Merchants House, Greenwich SE10, London, Greater London, SE10 9LX

Merchants House, Greenwich SE10
London Greater London SE10 9LX
United Kingdom

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Property

Ownership: Condo
Type: Apartment
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 2
Area: 99M² (1069 sq ft)
Tenure: Leasehold
Price Qualifier: Guide Price

Financials

Price: £695,000
($868,750)
Rubens Brotto
Real Estate Advisor
European Headquarters | 169 Piccadilly, 5th Floor, Mayfair, London W1J 9EH

Description

Great opportunity to acquire a fantastic two bedroom, two bathroom apartment spanning over 1,060 sq ft of waterfront views.

The residence is located in a delightful riverside development just a short Thames Path walk from the Royal Greenwich Park. The apartment comprises a very generous open plan kitchen and reception room, two generous sized double bedrooms, including an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. Residents will enjoy stunning views towards Canary Wharf across the river.

  • Chain Free
  • Turn-Key Property
  • Direct and Uninterrupted River Views
  • Open Plan Lounge and Kitchen
  • Plenty of Storage
  • Allocated Secure Underground Parking
  • Historic Legacy
  • Superb Location
  • Greenwich Park
  • Transport Links

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The apartment is situated on the first floor and benefits from well-appointed living space including a spacious living/dining room with breathtaking views overlooking the River Thames, fully integrated open plan kitchen. Generously proportioned primary double bedroom with en-suite shower room, second double bedroom and main bathroom suite with shower over the bath.

The property is superbly located adjacent to the River Thames allowing for a short walk along the Thames Path into Greenwich Village Center with its array of shops, restaurants, and the famous Greenwich Market. Greenwich Park with its Observatory and its Royal Museums are also close by. Residents also benefit from excellent transport links into central London and Canary Wharf via Cutty Sark DLR, Greenwich main line train station Maze Hill to London Bridge, and underground from North Greenwich as well as the panoramic Cable Car by the O2 Arena. You can also enjoy a ride with the Uber Boat by Thames Clippers down the river through several iconic locations all the way to Battersea Power Station.

The property further benefits from onsite concierge and a secure underground parking space. And the fact that it is surrounded by historic facts.

Merchant House is built upon the history of the land upon which Ballast Quay stands which is recorded in a piece by sculptor Wendy Taylor Anchor Iron 2004. The sculpture was commissioned by Berkeley Homes to mark the completion of the regeneration of C. A. Robinson & Co.'s former scrap metal yard which has now become a popular public space with views across the river to the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf. It commemorates Anchor Iron Wharf and a history that goes back over 1,000 years.

Another interesting historical fact is that the only a handful of many Ballast Quay taverns of the 19th and early 20th century survive, of which the Cutty Sark is probably the most famous. And the land on which the public house stands is still Morden College property, thus sustaining a strong historical legacy for over 300 years. Long will it continue.

In sum, whether you are a first time buyer searching for a great home, stepping up on the property ladder into a larger property or an investor looking to expand on your rental portfolio, certainly this property offers great value for your money.

Contact me for more details or to arrange a viewing!

*Please quote reference "NSO" upon enquiry

Amenities

  • Day time Concierge
  • Long Lease
  • No Onward Chain
  • Purpose Built Development
  • Secure Underground Parking
  • Waterfront Location

Exposures

  • North
  • West

This generously spacious residence is located in a delightful riverside development just a short walk through the Thames Path to the Royal Greenwich Park.

Description

Great opportunity to acquire a fantastic two bedroom, two bathroom apartment spanning over 1,060 sq ft of waterfront views.

The residence is located in a delightful riverside development just a short Thames Path walk from the Royal Greenwich Park. The apartment comprises a very generous open plan kitchen and reception room, two generous sized double bedrooms, including an en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. Residents will enjoy stunning views towards Canary Wharf across the river.

  • Chain Free
  • Turn-Key Property
  • Direct and Uninterrupted River Views
  • Open Plan Lounge and Kitchen
  • Plenty of Storage
  • Allocated Secure Underground Parking
  • Historic Legacy
  • Superb Location
  • Greenwich Park
  • Transport Links

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The apartment is situated on the first floor and benefits from well-appointed living space including a spacious living/dining room with breathtaking views overlooking the River Thames, fully integrated open plan kitchen. Generously proportioned primary double bedroom with en-suite shower room, second double bedroom and main bathroom suite with shower over the bath.

The property is superbly located adjacent to the River Thames allowing for a short walk along the Thames Path into Greenwich Village Center with its array of shops, restaurants, and the famous Greenwich Market. Greenwich Park with its Observatory and its Royal Museums are also close by. Residents also benefit from excellent transport links into central London and Canary Wharf via Cutty Sark DLR, Greenwich main line train station Maze Hill to London Bridge, and underground from North Greenwich as well as the panoramic Cable Car by the O2 Arena. You can also enjoy a ride with the Uber Boat by Thames Clippers down the river through several iconic locations all the way to Battersea Power Station.

The property further benefits from onsite concierge and a secure underground parking space. And the fact that it is surrounded by historic facts.

Merchant House is built upon the history of the land upon which Ballast Quay stands which is recorded in a piece by sculptor Wendy Taylor Anchor Iron 2004. The sculpture was commissioned by Berkeley Homes to mark the completion of the regeneration of C. A. Robinson & Co.'s former scrap metal yard which has now become a popular public space with views across the river to the Isle of Dogs and Canary Wharf. It commemorates Anchor Iron Wharf and a history that goes back over 1,000 years.

Another interesting historical fact is that the only a handful of many Ballast Quay taverns of the 19th and early 20th century survive, of which the Cutty Sark is probably the most famous. And the land on which the public house stands is still Morden College property, thus sustaining a strong historical legacy for over 300 years. Long will it continue.

In sum, whether you are a first time buyer searching for a great home, stepping up on the property ladder into a larger property or an investor looking to expand on your rental portfolio, certainly this property offers great value for your money.

Contact me for more details or to arrange a viewing!

*Please quote reference "NSO" upon enquiry

Amenities

  • Day time Concierge
  • Long Lease
  • No Onward Chain
  • Purpose Built Development
  • Secure Underground Parking
  • Waterfront Location

Exposures

  • North
  • West

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