Wapping Wall, Wapping, London, E1W£1,150 per week
Ref no: P212310
Having been the subject of an extensive renovation project the house is presented in excellent condition and features engineered Oak flooring, a high quality kitchen and four luxurious new bathrooms.
The house opens on the ground floor to an attractive and spacious entrance hallway which features electrical underfloor heating, bespoke fitted furniture and a stone wall. To the rear of the ground floor is the fourth bedroom.
The first floor comprises an impressive open plan and high specification kitchen, living, dining area with wooden flooring, feature stone wall with oil fireplace and balcony.
The second floor accommodates two double bedrooms, one with a juliet balcony, both with en suite facilities and fitted wardrobes.
The master bedroom is located on the third floor and features another luxury en suite shower room.
Additionally the property benefits from an integral single garage, a private wraparound roof terrace which provides ample space for entertaining, triple glazed composite wood effect windows and connection to the HIVE smart home system.
Guide to living in 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. Professionals are often attracted to the area because it is within walking distance to both the City and Canary Wharf.Discover more
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