- Three double bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Direct river views
- 997 sqft / 92.6 sqm
- High-specification refurbishment
- Full-width balcony
- Underground parking space
- Raised mezzanine level
- 977-year lease
- EPC rating: C
A beautiful design-led waterfront home benefiting from a recent back-to-brick refurbishment of the highest standard. It has expansive views of The Thames and Canary Wharf skyline, two bathrooms, oak parquet flooring, a full-width balcony, secure underground parking and tinted floor-to-ceiling windows. Chain free.
Every detail has been carefully considered in this well-proportioned 997 sqft three-bedroom apartment. From the Hacker kitchen with Silestone work surfaces (a compressed stone resin that doesn’t stain), to the bathrooms with Tadelakt (Moroccan plaster) walls, a stone resin bath, underfloor heating, Lusso Stone tap fittings and back-lit heated mirrors.
The kitchen/living room provides an impressive social space and access to the balcony. The kitchen is fitted with integrated Siemens appliances, a boiling water tap, lacquered cabinetry with one-piece hard-wearing doors and LED mood lighting.
The living area flows into the master bedroom via a wide opening that can be closed with a sliding door. Extensive storage options were built by Form Creations, specialists in bespoke cabinetry, including a dressing area between the master bedroom and ensuite.
Beyond the living room are two further double bedrooms, one of which is fitted with data points for use as an office. The large main bathroom also provides a space for the washing machine.
The internal communal areas of the Trinity Wharf development have recently been fully refurbished at a cost of £1m. There is also an acceptable EWS1 form in place.
It is located close to the Hilton Double Tree Hotel and its regular ferry service to Canary Wharf, as well as Greenland Pier for its river taxi services into the City. Canada Water Station on the Jubilee Line is under a 20-minute walk away (or a short cycle or bus journey), as is Surrey Quays on the Overground line.
The property will benefit from significant investment coming into this part of Zone 2 London, including the 53 acre Canada Water Masterplan with London’s first new high street in over 100 years.
The service charge is approximately £3,500 per annum. The ground rent is £200 per annum and the long lease has 976 years remaining.
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