Cinnabar Wharf East, Wapping, London, E1W


2 bedroom Apartment



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Ref no: WAP140130

Key Features
  • Roof Terrace
  • Balcony
  • Porter
  • Purpose Built
  • Water Views
  • Upper Floor with Lift
  • Penthouse
  • Residents Parking
  • Flat/Apartment
  • Leasehold
  • View EPC Rating
A fantastically unique penthouse apartment in one of Wapping’s most prestigious buildings, boasting in excess of 3000 sq. ft outdoor space overlooking the Thames.

Accommodation is arranged over the 8th and 9th floor of this Berkeley Homes development and offers 360 degree views from a wraparound balcony and generous roof terrace. The south facing aspect and floor to ceiling windows throughout allow for plenty of natural light and views of Tower Bridge in this spacious apartment. The vast reception room has plenty of space for separate living and dining areas whilst still having an open plan feel, providing the perfect entertaining space, with several access points onto the balcony. The master bedroom suite benefits from built in wardrobes, a bathroom with dual sinks, separate w/c and its own gym area. There is a further bedroom and three additional w/c’s.

Upstairs on the top floor is a superb circular room which would make an excellent second reception room or office. From here you can access the exceptional roof terrace offering far reaching views across the River Thames and London skyline.

Further benefits include secure allocated parking and 24 hour concierge.


Cinnabar Wharf is well located along the Thames Pathway, just moments from St Katharine Docks, with a variety of shops, bars, restaurants and café’s within easy reach, including the popular fish restaurant ‘Smiths’. Wapping and Tower Hill stations are within 0.5 miles of the property providing regular transport links across Central London.

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About Wapping

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...