Old Sun Wharf, Limehouse, London, E14

£740,000

2 bedroom Apartment

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Share of Freehold

  • 2
  • 2
  • 1

Ref no: WAP200043

Key Features
  • Balcony
  • Juliette balcony
  • Porter
  • Water Views
  • Upper Floor with Lift
  • Off Street Parking
  • Flat/Apartment
  • Share of Freehold
  • View EPC Rating
Description
A stunning south facing apartment fully renovated by the current owners offering far reaching views across the Thames of The Shard and Canary Wharf.

Having made the most of all available space during renovations, for those working from home the reception room benefits from a designated and compact office area.


The sleek kitchen, made by Kutchenhaus, features quartz counter tops, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar. Both bathrooms are tiled from floor to ceiling, the materials for which were supplied by the popular bathroom specialists Fired Earth.

Further benefits include engineered oak flooring throughout, a secure allocated parking space and concierge service.

Location

Old Sun Wharf takes a prime position on Narrow Street, nestled on the banks of the River Thames. Just a few minutes’ walk away is Limehouse station, providing regular transport links to Bank, via DLR, for access to the City and Central Line as well as the C2C offering links to Fenchurch Street. There are several pubs and restaurants nearby such as Gordon Ramsey’s The Narrow and Sir Ian McKellen's The Grapes, a traditional 16th Century London pub which survived the Blitz bombing of the Second World War. Wapping's popular hot spots, including The Prospect of Whitby and Il Bordello, can also be reached on foot along the Thames Pathway.

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The local area

About Limehouse

Limehouse is in the borough of Tower Hamlets, northwest of Canary Wharf. Limehouse links directly with Wapping, close to the City. One of the area’s most distinctive features is the Limehouse basin, which is essentially a small lake fed by the Thames and is home to the small Limehouse Marina.

Limehouse’s rich maritime history comes from being a significant port in the last century, and it was also the centre for ship building and rope making in London....