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Keepier Wharf, 12 Narrow Street, Limehouse, E14 8DH

  • Guide Price £1,650,000
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Overview

  • 4
  • Bedrooms
  • 3
  • Bathrooms
  • 1963
  • sqft
  • Flat/Apartment
  • Property Type
  • CAD200348
  • Property Reference

Description

An incredible Penthouse apartment with breath taking uninterrupted views of the River Thames looking West towards The Shard and East towards Canary Wharf. **3D Virtual Viewing Available**

The apartment which boasts nearly 2000 sq. ft is situated on the 4th and 5th floors and includes a living room with double height ceilings leading out to a terrace overhanging the River.

The impressive stainless steel semi open plan kitchen is stunning, as are the bathrooms. The remainder of the apartment includes 3 double bedrooms, a 4th bedroom/study, utility room, 3 bathrooms, 3 terraces and an abundance of storage throughout. The apartment has an allocated parking space, a Share of the Freehold and is Chain Free. The property has sole access to the attic which has been boarded and has lighting although this does not part of the title.

Keepier Wharf sits right on the banks of the Thames. The Riverside walkway which runs for miles beside the Thames, diverts around the north side of the apartments which are located on the highly sought after, Narrow Street. Keepier Wharf has a day concierge with its communal areas and in particular the lobby being immaculate.

Narrow Street has become highly sought after in recent years, with a number of Wharf conversions and trendy restaurants including The Narrow by Gordon Ramsey and the Yurt Café close by.

Sitting next to Limehouse Basin, with its narrow boats and glamorous vessels, the area has much to offer and as it’s just a few minutes’ walk from Limehouse DLR which has excellent transport links to Canary Wharf and the City.

Keepier Wharf was originally built in 1830 as a coal depot, taking its name from a coal-mining area in County Durham. The first Wharf on Narrow Street dates backs to 1348 when the area became a landfall for ships, where ropes and pottery were made amongst other goods.

At around 1900 Keepier Wharf ceased to handle coal, when it changed its name to Lendrum’s Wharf where a depot was set up dealing with Waste Paper.

In 1986 Lendrum’s Wharf was converted into 25 apartments and changed its name back to Keepier Wharf.

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Key Information

  • Ref: CAD200348
  • Type: Flat/Apartment
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Outside Space: Balcony
  • Tenure: Share of Freehold
  • Leasehold Remaining: 995 years
  • Service Charge: £8,000.00

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