Property of the week: A piece of London’s industrial legacy

June 28, 2019
London’s industrial legacy

Formally used by a Scottish wine and spirit merchant, this 19th-century warehouse has been transformed into a versatile living space.

Dunbar Wharf is located on the famous Narrow Street in East London and runs parallel to the River Thames. Just a short walk to Canary Wharf, this street is described as peaceful (that of course according to city life standards).


River Thames- Warehouse
Original Crittall windows & timber loading door provide river view (Unique Property Company)


The Grade II listed building, from the outside, looks mostly untouched. It is said that the owners tried their hardest to preserve the integrity and history of the property.

This follows through inside with many original features, including exposed timber, brickwork, iron and steel, being retained.


warehouse machines
Machinery offering insight into distribution past (Unique Property Company)


Dotted throughout the house are several pieces of warehouse equipment and machinery, reminding us of its successful trading days.


Kitchen- Warehosue
Open plan kitchen and living area on ground floor (Unique Property Company)


Spread over three floors the property offers multipurpose living areas including a modern open plan family kitchen, two bedrooms and three bathrooms.


Living area- Warehouse
Original features including wooden beams throughout the house (Unique Property Company)


The most fascinating thing about this property is the uncommon private double door garage – previously used as the old loading dock! This is accessed from the street or through the entrance hall.


This one of a kind property is on the market for a guide price of £2,950,000 via Unique Property Company.


Image credit: Unique Property Company 


Zynab Sandhu