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Dockland Apartments, Docklands, London

Dockland Apartments
17 Western Gateway
Docklands
London

E16 1AQ | View map

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Wharf Views Docklands apartments are part of a new luxury development of waterfront apartments and penthouses in the Royal Docks near the world class ExCel conference and exhibition centre. Set within a stunning waterfront environment in the dynamic and thriving Docklands, with uninterrupted views of Canary Wharf, 02 Arena and further afield into central London. Within metres of Royal Victoria DLR Station, Wharf Views Dockland apartments are perfectly located to get the best out of London, enjoying journey times of just seven minutes to Canary Wharf and fifteen minutes to London Bridge.

The three stunning apartments enjoy a superb specification including designer fitted kitchens (with stainless steel oven, hob and hood plus fully integrated fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher), spacious living/dining area, en-suite facilities and terraces/balconies. Contemporary design combines seamlessly with a dockside location to bring you the excellent Wharf View Dockland apartments.

The apartments have access to a fully equipped gymnasium while security is maintained throughout with a 24-hour concierge and an audio entry system. In the immediate area around Wharf View apartments there are wine bars, cafes and restaurants. Within the development itself there is a small selection of day stores, cafes or eateries that have a real Mediterranean atmosphere, with everyone out enjoying the sun, having coffee or a beer beside the water, watching people watching people.

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