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This top floor apartment has retained a wealth of original warehouse features including wooden beams and exposed brickwork, combined with modern interior.
The spacious reception room has double height ceilings providing the room with additional light and an impressive sense of space. The newly fitted kitchen is located off the hallway and is extremely well equipped with fitted appliances and Versace floor tiles. Both bedrooms are good size doubles with the master benefitting from fitted wardrobes seperate shower room which along with the en suite have been refurbished to a very high standard. There are two additional storage cupboard located in the spacious hallway.
The river and City views can be seen from all of the west facing rooms within the apartment. The apartment comes with one allocated secure parking space.
Globe Wharf occupies an enviable site on the south bank of the River Thames, between Tower Bridge and Canary Wharf. Back in the mid to late 1800's, it was a Victorian rice mill. Now a luxury Grade II listed warehouse development, it is home to nearly 140 stunning residential apartments, and one of the premier conversions along the Thames. Globe Wharf is one of the areas landmark developments and benefits from a front desk concierge service seven days a week, one secure allocated underground parking space, and complimentary use of a private swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and gym. Canada Water underground station (Jubilee line) and Rotherhithe overground station are all located within walking distance, making this a superb location for those working in Canary Wharf or the City of London. Along Rotherhithe Street there is also access to the Hilton Pier, otherwise known as Nelson Dock Pier offering a regular river bus service into Canary Wharf.
Rotherhithe is located on a small peninsula on the south bank of the River Thames, to the west of Tower Bridge and opposite the Isle of Dogs. The area was home to many shipyards from Elizabethan times up until the 1970s. An extensive regeneration took place from the 1980s, with the redevelopment of warehouses into a charming residential district. Connection to the Jubilee line and the London Overground has helped Rotherhithe become one of the most popular...