- Two double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Huge accessible boarded loft
- River views
- Allocated parking
- South and west facing reception
- Gated development
- EPC rating: C
A regency style top-floor apartment set alongside The River Thames with a direct view of the water. It has a huge accessible loft space, dual-aspect reception, two bathrooms, recently fitted separate kitchen, allocated parking, gas central heating and high ceilings. Chain free.
This immaculately presented home further benefits from a west and south facing living room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes, a fully tiled main bathroom and double-glazed wood sash windows throughout. The second double bedroom is west-facing and could also be used as a home office.
The current owners have made the most of the attic space which covers the entirety of the property’s floorspace. It is fully boarded, electric light and a large opening with fold-down ladder.
Located on the popular and peaceful Rotherhithe Street, Sovereign View was built by Barratt Homes in the mid-90s. The complex is attractive, well-maintained and has had recent external redecoration. Interior communal redecoration is due to take place later this year. Superfast broadband is available through Hyperoptic.
The pier at the nearby Doubletree Hotel has a regular ferry connection to Canary Wharf, while Canada Water station is within easy walking distance. Bus routes 381 and C10 provide access to Canada Water, London Bridge and Victoria. There is a recently opened Co-Op convenience store across the road and the Thames Path is easily accessible on the river side of the development. There is also plenty of green space locally with Stave Hill Ecological Park, Lavender Pond and Russia Dock Woodland all close by. The Welcoming Blacksmiths Arms is just a few minutes stroll away.
The Canada Water Masterplan project is bringing exciting developments to the area, including the first new high street in London for over 100 years! The first phase will provide new civic space, a leisure centre, housing, shops and workspace to the west of the iconic library. The whole project incorporates the current shopping centre, retail park and the old newspaper factory sites.
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