- Two double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- 918 sqft / 85.3 sqm
- Fifth floor with lift access
- 24-hour gym and concierge
- Fitted wardrobes
- EPC rating: B
A smart and spacious 918 sqft fifth-floor apartment within the vibrant Greenland Place. It has a dual-aspect living area with views of London landmarks, a sleek kitchen and access to the roomy balcony, beautiful heated Amtico flooring, two luxurious bathrooms and use of the onsite 24-hour concierge service and residents’ gym.
This immaculately presented home also has floor-to-ceiling windows in the living area and two large bedrooms with the master benefitting from an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes. The kitchen features integrated appliances including a dishwasher, full size fridge-freezer and microwave, while the washing-machine is housed separately in one of the two useful hallway cupboards. Superfast broadband is available through Hyperoptic and you also get access to a private communal garden.
The Barratt-built Greenland Place is a superbly designed modern development with tree-lined avenues and excellent local amenities. Apart from the gym and concierge, you will find cafés, an Italian deli, a barber, yoga places and beauty salons. There is also both a Co-Op and Tesco Express.
Conveniently located within walking distance to Canada Water Tube Station (Jubilee Line & London Overground, Zone 2) and Surrey Quays Tube Station (London Overground, Zone 2). It's also a short walk to peaceful South Dock Marina and Greenland Dock, together with the Thames Path where regular riverboat services run into the city and across to Canary Wharf.
This side of the docks has seen significant investment with numerous other developments including Marine Wharf and The Timberyard. The Canada Water Masterplan will also positively impact the area and includes the first new high street in London for over 100 years!
The service charge is approximately £2,640 per annum. The ground rent is £350 per annum and the lease has 991 years remaining.
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