- Two double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- 1,360 sqft / 126 sqm
- Split-level penthouse
- Amazing dock views
- Allocated parking space
- Secluded private terrace
- EPC rating: C
- Bike store
- Communal courtyard garden
A vast 1360sqft Grade II listed penthouse nestled directly between Greenland Dock and South Dock Marina presenting panoramic views over the water. Spread across the upper two floors with allocated parking, a secluded terrace, a separate study and a huge amount of storage space. Chain free.
This captivating home has many interesting design features including high ceilings in the bedrooms, large bay windows and a south-facing conservatory-style glazed area adjacent to the kitchen. The focal points are the enormous full-width reception and main bedroom with its en-suite bathroom, walk-in wardrobe area and direct access to the private terrace. Additionally, there are two sizable windowless rooms; one presently used as a study and the other for storage.
Other notable advantages include a communal courtyard garden and bike store, gas central heating, full double-glazing, availability of super-fast broadband through Hyperoptic and the common entrance and stairwell is shared with only one other property.
The tranquil surroundings include the docks and the Thames Path. Nearby is Surrey Docks Fitness and Watersports Centre, together with the amenities of the recently developed Greenland Place, including Tesco Express and the 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.
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 Canada Water Masterplan will positively impact the area and includes the first new high street in London for over 100 years!
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