A two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in the desirable and sought after development of Sugar Quay situated next to the River Thames and opposite the Shard.
Letting Type: Long term
The light and sleek finish of this two-bedroom apartment create a calming space to call home. From the private balcony to the cosy window seats in the bedrooms, this Sugar Quay apartment is homely yet stylish and makes great use of the space available. The modern kitchen and open plan living area mean it is perfect for hosting and entertaining and the built-in wardrobes in both bedrooms ensure there is plenty of space to store all your belongings.
We have made a walkthrough video tour to show you this fabulous home. You can watch this in the gallery above so you can get a real feel for the apartment. We would love to be able to show you around in person and if you have any questions about this property, please do not hesitate to call us.
Sugar Quay is a stunningly rendered development right on the river in the City of London. Close to Tower Bridge and an array of high-class shops, cafes and restaurants, this is a genuine hot-spot right in the cultural epicentre of the capital.
Residents of Sugar Quay have access to The Barbican Centre, St Paul's Cathedral and the Museum of London, plus an abundance of parks and greenspaces, including the iconic Sky Garden, which provides awe-inspiring views across the horizon.
The local area is also home to a range of world-class restaurants, including the Michelin starred Club Gascon, La Dame de Pic and City Social, each the cream of London’s world-beating culinary scene.
With so much to see and do, Sugar Quay provides a quiet, welcoming environment away from all the city has to offer, keeping its residents happy, healthy and energised with a range of outstanding, five-star facilities. Featuring a 20m swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam-room and gym, the emphasis at Sugar Quay is on wellness and vitality, all year round. A 24hr concierge service means giving you the freedom to concentrate on what’s most important, whilst exceptional transport links ensure getting in and around London couldn’t be easier. In effect, the height of modern, sophisticated living in a truly historic part of town.