Dock Street, E1

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Key features

  • Juliet balcony
  • Purpose built
  • Upper floor with lift
  • Flat/apartment

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Other info

  • Ground rent: £350 per annum
  • Ground rent review period: Ask agent
  • Service charge: £3,948 per annum
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Lease expiry date: Ask agent
  • Lease length remaining: Ask agent

Ref no: WAP190111

A bright two double bedroom apartment situated on the second floor of this modern development just a stone’s throw from St Katharine Docks.
This stylish apartment benefits from floor to ceiling windows throughout allowing for plenty of natural light. The well equipped kitchen, with integrated appliances, is open plan to the reception room which benefits from a Juliet balcony.


Dock Street is well located on the City fringe, within easy reach of Tower Hill (underground), Tower Gateway (DLR) and Fenchurch Street (C2C). A Waitrose superstore and Sainsburys local are both within close proximity as well as the variety of cafe's, bars and restaurants on offer at St Katharine Docks.

Leasehold - 125 years from 25 March 2006.
Ground rent £350 per annum.
Service charge approximately £2,710 per annum (excluding water £234pa and short term reserve funds £1,002pa).
Council tax band E.

Floor plan

Picture No. 02

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Total stamp duty

43,750 £

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Monthly repayments

39,924 £

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