British Property Award Winner 2017 & 2018
This exceptionally well located two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is positioned within the Royal Wharf development overlooking the River Thames.
Comprised of over 844 sq. ft. of internal living space, made up of a large open-plan living room, dining area & kitchen, leading onto the private balcony, two double bedrooms both boasting from direct views onto the Thames, providing a feeling of space, light and privacy.
Royal Wharf is a ground-breaking development in the heart of Royal Docks and hosts a range of amenities including a swimming pool, spa, gymnasium, various grocery stores, public parks and a walkway along the Thames.
Pontoon Dock & West Silvertown (DLR) stations are just moments away, whilst the new Crossrail (delivery 2018) is just 9 minutes' walk away.
"Our flat was purchased on the Royal Wharf launch day - we queued for 7 hours to ensure we were able to get hold of this particular flat. Our initial plan was to live-in and hence it was critical that we were able to find the best floorplan and layout for us. This flat is one of the few two-bedroom flats where all rooms have a river view - that is, both bedrooms (not just one), the living room and also the kitchen all have direct river views. We also specifically wanted to be based on floor 3; any lower and people can look into your flat from the walkway in front of the river while any higher and you can't actually see the water without stepping out onto the balcony. Another massive benefit for us was that the two bedrooms do not share any common walls - being separated by the living room means we could ensure higher privacy levels (also important if you ever choose to sublet one room to a third-party). The flat is due to complete between August and October 2017. Overall, we do believe that the layout and location of the flat make it somewhat unique and if the only reason we are deciding to sell is because we are relocating to a different part of London."
Unit B, 20,
London, E16 1BS
+44 (0)20 3946 6000
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