[This article is sponsored by Jones Lang LaSalle]
Marine Wharf situated in Surrey Quays include a selection of one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments and 4 bedroom townhouses developed by prestigious Berkeley Homes.
Designed to provide the ideal solution to today’s demanding schedules and busy lifestyles. It is ideal for anyone who wants to work, study or live close to the heart of London, still be able to enjoy a calm and relaxing environment with green, landscaped surroundings close to the River Thames.
Residents will be able to enjoy a wide range of development facilities and services including a 24 hour concierge service and a private fitness and leisure suite.
An array of cafés, restaurants and shops, including Tesco Express, will be located on site for residents to enjoy.
The next phase of apartments to be launched will be Baroque Gardens, Cleveley Court and Mary Rose Square with a stunning selection of apartments and townhouses, many of which offer balcony views of the development’s linear park and landscaped courtyards.
Marine Wharf is located in Zone 2 in Surrey Quays close to the banks of the River Thames and benefits from being in an established residential area and yet only minutes away from good Underground (Jubilee line), bus, train and road transport connections into the heart of central London. Close to the development sits a Shopping Centre as well as a number of restaurants, a cinema, a bowling alley, the picturesque South Dock Marina and the Thames riverboat service for direct quick access into Canary Wharf (in only four minutes).
With excellent transport connections to Central London and its superb location, Marine Wharf is also perfectly positioned to take advantage of London’s finest universities, colleges and schools.
International travellers are served by Eurostar trains at King’s Cross St Pancras and London City Airport is just 16 minutes away from Marine Wharf. Both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports can be easily reached by train and the Heathrow journey will be even easier with one direct train from Canary Wharf when Crossrail is expected to be running in 2018.