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3 bedroom town house for sale

Royal Court, London, SE16

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Property Description

Key features

  • Immaculately Presented
  • Shops and Amenities Nearby
  • Three Bedroom
  • Modern
  • Garage
  • No Onward Chain
  • Freehold
  • Balcony
  • Luxury Living
  • Townhouse

Full description

JT Clarke London, are pleased to present to the market this sensational three bedroom Townhouse on the niche and sought after location of Royal Court, Surrey Quays SE16.
This really is an amazing property from size, style and location you will be spoilt all round.
The property comprises garage to the lower ground floor with mezzanine level currently used as a utility area with plumbing and electricity.
To the raised ground floor you have a fully tiled wet room, double bedroom with storage and access out on to the beautiful garden , which includes hot tub which the vendor will be leaving, garden furniture and an out house at the bottom of the garden which includes sink, fridge, lights and a widescreen TV. Ideal for those summer nights with friends over for a bbq or just relaxing in the hot tub watching your favourite film.
Leading up the wooden stairs to the first floor you are greeted with an amazing open space with fully fitted kitchen to the right and access to two private balconies, one to the front and one to the rear.
To the top floor you have another double bedroom, family bathroom and master bedroom with en-suite which also benefits from ample storage to the master.
The history of this location is something truly special and unique and when the street lights reflect on the neighbouring waterside it creates an ambience and sparkle making this place even more magical.
During World War II Surrey Docks had strong links to Scandinavia and the Baltic Region and it housed the Norwegian Government-in-exile. Rotherhithe is home to a Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish Church.
The relationship with Scandinavia and the Baltic is also reflected in the names of some of the buildings (such as the King Frederik IX Tower), the street names (e.g. Finland Street, Sweden Gate, Baltic Quay, Norway Gate, Helsinki Square) or other place names (e.g. Greenland Dock). Another major influence factor was trade with Russia and Canada (mainly timber), reflected in names such as Canada Water and the Russia Dock Woodland.
Offered with no onward chain and sold as seen. Viewings by appointment only.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 October 2016


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