Kitchen Units: Units by Manhattan including:
Appliances: By Zanussi including:
Roca «Laura» range including:
Brassware: Bristan chrome plated brassware including:
Central mechanical extract system by Airflow/Titon with extract points in kitchen, bathroom and ensuite, humidity controls and bypass
Explorers Wharf is a car-free development. Purchasers will NOT be eligible to apply for a Residents Parking Permit from the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. Residents will also NOT be eligible to buy a contract to park within any car park owned, controlled or licensed by the Council.
Explorers Wharf brings you clean lined, contemporary apartments designed around attractive landscape gardens and walkways, adjacent to Limehouse Cut, London’s oldest canal. Designed for relaxing but also for those days when you choose to work from home, these light filled apartments impress with the attention to detail.
An exciting selection of 2 & 3 bedroom apartments with on-site concierge, available for Shared Ownership.
A short hop to the City but full of its own East End character, Limehouse is one of London’s most historic neighbourhoods. Overlooking the Limehouse Cut canal, Explorers Wharf sits at the heart of it all!
Around your new home you’ll find an eclectic and welcoming neighbourhood. Take a walk around York Square Conservation Area before heading to the picturesque Narrow Street. Here you’ll find charming Georgian Terraces, famous pubs and restaurants.
If you need to unwind then why not have a run past the boats and birdlife on the Regents Canal, or a bike ride on the Limehouse Cut all the way to the Olympic Park.
Beside an elegant Georgian terrace is The Grapes, owned by one of Limehouse’s many artistic residents, actor Sir Ian McKellen. Along the riverside you’ll find Gordon Ramsay’s The Narrow, with a modern British menu and views from a wide-open terrace. There is also a good selection of local favourites tucked away like La Figa, serving Italian classics with a focus on seafood.
Perhaps the perfect local, The Old Ship is an independently run pub known for its cabaret nights and cream teas. Or meet a younger East London crowd at the Craft Beer Co. before checking the programme at live music venue The Troxy. The Grade II listed Art Deco interiors are as impressive as the line up. As are those at Genesis, your local art house cinema on the site of a 19th Century music hall. Then there are galleries like Armando Seijo which add to the artistic vibe.
With dockside Michelin-star restaurants, famous steak houses and refined Japanese eateries beside premier shopping squares, Canary Wharf will keep you coming back for more. Attractive gardens offering yoga classes and riverside boardwalks all make for a relaxing day out.
Bringing you the best of London is nearby Westfield Stratford with big name stores and a wide range of restaurants. For weekend adventures, the boutiques of Soho and the premium stores of Oxford Street are also only a short tube ride away. As is King’s Cross, that has become one of the capital’s new destinations. The cobbled streets and brick arches of the old industrial warehouses of Coal Drops Yard are now home to some of London’s most renowned independent stores and restaurants.Disclaimer
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