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Parking included | 1384 sqft (inc Winter Garden) | 21st floor | Large Winter Garden | Absolutely Stunning Views | Dual aspect to both South and West views directly of the dock, Canary Wharf skyline and also the River Thames | Exclusive development | Chain Free
Features a superb dual aspect to both South and West with amazing views directly of the dock, Canary Wharf skyline and also the River Thames.
This property also comes with secure underground parking. Open plan kitchen/ living area with high specification throughout, under floor heating, fully integrated Siemens appliances and built in wardrobes in the bedroom.
This quality development offers 24hr concierge service, residents only gymnasium and private garden areas.
Moments away from South Quay DLR and close to Canary Wharf with easy access to the shopping centres, restaurants, bars and all the other amenities Canary Wharf has to offer.
Canary Wharf Overview:
An iconic London skyline, Canary Wharf is well known for being a worldwide leading financial and business centre, home to some of the largest global headquarters of major banks, media organisations and professional services firms. With over 100,000 people working in Canary Wharf at offices including those of HSBC, Barclays, Credit Suisse, Citigroup, KPMG and Morgan Stanley.
Did you know?
• In 1802, West India Docks were the world’s busiest shipping port and the heart of the British Empire.
• Canary wharf is home to the biggest Waitrose in the country.
• The average salary for Canary Wharf is £100,000 • 1,000 ships still pass through the docks each month.
Property: Growing in popularity, Canary Wharf is now home to many prestigious residential developments, along with an impressive array of restaurants, bars, shops and leisure facilities, making it a highly desirable place to work and live. Sleek modern apartments with breath-taking views of the River Thames are just some of the fantastic properties on offer at Canary Wharf, the area has a multitude of housing styles. From luxury penthouses and modern warehouse conversions to Victorian terrace houses, there is plenty to suit any perspective homeowner or tenant looking to live or invest in this thriving area.
Residents: Popular with city professionals working in the area, Canary Wharf provides an easy commute and plenty of opportunities for after work activities. The area is also popular with students and families, and provides exciting opportunities for investors and first-time buyers. The area has a mix of rental and owner–occupied properties.
Going Out: Eating: With a plethora of places to eat, including Michelin star restaurants and well-known eateries, you’re spoiled for choice in Canary Wharf. Two Michelin star restaurant Tom’s Kitchen offers a relaxed dining experience serving French classics with a contemporary touch, always using the finest ingredients. Indulge in Boisdales famous steaks and whiskey while listening to live jazz music, or enjoy Japanese delights in the heart of Canary Wharf at the famous Roka.
For after work drinks that wow, get to the top of Pan Peninsula, featuring stunning views of Canary Wharf and a tasty cocktail menu with happy hour 5-7pm, The Attic Bar is sure to please. Serious cocktail enthusiasts will love The Parlour, who serve innovative seasonal delights, alongside favourite classics. Relaxing summertime drinks don’t get better than at Brodie’s Bar & Kitchen, with an enviable waterside location, perfect for laid back al fresco drinking and dining.
Things to do: Head to the Museum of London Docklands and learn more about the history of the area, with highly informative exhibitions showing how this riverside area has developed since the Roman times. Only 1 mile from the glistening towers of Canary Wharf, and you can be in the countryside at Mudchute park and city farm, providing endless free family fun with 32 acres hosting a range of activities including horse-riding and animal encounters. There are plenty of shopping opportunities in Canary Wharf, with over 120 shops ranging from designer brands, including Aspinal of London, Tiffany Co & Jo Malone, to high street favourites like Topshop and Zara. If you fancy you can even visit the famous Billingsgate Market, the UK’s largest inland wholesale fish market. Visit Europe’s largest luxury health club at Third Space, featuring state-of-the-art training facilities and 210 classes per week, more than enough for any fitness fanatic and anyone looking to inject some luxury into their fitness routine. Also in the area is the famous O2 arena, host to some of the world’s biggest bands, the enormous venue also includes a cinema, exhibition space and various bars and restaurants.
Transport: Located on the West India Docks on the Isle of Dogs, Canary Wharf is very well connected, with the Jubilee Line allowing quick and easy access into central London, while the DLR serves the whole of the Isle of Dogs and area surrounding Canary Wharf, including Stratford and London City airport within 20 minutes. There are many options for buses into the city, and you can even travel by boat with regular services from Canary Wharf Pier to locations including London Bridge, Chelsea, Embankment, and nearby Greenwich. The future Crossrail development, set to open in 2018, will make journeys into the city even easier and faster.
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