In the Wasteland - and this lovely Thames side double upper flat is not a wasteland- the poet T.S Eliot called the Thames a brown God. For the last 1000 years the Thames has been at the heart of London. From the two terraces of this refurbished apartment you look out over the Thames, and the boats that ply it as they've done since Chaucer's day.
When the owners bought the flat it had been unloved for 20 years. They completely revamped and updated it with a new kitchen and new bathrooms. A fantastic penthouse living space, a master bedroom which gives out on the terraces so you can see the moon reflecting on the Thames at midnight, two decent sized bedrooms which the owners (both writers) use as studies. Sold with parking space and residents bicycle space.
The concierges who are on duty 24 hours are pleasant and obliging and the neighbours lovely.
The location of the property is just moments from St Katharine Docks, Waitrose, the historic pubs on Wapping's riverside, Tower of London and The City.
Nearby transport links include Tower Hill Tube, Tower Gateway DLR, Fenchurch Street Station and Tower Millennium Pier.
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