Palace Wharf, Rainville Road, LondonPalace Wharf, London

£2,903 pcm

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Property Features

  • Ref: 1001_RL1550
  • Type: Flat / Apartment
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Furnished: Furnished
  • Deposit: £3,350
  • Available: Now
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Property Summary

An exclusive loft apartment located in a converted warehouse development on the River Thames.

This immaculate, interior designed, ground floor one bedroom apartment within this newly converted, warehouse style, gated development on the River Thames is not to be missed.

Office Details

Allen Goldstein
104 Cromer Street
Kingscross
London
WC1H 8BZ

Full Details

An exclusive loft apartment located in a converted warehouse development on the River Thames.

This immaculate, interior designed, ground floor one bedroom apartment within this newly converted, warehouse style, gated development on the River Thames is not to be missed.

The apartment boasts one double bedroom, a fully fitted Metris Kitchen with Miele appliances including an integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge freezer and a Caple wine cooler, high specification bathroom comprising full bathroom suite with underfloor heating, reception room with access via Crittall doors onto a small patio.

Further benefits of the apartment include a Smart Home system, high ceilings, feature windows, CCTV, Door entry system,

With its riverside location, Palace Wharf is also conveniently close to a number of transport links including Hammersmith Overground and Underground Station, Barons Court, Putney Bridge and Fulham Broadway Underground Stations, along with several regular and varied bus services which further improve accessibility.

Palace Wharf was built in 1907, replacing a malt house. An extension facing Rainville Road was added in 1933. For many years the wharf was the Rathbone Works of fibrous plaster firm, George Jackson & Sons, founded in Rathbone Place off Oxford Street in the early 19th century. Jacksons made the new plasterwork for Hammersmiths rebuilt Lyric Theatre. Prior to the Second World War, Jackson's moved from their original home in the West End to Hammersmith, keeping the Rathbone name for their spacious new premises.