- Two double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Split-level penthouse
- 1,228 sqft / 112.9 sqm
- Allocated parking space
- Amazing dock views
- Private secluded terrace
- EPC rating: C
A 1228sqft Grade II listed split-level penthouse overlooking Greenland Dock with sweeping views across the London skyline. It has a vast reception stretching the full width of the property, a private terrace facing the water and allocated parking. It comes chain-free and with a share of the freehold.
This fascinating feature-rich property has two spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a south-facing area with conservatory-style glazing perfect for home working and overlooking the tree-lined courtyard communal garden. There is also a separate kitchen, great storage, magnificent views, and lift access shared with the neighbouring penthouse.
Both the reception and master bedroom benefit from large bay windows recessed with sleeping alcoves that offer uninterrupted panoramic views from Canary Wharf to The Shard as well as the pretty dock with its houseboats, swans, geese and grebes.
The bedrooms are unusually spacious; the double-height master has an en-suite bathroom with whirlpool bath, walk-in wardrobe and access to the secluded terrace. There is full double-glazing, gas central heating powered by a Worcester Bosch combi-boiler and availability of blazing-fast 900Mbps broadband.
The Thames Path at the bottom of Rope Street is a delightful way to stroll or cycle west towards Tower Bridge or east to historic Greenwich with its wealth of attractions. The gym at Surrey Docks Fitness Centre is 50 metres away and the rectangular dock is a perfect running route.
Three excellent delis, two fine informal restaurants and neighbourhood branches of two major supermarkets opened nearby recently. The cafes, bars and restaurants of Canary Wharf are a moment away via the river bus pier at the top of Rope Street. The river is a great option for commuters who also benefit from excellent Zone 2 transport links at Canada Water (Jubilee Line, London Overground) and Surrey Quays (London Overground).
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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