Lowestoft Mews, Royal Docks, London

1 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | £260,000

  • Top Floor
  • High Ceiling to Reception
  • West Facing Balcony
  • Excellent Storage
  • River and Dock Views
  • Naturally Bright
  • Secure Underground Parking
  • 24 Hour Estate Security Office

FANTASTIC RIVER AND DOCK VIEWS: Set on the top floor of this building within the popular Galleons Point Development in E16, is this excellent one bedroom apartment that features superb ceiling height and outstanding views of the River Thames that stretch towards the Thames Barrier.

The Property
Boasting nearly 600 square feet of internal space, this property is naturally bright thanks to plenty of large windows, a top floor position and favourable westerly aspect to the reception. There are wonderful views from the private balcony, as well as views toward King George V Dock from the bedroom. The property has been excellently maintained throughout, featuring a recently refurbished bathroom and bright, neutral decor. Additional benefits include an excellent level storage, a secure parking space and potential for additional unallocated parking.

The Location
Lowestoft Mews forms part of the popular Galleons Point development that is located between King George V Dock and the River Thames. It is within easy reach of local transport options including King George V and Gallions Reach DLR stations which provide excellent connections to Central London. Several major roads including the A13 and Blackwall Tunnel are also easily accessible. Nearby, there is the well regarded Royal Victoria Gardens, as well as having several water sports available within the local marinas. Extensive local shopping can be found at the Gallions Reach Shopping Park.

Our View
This delightful apartment would suit a range of occupiers and would be ideal for renters and owner-occupiers alike. It is offered in excellent condition, meaning there would be little for a new occupier to do, with a layout that would suit modern lifestyles. The local area is the site of major regeneration including the much publicised Elizabeth Line, as well as the ABP development, meaning there is also a strong investment angle too.

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