Why you’ll be singing like a canary with this luxury London gem15th December 2016
It can be a challenge to find the right part of London to settle in, particularly with the north / south argument. Which is best? Both have vociferous voices and the endless Clapham versus Crouch End discussion ensues. But an easy way to sidestep that all important compass driven decision (and perhaps put it to bed once and for all) is to step to the side and head east. With the most inviting of contemporary luxury lifestyles, Canary Wharf has much more to offer than its staid north / south counterparts. The majority of the infrastructure has been sympathetically built as modern constructions, integrating innovative design with an impressive city landscape. The result is Canary Wharf’s urbane New York feel with its magnificent, statuesque buildings and angular architectural offerings, but with the quintessential character that only London boasts. Because of its cool compositions created from cutting edge designs, buildings like One Canada Square now blend into the landscape as just one of a cacophony of amazing constructions, so it’s no wonder that people are chomping at the bit to move to here.
LBS has come up with something that will really get the design connoisseurs talking in E14. With its own spa, fitness suite and bar, ‘The Madison’ provides far more than you’d get from your average two bed conversion in SW4. And it’s not just what’s on offer within the development itself. Canary Wharf has numerous bars and restaurants on its doorstep. With buzzing eateries like Gaucho’s and a choice of artisan bakeries, delis and cool bars, it’s no wonder the team at LBS saw the need for a well-equipped gym as part of the many facilities The Madison has to offer. With its high rise structure, you feel on top of world when faced with the impressive vista - even the birds get vertigo when they reach the penthouse.
What property experts like LBS understand is that living in the capital needs to offer three distinct components; luxury, style and accessibility and there’s just no compromise. The beauty about The Madison is that you can scoot into the West End on the jubilee line in a cat’s whisker. And with the underground’s launch of the all night tube service there’s no better time to move east. There’s also easy access to the City and all five of London’s airports - weekend away anyone?
So, while north and south continue to squabble like irritating siblings, why not rise above it all and opt for luxury living in the skies, in one of London’s most sought after locations.Back to listings