The Ivory House, Wapping, London, E1W


4 bedroom Apartment



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  • 3
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Ref no: WAP170088

Key Features
  • Roof Terrace
  • Juliette balcony
  • Porter
  • Warehouse Conversion
  • Water Views
  • Unique Property
  • Penthouse
  • Off Street Parking
  • Flat/Apartment
  • Leasehold
  • View EPC Rating
A four-bedroom penthouse offering beautiful views over St Katharine Docks and across the Thames.

Set on the top floor of Ivory House, close to Tower Bridge, this approx. 2250 sq ft, four-bedroom penthouse offers beautiful views over St Katharine Docks and across the Thames.

The apartment is bright and airy featuring two roof terraces and a patio. The entertainment space is beautifully presented and includes many of the original features of this historic and important building, such as stone flooring and vaulted ceilings.
The double height reception and dining space is where this home really shines. It's the perfect space for entertaining with its adjacent kitchen and access to the patio for al fresco dining.
There are two exquisitely appointed south facing en suite bedrooms, both looking out over the Docks' marina. Of the two further bedrooms one opens onto the patio through double doors and the other is currently set up as an office and media room. Both rooms share a further family bathroom.
A spiral staircase leads to a mezzanine level that opens out onto two roof terraces, allowing for sun at any time of day.

Further benefits to this property are a concierge and off-street parking.


In the middle of the marina with its restaurants, cafes and wine bars, Ivory House is also conveniently located a short distance from Thomas More Square, where there is a Waitrose, dry cleaners, hair and beauty salon, and gym. Tower Hill and Aldgate East Tube stations are a short walk from Ivory House.

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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...