Looking to own a rare piece of East London history? This three bedroom freehold warehouse conversion located on the River Thames dates back to 1878 and ticks all the boxes. Grade II listed, this vast warehouse c.3351 sq ft was previously used to house straw, hay and even juniper berries for gin making. A blank canvas for those looking to put their own stamp on their new home the property currently comprises three kingsize bedrooms, two bathrooms, open plan kitchen dining area, separate lounge and large integrated garage. There could be potential to add a terrace, subject to the necessary planning permissions. Backing on to the Limehouse Cut, you have views of the River Thames and tranquil sounds of the water lapping against the pebbled shore.
Located on the sought after, historic Narrow Street, this charming home offers excellent transport into the City and further afield with Westferry DLR station and Limehouse Station for National Rail both within walking distance. Canary Wharf is less than a 15 minute walk away for its abundance of shops, bars and restaurants, not to mention the Jubilee Line, Thames Clipper and soon to complete Crossrail. Close by are the popular riverside eateries; The Grapes pub and Gordon Ramsey’s The Narrow as well as Virgin Active’s luxurious Canary Riverside gym.