British Property Award Winner 2017
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Three bedroom, two bathroom apartment on the third floor, boasting 1,130 sq ft internal living space and 2 x private river facing terraces.
Longitude Wharf is a beautiful new development located on the banks of the River Thames. The name Longitude Wharf comes from its unique location placed on the world's prime meridian timeline (GMT), Zero Longitude. Due to complete in March/April 2015, this development is going to be finished to an exceptional standard, consisting of oiled oak flooring running from the hallway through to the lounge, Regency carpets in the two double bedrooms, fitted wardrobes, flat panel radiators and a quartz worktop finishing off the stunning Italian white kitchen.
This niche development consists of only 15 apartments, and 1 breath-taking penthouse which will leave you speechless. They have been carefully designed to provide beautiful homes within an incredible space to live, relax and unwind. Each apartment benefits from a private terrace and floor to ceiling windows, boasting dynamic and exciting views across the O2 Arena, Greenwich Peninsula and the bend of the River Thames, giving a feeling of natural space & light. From 2018 Canary Wharf will be one of the largest Crossrail stations in the U.K, from which you will be able to reach Bond Street in 13 minutes and Heathrow Airport in 39 minutes. This will vastly add to the amount of amenities you will have access to.
The location of Longitude Wharf is great for all kind of commuters, East India Dock DLR lies a couple minutes' walk away, which gives access to Central Line, Jubilee Line and District Line in minutes. This will make it easy to connect to Canary Wharf, The City and beyond. If you would prefer to drive you have the A13, A12 and A406 moments from the site making access to greater London and surrounding areas fast and efficient.
Unit B, 20,
London, E16 1BS
+44 (0)20 3946 6000
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