Studio apartment for saleJohn Cabot House, Royal Wharf, London, E16
Kingsley Hamilton Estates is delighted to present this fabulous, off-plan suite apartment for sale in John Cabot House, part of the Royal Wharf development.
Royal Wharf, a joint venture by The Ballymore Group and Singapore-based Oxley Holdings Ltd, is an exciting new-build site comprising 12 acres of mixed-use development. While much of the development along the Thames is only skin-deep, the plans for Royal Wharf go much further. The developers have broken convention by adopting old-fashioned design principles to create a community thats centred on a mix of apartments and townhouses, allowing for a much broader tenure.
Completion= Q2 2019
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