Apartment in city London
44.00 sq.m., 2 bedrooms

€ 415 569

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For sale a modern one bedroom apartment in Warehouse Court. Located in the popular Royal Arsenal Woolwich, SE18, London, it is close to transport and local amenities but away from any major roads or highways.
Nice living room, opens onto the open plan kitchen. This is a very modern space, plenty of smooth white cabinets, black granite worktops and fitted appliances. Hardwood floors run through these 2 rooms and the corridor.
The bathroom is also very modern and tiled. It has good quality sanitary ware and fittings and a shower over the bath.
The master bedroom is bright with Windows from floor to ceiling, overlooking the garden and part of the balcony. There are gorgeous built-in closet, carpeted underfoot and all the usual power supplies, TVs and glasses that you would expect in a modern building.
Facilities on site
Royal Arsenal is a beautiful private waterfront property with
the Concierge of the 24 houses, reception service and security.
In place of parks and Riverwalks
Boulangerie jade bakery and café
dry cleaning
massage parlor
Young Brewery Gastro pubs - dial arc and guardhouse
the farmers market
Care rental and electric car charging points
Tesco Express, Marks and Spencer food and Sainsbury's Local
Italian restaurant Con Gusto
Medical center with surgery and pharmacy GP
Private dentist
Kindergarten and kindergarten
Children
entertainment center Taproom Craft Brewery, pub and restaurant
7R Gym and Crossfit gym
Royal Arsenal Dealership
Stephen James
Visit and purchase
a 5-10 minute walk from the hotel the Main street of Woolwich, cafes and market. Royal Arsenal is a perfect place for those who are waiting to trade crowded Central London for the space and style within easy reach.
Station Crossrail - the estimated opening date is 2020. The station is in the development stage and will take approximately 10 minutes to Canary Wharf, 15 minutes to Liverpool street and 25 minutes to bond street. It will be right at Heathrow.
Train - 5 minute walk to Woolwich Arsenal station and 20-30 minutes to the city centre - London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross
- 5 minute walk to Woolwich Arsenal DLR station and about 25 minutes to London's Bank station. Trains run approximately every 4 minutes. Destinations include city airport 5 minutes, Canary Wharf 19 minutes, Stratford 23 minutes.
Underground station - North Greenwich - jubilee line, which is easily reached by bus and boat, or Canning Town on the DLR.
Boat - Thames clippers - the River boat takes you to Canary Wharf in approximately 23 minutes and many stops in Central London and Waterloo. Visit for information and schedules.
It's perfect for the 02, Canary Wharf, city and West End. The London city airport is just two stops from DLR is close enough for convenience, but Royal Arsenal there are no flights.
Future plans for Royal Arsenal.
Huge investments are made in the Royal Arsenal development, including restaurants and wine bars, more retail space, a new hotel, the opening of the railway station, Cross Elizabeth Line 2018 and the recently announced cultural center Dash Arts, theatre. and arena of the arts in 2019/2020.

Regeneration Of Woolwich

New Civic Center on Wellington street provides a new library, post office and cafe / bar. Behind the center recently opened a new Tesco supermarket, and Parking in the city center and 1000 new homes. The Tesco store is an eco - store powered by solar panels and wind turbines, to the farmer's market selling local products, and two playgrounds.
In the Western part of the street Hung street, there's a designated object known as Woolwich-Triangle - will soon begin construction of a new shopping Mall in the center of which is a large retailer. The development Triangle will include leisure space, cafes and restaurants. The entire territory occupies an area of 300 000 sq Ft and enliven the Western end of the downtown as a zone free from vehicular traffic. Woolwich gets its own "West End". In fact, British Land has recently spent £ 100 million for the purchase of land and buildings in Woolwich.
The high street will also benefit from the restoration of existing buildings, listed at Grade II, to give additional character and concentration. The old building of the co-operative has now been repaired, and there must be done more buildings. After renovation of these historic buildings will be a new trademark and the name of the main streets, the entire area will become more lively during the day and evening with new café bars and restaurants.
Recently spent 6.6 million pounds on the reconstruction of the area of General Gordon and Beresford square near the train station and Woolwich Arsenal train station. Now everything is ready and includes new landscape plantings, recreational areas, a large digital media display for sports and social events and a new water feature.
Please note: when preparing the details, sizes and photographs of the property taken all precautions, however, the accuracy of all the above is in no way guaranteed, and these data are not part of any contract. Prospective purchasers are advised to check all details through their lawyers.
Area: 44 sq M / 474 sq Ft.
The tax rate of the Council: B (1112 pounds per year).
Lease: 125 years from 2012 Approximate charge for
service: 1400
pounds a year.

Seller information

Seller type Private seller

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