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Cable Street - Tower Hill, E1


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Property Overview

LudlowThompson are delighted to present to the market this spacious two bedroom apartment, ideal for first-time buyers and investors alike, set within a well-maintained ex-local authority development. Conveniently located within close reach of The City, Canary Wharf and the amenities of Wapping/Whitechapel, this thoughtfully designed flat set on the ground floor benefits from its own private access and comprises a large entrance hallway, housing separate kitchen with direct access to the private terrace, separate reception, separate WC, family bathroom and two double bedrooms. Ample storage cupboard can be seen throughout. For those looking to add value, the property could happily be converted into a 3 bedroom apartment. The location of the property is in a much sought-after area, surrounded by parks and gardens, ideal for those looking for easy access to The City or the lively vibe of Shoreditch and Brick Lane. Shadwell Overground & DLR, Tower Hill Underground, Tower Gateway DLR, and Fenchurch Street, National Rail are all within a short walking distance and provide great transport links to all parts of London and beyond. Local bus services and lots of TFL bike stations make traveling in and around the area super easy. St Katherines Dock with its wide range of waterside bars, restaurants, and entertainment is just around the corner. There is a good choice of local independent shops and businesses and both Waitrose and Sainsbury are within a five to ten minute walk. For those who like a little art and culture, the little gem that is Wiltons Music Hall is just moments away or maybe you would prefer to take a short stroll and enjoy the unique atmosphere of Wapping with its historic riverside inns, a network of waterways, and charming cobbled streets. It’s also worth noting that the property is just a few hundred yards away from Royal Mint Court a property in East Smithfield, in London's East End, close to the City of London financial district. The site was the home of the Royal Mint from 1809 until 1967 and was earlier the site of a Cistercian abbey, built-in 1348 and known in its time as Eastminster. Eastminster's foundations are well preserved and visible in the partially open basement of the site. Planning permission has been granted for the New Chinese Embassy to be built on the site, which will make the area extremely attractive to shrewd investors. Viewings come highly recommended. For appointments, please call the City & Docklands team on 020 7480 0170.

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