- One double bedroom
- Balcony with dock view
- Allocated underground parking
- Recent kitchen & bathroom
- South-facing gated communal garden
- Quiet & convenient dockside location
- Long lease
- Access to loft space with ladder
A well-cared for top floor apartment in a peaceful dockside location with an updated kitchen and bathroom, long lease, balcony, secure parking space, large accessible loft and gated communal garden overlooking Greenland Dock.
This second-floor home is part of a small block and the communal entrance is shared with only four other flats. It boasts a large bedroom and a relaxing and bright living area with a balcony to one end and a water view through the kitchen window at the other. The useful attic (not officially part of the lease) is partially boarded and has a pull-down ladder. Additional features include superfast broadband availability through Hyperoptic, double glazing and a recently fitted hot water cylinder.
Canada Water and Surrey Quays stations are both within short walking distance and there is the convenience of a range of local shops on the doorstep. The tranquil surroundings include Russia Dock Woodlands, Greenland Dock and the Thames Path. The River Taxi services from Greenland Pier also offer an alternative way of commuting.
The Canada Water Masterplan will bring exciting developments to the area. The first phase due for completion will provide new civic space, a leisure centre, housing, shops and workspace to the west of the iconic library. The whole project will positively impact the area and includes the first new high street in London for over 100 years!
Greenland Dock is the oldest of London’s riverside wet docks, dating back to 1695-1699 and originally being called Howland Great Dock. At first the dock was used for re-fitting shops of the East India Company and from the 1720s it was used by whaling ships. Whale blubber was boiled on the quayside to produce oil. The whaling ships came in from Greenland, leading to the dock begin renamed Greenland Dock. One of the present-day attractions of the dock is its visiting wildlife: coots, grebe, swans, ducks, cormorants, Canada Geese and the occasional heron.
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