About the Property
Taking in extensive panoramic views up and down the River Thames towards Canary Wharf and the City, Chinnocks Wharf enjoys a prominent position on Narrow Street, Limehouse E14.
This prime residential address along the riverside in Limehouse has a bright and sunny aspect. With all the principle rooms south facing across the River Thames, you can quite easily take in the sunny evenings on the balcony, which runs the full length of the property.
With accommodation offering two double bedrooms, an open plan reception room and fitted kitchen, and two bathrooms (one being ensuite to the master bedroom) Its easy to see why this development is so sought after. Other benefits include a secure underground parking space, and a day porter.
About the Area
Nestled between Wapping and Canary Wharf, Limehouse is a relaxed residential area.
The main areas to Limehouse are the Limehouse Basin (and surrounding developments) and Narrow Street, which runs parallel to the River Thames. From the basin you have access to several Thames and Canal walks and cycle routes, that take you to other parts of London and beyond. And they are certainly worth exploring if you have the time.
Canary Wharf, with its ample shopping opportunities is a short walk away along the Thames path. With its mix of retail and food/beverage shops, it offers something for all.
More local to Limehouse is “The Grapes” pub, which is part owned by Sir Ian McKellen, and the Gordon Ramsey owned “The Narrow”. Both of these establishments are well regarded and offer food as well as drink, along with a Narrow Street location offers extensive views up and down the River Thames.
Limehouse and Narrow Street are steeped in history, and due to its proximity to the River Thames has strong maritime links. It was a significant port in late medieval times, with extensive docks and wharves, and was well known for shipbuilding and rope making.
The closest station is Limehouse DLR, giving a regular and easy access into Bank, Canary Wharf, Stratford International, London City Airport, and across the River Thames to Royal Greenwich.
The C2C train can also be picked up at Limehouse, taking you out to the Essex Coast or Fenchurch Street in the City.
There are also ample bus routes close by, that can take you further east, or into more central parts of the City of London. Along with multiple cycle superhighways.