Frances Wharf, Burdett Road E14
There aren’t many developments in E14 where you can get a 1336 square foot, three bed with a huge West facing roof terrace, for £485,000. However Frances Wharf on Burdett road offers just that.
The Limehouse Cut runs alongside, giving many of these apartments water views, with a leisurely stroll into Canary Wharf. Despite the convenience of location for business district workers, these spacious flats don’t only appeal to Wharfers; City workers can also enjoy their benefits, with the DLR at Westferry taking them into Bank Station in no time at all.
Of course we realise it shouldn’t be all work and no play, but being on the fringe of what many regard as London`s thriving “East-side scene”, the multitude of popular bars, pubs, markets, music venues, galleries and eateries, brings a whole new focus to this diverse area. One such venue within walking distance is the well regarded Troxy. An attractive 1930`s art deco music venue which has hosted a number of famous and aspiring acts at various stages of their careers.
The East-side scene has also attracted the likes of Britain’s most infamous graffiti artist, the mysterious Banksy. With one of his latest urban canvasses being emblazoned on the side of a building on East India Dock road. The piece reads, “Sorry, the lifestyle you have ordered is currently out of stock”. However, those words couldn’t be further from the truth, because the lifestyle is very much in stock, and its currently at Frances Wharf.
For an exciting selection of apartments, starting from £190,000, call Sebastian at our Docklands office on 020 7791 7000