DescriptionA fantastic one double bedroom luxury apartment with a private balcony, set in the sought-after Maple Quays development.
The property is situated on the 2nd floor and offers 517sq ft (48 sq m) of living space and features a private balcony, residents gymnasium and 24 hour concierge service.
For things to do locally you've Surrey Docks Fitness and Watersports Centre close by. There's also the main shopping centre at Surrey Quays with a Decathlon, Cinema Complex and don't forget the trendy Hawker House by Streetfeast which is huge and where you can grab food and drinks in a buzzing environment. For drinks check out the Fourpure Brewing Co at Rotherhithe New Road or the brilliant Brunel Museum at Railway Avenue.
For green spaces check out the wonderful Southwark Park. Southwark Park, opened in 1869, was one of the first parks created by London's Metropolitan Board of Works, the first London wide public government authority, created in 1855. Given its date, the dominant tree is the plane tree, which was popular at the time, and the park has a bandstand dating from 1884, a wildlife and boating lake from 1885, wildlife areas and an Old English Cottage Garden opened in 1936 (now called the Ada Salter Rose Garden). New discrete buildings house an art gallery, café, and toilets. There are a variety of different areas to enjoy, including tennis courts, athletics track and sports pitches.
Canada Water Station is a few metres away (Jubilee Line & London Overground, Zone 2) and you can also get the Overground Service to Highbury & Islington here. The River Bus services from Greenland Pier (about 15 minutes walk away) offers an alternative way of commuting to both The City and Canary Wharf.
The Canada Water Masterplan will bring exciting developments to the area. The whole project will positively impact the area and includes the first new high street in London for over 100 years!
Council tax band Band D Southwark £1,594.54 annually