TENURE: Share of Freehold
A truly unique 1047 sq/ft Victorian pub conversion which oozes character, backs on to Southwark Park and is in a brilliant location for both Canada Water tube and Surrey Quays tube.
The property boasts a large open plan kitchen reception room, with plenty of space for a dining area or a home office, a down stairs shower room with glass mosaic tiles and a separate utility room. On the mezzanine there is a good sized lounge area, perfect for entertaining and upstairs is the master bedroom complete with en-suite and walk in wardrobe.
The apartment is surprisingly quiet and bright and has character features, including reclaimed parquet flooring rescued from a school, resin floors in the en-suite, sash windows and upholstered panelling. The property also offers private CCTV, access to a south facing communal garden, an allocated parking space, bike storage and comes with a share of the freehold. It has also been upgraded to hyperoptic hyperfast broadband.
Prince of Orange Court is an old early Victorian pub which was named after the heir to the Dutch throne, William, the Prince of Orange (6 December 1792 – 17 March 1849) who became King William II of the Netherlands in 1840. The Prince of Orange pub was opened in 1859 as a beer house, which much later became well known in the mid 1970s and 80s for being a popular live jazz venue, and was then converted into flats in the 2000’s.
Ideally located next to Southwark Park, the property is within easy reach of Surrey Quays shopping centre and riverside pubs while Canada Water Station is within a short walking distance for the Jubilee Line and London Overground. This location is perfect for commuting to Canary Wharf or The City and with The Canada Water Masterplan, a £3bn regeneration partnership between British Land and Southwark Council, it makes this property a sound investment for the future.
1047 Sq Feet
Plenty Of Storage
Lots Of Character
Share Of Freehold- 106 Years
Service Charge- £3500 Pa