- Two / three bedrooms
- Three bathrooms
- 1,576 sqft / 146.4sqm
- Grade II listed status
- Arranged over four floors
- Balcony with marina view
- Modern interior
- EPC rating: D
An expansive 1576sqft Grade II listed townhouse nestled between Greenland Dock and South Dock Marina. Arranged over four floors, the bright and airy redecorated interior features an impressive open-plan kitchen, reception with balcony, three bathrooms, downstairs WC, plenty of built-in storage and the top floor is ideal for a home office. Forthcoming share of freehold purchase and lease extension at additional cost. Chain free.
This wonderful home boasts a high-quality finish throughout. The ground floor comprises the large contemporary kitchen, open-plan entrance hall and separate WC. On the first floor is the full width living room, balcony with view of the marina and main bedroom with ensuite shower room and fitted wardrobes. The second floor has the main bathroom and another spacious bedroom with ensuite, while the top floor has the additional space, ideal for either a study or guest area.
Other benefits include a communal courtyard garden and bike store, gas central heating, full double-glazing, new carpets, integrated speaker system, on-street permit parking and high-speed broadband available through Hyperoptic. The bedrooms, reception and top-floor are all dual-aspect.
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.
Set in tranquil surroundings, nestled between Greenland Dock and South Dock Marina, you will also find the Thames Path and Greenland Pier at the top of the road, offering an alternative way of commuting both to the city and Canary Wharf via the river bus service. A scenic walk takes you to Canada Water Station (Jubilee Line & London Overground, Zone 2) and Surrey Quays Station (London Overground, Zone 2). Nearby is Surrey Docks Fitness and Watersports Centre, together with the shops, informal restaurants and green spaces in the recently created developments along Plough Way, including Tesco Express and The Pear Tree Kitchen.
The property will benefit from significant investment in the area, including the underway 53-acre / £5.6Bn project, the Canada Water Masterplan with London's first new high street in over 100 years.
Leasehold. The service charge is £2,124 per annum (includes building insurance). The ground rent is £200 per annum and the lease has 89 full years remaining. The forthcoming share of freehold purchase is due to complete soon. This will include an extension of the lease to 999 years and the removal of ground rent. Participation will require an additional cost of circa £14,900 for this property. Southwark Council Tax Band: F.
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