- Three double bedrooms
- Two receptions
- Two bathrooms
- 1,539 sqft / 143 sqm
- Dock views
- Refurbished throughout
- Grade II listed
- EPC rating: C
An expansive 1539sqft Grade II listed property offering views of Greenland Dock and South Dock Marina. Fully refurbished and arranged over three floors, it has two receptions, two bathrooms and a high specification interior. Easily accessible to Canada Water and Surrey Quays stations.
This truly stunning share-of-freehold refurbished home is bright and spacious throughout. On the ground floor it has two entrances, a converted garage which is now a second reception, a double bedroom and a WC. The first floor is where the main living area are with the vast reception which offers plenty of room to relax and dine, and the superb German kitchen with Miele appliances. The master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room is located on the top floor, together with the main luxurious bathroom and a further spacious bedroom with storage.
Other benefits include gas central heating, full double glazing and superfast broadband is available through Hyperoptic.
The tranquil surroundings include the docks and the Thames Path. Nearby is Surrey Docks Fitness and Watersports Centre, together with the amenities of the recently developed Greenland Place, including Tesco Express and the Plough Way Cafe. A scenic walk takes you to Canada Water Station (Jubilee Line & London Overground, Zone 2) and Surrey Quays Station (London Overground, Zone 2). The River Taxi services from Greenland Pier also offer an alternative way of commuting with the centre of Canary Wharf reachable in 15 minutes' door-to-door.
Swedish Quays is a complex of 95 flats and houses. Built in the late 1980s by Roger Malcom Homes and designed by David Price and Gordon Cullen, the latter being Britain's most influential planning theorist and architectural illustrator of the post-war period. The development was given Grade II listed status in 2018 due to its multi-layered detailing, use of good quality materials and its contextually astute design, referencing the former buildings and dock walls of the previously industrial landscape in which it sits.
The service charge is £1,393.84 per annum (includes buildings insurance) and the lease (with share of freehold) has 967 years remaining.
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