We hope this information will be of some general use
in your decision to purchase or to sell at Elm Quay Court.

Please note before you  proceed please download the
following information / questionnaires or  contact
our Managing Agent who will let you
know what is required by Elm Quay Court Management
and Freehold.

 

Please print off the relavant pdf’s and forward a
completed copy to:
Crabtree Property Management

Central London Office
Warwick House
25-27 Buckingham Palace Road
London SW1W 0PP

Tel: 0208 371 7070
Email: Comms@crabtreeproperty.co.uk
www.crabtreeproperty.co.uk

Head Office
Marlborough House
298 Regents Park Road,
London N3 2UU

Elm Quay Court is a development built in 1986 by
Regalion Properties. The red brick traditional built block
occupies a prime waterfront position on what is now being
called  Nine Elms on the Southbank.

Both Elm Quay and Riverside Court has benefited from
the enormous increase in property prices due to the
imminent developments reaching skywards on
Nine Elms  Lane.

The new American Embassy is opposite, Riverlight to our left
and the magnificent Tower at St Georges to our right.

We have 75 apartments.
All are  freehold and we have a management committee of owners who give up their valuable time to meet regularly to help administer new plans and refurbishment ideas to keep Elm Quay Court looking splendid for today and the future.

The three blocks  are  made up of one , two and three bedroom apartments, several duplex’s and penthouses.

We have unparalleled views both to the East and the City, also to the West and Chelsea bridge.

There is a large secure underground garage and attached to it is the Gymnasium, sauna and 47′ heated swimming pool.

We are a community as many of the residents have lived her over 25 years and for many it is their London or second home.
Convenient for London Life.

For many years “South of the River” has been the brunt of many jokes but is a wonderful place to life, river life is always flowing, through  our great city of London and the river Thames is its arteries.