- Five double bedrooms
- Three bathrooms
- 2,253 sqft / 209sqm
- Grade II listed status
- Private terrace
- Chain free
- EPC Rating: D
A truly stunning 2253sqft Grade II listed townhouse nestled between Greenland Dock and South Dock Marina. Arranged over four floors the bright and airy interior features an impressive open-plan living space, south-facing terrace, integral garage and plenty of built-in storage. Chain free.
The vast internal space encompassing the five large bedrooms and three bathrooms, still manages to exude a cosy atmosphere. The entrance hall on the ground floor can be accessed from the front and rear. The downstairs also has a double bedroom, shower room and garage with utility area. The flowing open-plan living space covers the entire first floor, while the majority of the bedrooms along with the family bathroom can be found on the second level. Finally, on the top floor is the beautiful master suite with its high ceilings, own fully-tiled shower room, fitted wardrobes and private terrace.
Other benefits include gas central heating, full double-glazing, a new boiler and superfast broadband available through Hyperoptic.
Swedish Quays is a complex of 95 flats and houses. Built in the late 1980s by Roger Malcom Homes and designed by David Price and Gordon Cullen, the latter being Britain’s most influential planning theorist and architectural illustrator of the post-war period. The development was given Grade II listed status in 2018 due to its multi-layered detailing, use of good quality materials and its contextually astute design, referencing the former buildings and dock walls of the previously industrial landscape in which it sits.
The tranquil surroundings include the docks and the Thames Path. Nearby is Surrey Docks Fitness and Watersports Centre, together with the amenities and green spaces of the recently developed Greenland Place, including Tesco Express and Plough Way Cafe. A scenic walk takes you to Canada Water Station (Jubilee Line & London Overground, Zone 2) and Surrey Quays Station (London Overground, Zone 2). The River Taxi services from Greenland Pier also offer an alternative way of commuting with the centre of Canary Wharf reachable in 15 minutes' door-to-door.
The Canada Water Masterplan will positively impact the area and includes the first new high street in London for over 100 years! The first phase is due to complete in 2023, bringing new civic space, housing, shops, workspace and a leisure centre to the area west of the Tube station around the historical dock offices.
The service charge is approximately £1,900 per annum (includes buildings insurance) and the lease (with share of freehold) has 967 years remaining.
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