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Situated between the world-famous town of Greenwich and the vibrant and bustling world of Canary Wharf, Burrells Wharf prides itself on being in the heart of one of the most exciting and dynamic areas of London. Referred to commonly as the Docklands, the surrounding area offers a unique balance of historic and modern experiences. With nearby attractions ranging from Greenwich's Royal Naval College and Observatory, to the world's newest and most popular music venue, the O2, it has quickly become one of the most highly sought after areas to live in London.

Travel and Accessibility

Travel to and from Burrells Wharf could not be easier, due to the unrivalled number of transport links in close proximity. With bus stops on the doorstep and Docklands Light Railway stations within 5 minutes walk away, travel to nearby Canary Wharf and its wealth of shops, restaurants and bars is a convenient 10 minute trip. Whilst the DLR itself offers a direct route to Bank Station and all its overland train connections, a quick change onto the Jubilee Line at Canary Wharf will take you to the heart of London's shopping and theatre districts within 20 minutes.

Thames Clipper

For a more scenic way to travel, the Thames Clipper riverboat service offers a luxurious but affordable commute to central London. With Masthouse pier only 100 metres away from Burrells Wharf itself, it is by far the quickest and most convenient way to travel, and despite becomingly increasing popular, still remains one of the best travel secrets in the city!

Overseas Travel

The ease of travel is by no means limited to London itself; with London City Airport a short DLR trip away, even mainland Europe is within easy reach, making Burrells Wharf the perfect base for commuters who frequently travel abroad for business.

Estate Office

Estate Office,
Burrells Wharf Square,
Email Contacts
Phone: 020 7538 2581

c/o Fairweather Stephenson & Co
Old Bank Chambers
51 High St, Leiston,
Suffolk IP16 4EL