- Three double bedrooms
- Two receptions
- Two bathrooms
- Parking space
- 1,121 sqft
- South-facing garden
- Peaceful dockside location
- EPC Rating: C
An end-of-terrace family home with a holiday feel overlooking the impressive Greenland Dock. Pedestrianised in front and south-facing garden to the rear, it is a wonderful peaceful setting. It also benefits from two receptions, two bathrooms and a parking space, while being well-maintained and arranged over three floors. Offered with no chain.
The front reception has a large semi-circular window facing over the dock. The kitchen with Roundhouse units is light and airy with French doors to the garden. The ground floor has a newly-sanded and oiled wood floor throughout, and a spacious WC. A bedroom, shower room and the living room with Juliet balcony can be found on the first floor, while the top floor has the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, bathroom and third bedroom. There is a boarded loft with ladder. The master bedroom, living room and second reception all look out over the water.
The excellent location of the house is between the hustle and bustle of Canada Water and the recent developments south of Plough Way at Greenland Place, Marine Wharf and The Timberyard, providing an increasing number of amenities in the local area. Surrey Quays and Canada Water stations are both within half a mile.
If desired, the Juliet balconies could be changed to full balconies, like many other houses on the dockside have done. If considered as a buy-to-let purchase, it could easily be used as a four bedroom property to maximise return and would attract professional tenants.
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 ships 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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