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1 Bedroom Apartment at London Square Canada Water , 24-28 Quebec Way, Canada Water, SE16 7LF

£530,000

Property Description

Key features

  • One bedroom apartment at London Square Canada Water
  • Spacious open plan kitchen/living/dining areas ideal for entertaining
  • Designed to a high specification throughout
  • The luxury of a concierge service
  • Just a short walk to Canada Water station
  • Central location
  • Trendy neighbourhood offering a range of fine restaurants and amenities

Full description

Now Over 80% Sold at London Square Canada Water

Located on the third floor, this stunning open plan one bedroom apartment spans over 539 sq ft of open plan accommodation at the exclusive London Square Canada Water development.

The spacious, open plan kitchen is sleek and modern complete with a Siemens ceramic hob, fridge freezer and a fully integrated dishwasher. The kitchen also benefits from composite stone worktops and a handle-less design with soft close hinges in addition to the hardwood floors and underfloor heating throughout the open kitchen/living/dining area.

This apartment features a generously sized master bedroom with duel aspect views, a fitted wardrobe and complete with carpeted floors and beautiful floor to ceiling windows. The bathroom features a large bath as well as bespoke fittings.

There is lots of storage space available, with two storage cupboards in the hallway as well as a service cupboard with a washer/dryer included.

Canada Water

Canada Water came to prominence in the 1980s and the 1990s, and it has now entered an exciting second phase of regeneration. A thriving new urban centre is being created, with more shops, public areas, homes and leisure spaces, including the new library and cultural centre. The prestigious King's College London has also decided on Canada Water for a new campus.
However, Canada Water retains the qualities that have made it something of an undiscovered gem. In contrast to Canary Wharf, it has a quieter, greener, more relaxed feel, offering peaceful waterfronts along the docks and canals, and a surprising amount of parkland. You can sail or windsurf on Greenland Dock, get close to nature in Russia Woodland Dock, or take in panoramic views from Stave Hill Ecological Park.

Transport links are excellent and set to get better still. Canada Water is just one stop from the Crossrail interchange at Canary Wharf, and will certainly share in the uplift effect that Crossrail is bringing to all the areas on its route. Canary Wharf can be reached on the Jubilee Line in 2 minutes*, Bond Street in 13 minutes*. Life will also get easier for pedestrians and cyclists if the proposed Rotherhithe Bridge goes ahead linking Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf and easing pressure on the tube links.

Dining Out

London's dining scene caters for every imaginable taste and occasion, as reflected in the options around London Square Canada Water. There are some traditional pubs serving well-reviewed food: for example, Old Salt Quay in Rotherhithe, and The Mayflower. Around Greenland Dock, there's The Ship and Whale pub and local gem Café East, a Vietnamese canteen famed for its pho, or noodle soup. Leadbelly's Bar & Kitchen is a new arrival on Surrey Quays Road, and a little further along the road, there's a branch of New York-Italian restaurant Frankie and Benny's. It's around the clock dining destination, from breakfast and brunch at modern and friendly Canada Water Café, to the Friday and Saturday night street food and music celebration at Street Feast Hawker House.

Canary Wharf, just one stop away by the Jubilee Line, provides endless possibilities. There are hundreds of restaurants and bars around the iconic tower, in Crossrail Place, and along the waterside. Some specialise in sophisticated European cuisine, ideal for smart dinner and business lunches, while others offer dishes and street food. Pasta, pizza, snacks and coffee are all on offer, while drinking spots range from glamorous high-rise cocktail bars to cosy waterside pubs.

Shopping

There's plenty of retail therapy very close to Canada Water, all easily accessible by tube. In Canary Wharf, you'll find luxury and mid-market fashion to rival the West End, including LK Bennett, Tiffany, Paul Smith, Reiss, Hobbs and Jaeger, as well as large branches of Marks & Spencer and Waitrose. Hairdressers, opticians, banks and other services are also located here. Cabot Place is the original shopping mall which has recently been joined by Crossrail Place to give shoppers, even more, to choose from.

Westfield Stratford can be reached almost as quickly, extending your choices with over 350 shops in every category, and John Lewis and Marks & Spencer as the anchor stores. In contrast, the boutique and independent shops of Greenwich are perfect for seeking out unique accessories, designer fashion, rare records or artisan foods, and its market is famous for antiques, crafts and design.

For your everyday essentials, you'll go to Surrey Quays Shopping Centre. Sainsbury's Local, next to the station, is also handy for last minute purchases on your way home.

Local Culture

Anyone curious about culture finds ends inspiration in London. Its theatre scene, museums and galleries, and music venues ranging from opera houses to rock stadiums have given it a well-deserved reputation for arts and entertainment.

Much of the culture local to London Square Canada Water reflects the area's maritime heritage. The Brunel Museum celebrates the engineering supremo who connected this part of London to the north side of the Thames with the Thames Tunnel. Over the river, Maritime Greenwich is a stunning collection of buildings and a beautiful park, which draw visitors on a global scale. The Royal Observatory and Prime Meridian, the Queen's House, the Old Royal Naval College and its magnificent Painted Hall, and the now-restored Cutty Sark make Greenwich absolutely unique.
Canada Water had its own cultural/entertainment spaces. The new Printworks has six vast multipurpose event spaces for music and arts and a capacity for 6,000. Canada Water Culture Space, smaller with 150 seats, has an amazing programme of dance, comedy, children's events, thought-provoking drama and poetry.

In North Greenwich, The O2,4 minutes* by Jubilee Line, is one of Europe's leading entertainment arenas where megastar names regularly take to the stage. The centre also comprises a cinema, nightclubs, restaurants, bars and Brooklyn Bowl: it's a true cultural icon.

Exterior computer-generated images depict London Square Canada Water exterior and are indicative only. Photography depicts the one bedroom Show Apartment at London Square Canada Water and are indicative only. Travel times sources from www.tfl.gov.uk. *Choice dependent on the stage of construction. Details and prices are correct at time of distribution, April 2018.


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
16 January 2018

Nearest stations

  • Surrey Quays (0.4 mi)
  • Canada Water (0.4 mi)
  • Rotherhithe (0.6 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Surrey Quays (0.4 mi)
  • Canada Water (0.4 mi)
  • Rotherhithe (0.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

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24-28 Quebec Way, Canada Water, SE16 7LF

03339 872521 Local call rate

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