So named after the former incarnation of the neighbouring Canal Museum as an ice house in the latter part of the 19th Century, Ice Wharf is in the calm setting of Battlebridge Basin belying its central location in the heart of the City.
Offering 25 residential berths on floating pontoons, this premium site is very well located for transport links from Kings Cross, a short walk away, as well as the amenities of nearby Islington and Camden.
The mooring site is located on New Wharf Road in central London. This is a short walk from King's Cross tube and mainline station and is well located for numerous bus and cycle routes.
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Each berth is provided with an electricity supply, water point and telecoms connection. Refuse provision is within the mooring site. The pump out facility is on the main pontoon.
Facilities at the adjacent Battlebridge Moorings, including showers, toilets, laundry and elsan, are available for residents use during daytime hours.
Customers must provide their own suitable connections for services. Use of the phone line is to be arranged by the customer with a telecoms provider. Electricity supply is via smart meters using an online pre-payment system.
There is no dedicated car parking so moorers must make their own arrangements.
The irregular arrangement of finger pontoons along the main walkway means some craft are not moored directly on the pontoon structure.
A limited view of the site can be seen from the towpath opposite, but access to the moorings is by appointment only, arranged with the Moorings Manager.