- Prestigious Development
- Four Bedrooms
- Master Bedroom with En-suite
- Fully Fitted Kitchen
- Stylish Family Bathroom
- Secure Parking
- Excellent Transport Links
- Close to Local Amenities
- Available Fully Furnished
DPR proudly offers a rare opportunity to rent this beautiful and spacious four bedroom apartment in Goodhart Place. The property benefits from a large bright reception room with plenty of space to entertain. The apartment further benefits from four bedrooms, a spacious open plan and fully fitted kitchen, large double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, stylish family bathroom, additional WC and wash basin, a secure parking space and private garage.
Goodhart Place is a private gated development located on the Southern edge of the Limehouse Basin. Set around a communal terrace/garden area, the development has an on-site day porter, and is well regarded in the local area.
Limehouse DLR is a short walk across the basin, taking you into the city (bank), Canary Wharf, and various other routes, including Stratford International, Royal Greenwich, and London City Airport. You can also pick up the C2C, taking you into Fenchurch Street or the Essex Coast.
Narrow Street is a short stroll away, giving you access to the popular gastro pubs such as Gordon Ramseys "The Narrow", and "The Grapes", which is part owned by Sir Ian McKellen.
Goodhart Place was the first residential development to be built on the Limehouse Basin. Developed by Limehouse Developments in 1987, it is located on the south side of the basin and consists of 75 one, two, and three bedroom apartments and 3 storey town houses often with larger than average accommodation.
The properties are arranged around a private garden with a gated perimeter and benefit from a daytime concierge and secure parking spaces and garages. Located on the south side, the apartments have a range of aspects overlooking the basin, Limehouse Lock or partial views of the River Thames.
The Limehouse Basin was originally built by the Regents Canal Company and opened in 1820. The Regents Canal provided a direct link between the River Thames and the Midlands and the main purpose of the basin was to provide facilities to off-load large cargoes arriving into the Thames via the Estuary which in turn would be transported up the canal networks.
Today, Limehouse DLR is moments away providing links into Canary Wharf, Bank or Tower Gateway as the C2C which has routes into the City (Fenchurch Street) or the Essex coast.