- Two double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- 1031 sqft / 95.8 sqm
- Secure undercover parking space
- Peaceful setting with water views
- Split-level arrangement
- Large loft
- EPC rating: C
A wonderfully presented and well-proportioned home arranged over two floors by Norway Dock. With high ceilings, two bathrooms, secure parking, useful loft, gas central heating, beautiful wood floors in the large reception and welcoming entrance hall, a terrace and two Juliet balconies.
This impressive 1031 sqft property is bright, quiet and offers views over the water fountain and Canary Wharf. The communal entrance is shared with only two other apartments and there is no one living above or below.
The current owners have replaced both the fully-tiled main bathroom and en-suite shower room along with fitting a John Lewis kitchen with the following integrated separate appliances; separate washing machine, dryer, fridge, freezer, double oven, dishwasher, waste disposal and warming drawer.
Both bedrooms have built in cupboard space, as well as additional fitted wardrobes in the master. There is also a south-east facing terrace leading off of the main bedroom.
Part of The Lakes, built around the old Norway Dock, the development has been commended for creating a residential area of real presence and identity. The tranquil surroundings include Russia Dock Woodland, Greenland Dock and the Thames Path.
The leaseholders in this development are members of the right-to-manage company, giving them greater control over maintenance costs and choice of managing agents. The service charge is approximately £2,000 per annum and the ground rent is currently £55 per annum. Superfast broadband is available through Hyperoptic.
The Canada Water Masterplan will bring exciting developments to the area, with the first phase due to be complete by 2021. The first phase will provide new civic space, a leisure centre, housing, shops and workspace to the west of the iconic library. The whole project incorporates the current shopping centre, retail park and the old newspaper factory sites. There is also the proposed Rotherhithe Bridge which will provide a pedestrian connection direct to Canary Wharf.
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