing of Stephen Lawrence in 1993, but the crime has spurred community initiatives and the district is in Greenwich, one of the capital’s greenest boroughs.

Galliard’s 144-home High Street scheme brings much-needed flats to the area, in two stylish blocks with hotel-style entrance foyers, secure parking, and overlooking a piazza and gardens. Call 020 7620 1500.
 


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