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The stunning interior of this newly refurbished, grade II listed, duplex penthouse apartment offers spacious and contemporary spaces ideal for entertaining. The space is amplified by the use of original warehouse features including exposed brickwork, wooden beams and double height ceilings and complemented by modern additions including Crittall internal doors, a new and contemporary staircase, feature lighting and bespoke bathroom fittings.
The reception room is spacious and light with windows overlooking the river and a park. The space in parts has double height ceilings reaching up to skylights and can be easily zoned into useful and generous living spaces.
A newly fitted bespoke kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, casual dining space, a walk-in pantry and semi open-plan access to the reception room.
Upstairs there is a large principal suite which includes access to a private roof terrace, a concealed walk-in wardrobe and a contemporary styled en suite bathroom. There are three further large double bedrooms, a family bathroom and utility room. A large mezzanine balcony overlooking the reception room creates an elegant office space.
The upper floor of this impressive penthouse is solely reserved for an indoor viewing pod with large glass windows leading to an expansive roof terrace. The terrace has 360 degree, uninterrupted panoramic views of the River Thames, Canary Wharf, Tower Bridge and the City of London.
Oliver's Wharf was converted to apartments in 1970 and is regarded as the prime residential warehouse conversion on the banks of the Thames. It is conveniently placed between Wapping Overground and St Katharine Docks, both of which are a 5-10 minute walk. Residents will be minutes away from Canary Wharf, Shoreditch, and Bank with easy connections to the West End. London Bridge is just four stops away on the Overground.
Wapping is a hidden gem along the River Thames, with charming cobbled streets and historic buildings including Prospect of Whitby, the oldest riverside pub in London, dating back to 1520. Warehouse conversions abound in the area, providing a contrast to the backdrop of modern skyscrapers in the neighbouring areas; from here, you can see the ‘Gherkin’ in the City of London, the HSBC building in Canary Wharf, and the Shard on the South Bank. Professionals are...