Basin Approach E14

By on Thursday, February 16th, 2023 in Limehouse, Property of the week, Sales.

About the Apartment

This fantastic two bedroom flat offers larger than average accommodation. Spanning over 1054sqft/98sqm, it has far reaching south westerly views across the Limehouse Basin towards the city skyline. The sixth floor property has a good sized balcony, secure parking, and a 24hr concierge.

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About the Building

Basin Approach, built by Bellway Homes in 1999, occupies a commanding position over the Limehouse Basin. This prominent Limehouse building, also known as the Pinnacle II, is considered by some to be the best block on the basin, and the views from this two bedroom are an indication of why those views are expressed.

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About the Area

Local attractions include St. Annes in Limehouse, a famous Anglican church built in the 18th century and designed by the much revered architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. The Limehouse Basin also offers great canalside walks, taking you off along the Regents Canal, and Limehouse Cut (Which connects to the River Lee), and providing an excellent base to explore London via the surrounding waterways.

The Grapes public house, is also considered to be one of Limehouse`s main attractions. The current building dates back to the 1720`s, however a pub has stood on this site since 1583. It originally served the dockers of the Limehouse Basin, but nowadays it’s as well known for its famous owner (Sir Ian McKellen), as it is for its draft beers and home cooked food, with a view over the River Thames for good measure.

Ropemakers fields is the main green space in Limehouse. Although it’s a fairly new park (Laid out by the London Docklands Development Corporation), it takes its name from the centuries of rope making in the area. This historic connection is given further clout by Samuel Pepys, who refers to a visit to the areas ropeyard in 1664.

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Transport Links

This prestigious development is moments from the Limehouse DLR, which takes you into Canary Wharf or the City in under ten minutes either way. The DLR also connects you to Stratford International, and the C2C in Limehouse takes you to the Essex Coast or Fenchurch Street.

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Basin Approach E14
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