Tea Trade Wharf, SE1
Asking Price £575 pw
During the 20th century the area of Shad Thames went into decline as congestion forced shipping to unload goods further east, and the last warehouses closed in 1972, leaving the area forgotten and derelict. However, Shad Thames was regenerated in the 1980s and 1990s, when the disused but picturesque warehouses throughout the area were converted into residential properties, many with restaurants, bars, shops, etc. on the ground floor.
The converted warehouses retain their original characteristic features of brickwork, winches, large sign-writing and so on, and most are named after the commodities which were originally stored in them — Vanilla & Sesame Court, Cayenne Court, Wheat Wharf, Tea Trade Wharf. It is said that a century of spices had infused into the brickwork, so after they were converted into flats the first residents of each building could still detect the scent after which it was named
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Coming from a strong sales background, Sebastian started his agency career in the ultra competitive Notting Hill Market in 2001, before moving to London Docklands two years later. Having joined Hurford Salvi Carr Limehouse office in the spring of 2005 Sebastian now manages the Sales Department for the Docklands area where his accumulative knowledge of the local sales market has proven to be invaluable to our Clients.
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