Shipwright House, Boulcott Street, E1From £525,000

Main Features

  • Limehouse Location
  • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments
  • Quiet cul-de-sac off Commercial Road
  • Excellent links to Canary Wharf & the City
  • All apartments have balconies or terraces
  • Help to Buy
  • 125 year lease
  • 10 year Build Warranty

A stunning newly finished residential development by the Guildmore Group, of just 21 private apartment's comprising 8 one bedroom and 12 two bedroom apartments all with their own outside space.

In addition, there is a community facility at Shipwright House, the former Sector Six London Docker's Athletic & Social Club.

White gloss fitted kitchens are complemented by quartz worktops, Bosch oven, gas hob and porcelain floor tiles. Hot water and heating is supplied by individual gas boilers and radiators. With wood laminate floors, oak internal doors and some outstanding views complete these apartments. A communal roof terrace is located on the 6th floor, perfect for enjoying the evening sun.

Boulcott Street is a quiet cul-de-sac running off Commercial Road located within a few minutes of Limehouse DLR Station and National Railway Station.

Limehouse Station offers quick and easy access via the DLR to Bank, Tower Gateway, Canary Wharf and London City Airport, whilst via the National Rail line c2c, direct access to Fenchurch Street.
Using the DLR, it is just 15 minutes to Stratford and going west, we are 6 stations from King's Cross St Pancras and access to Europe.

The area has emerged as one of London's most popular up and coming spots located between London's two financial districts; The City and Canary Wharf.

The O2 arena is easily reached and offers year round international tours and events, multiplex cinema and packed with restaurants, clubs and bars.

Locally the area has, surprisingly, a lot to offer with The Troxy now a Grade II listed building located on Commercial Road. This stunning Art Deco Building was designed by George Coles who was also involved in the design of Queens College, University of London as well as numerous Art Deco Cinemas throughout the capital. Originally one of London's largest cinemas, it is now currently used as a superb exhibition space, encompassing conferences and concerts.

Tobacco Dock is also close, offering clubbing, nightlife and exhibitions along with very good Gin festivals!

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