Who doesn’t love a water feature? You can sit alongside and enjoy the ambient cooling, strip off for some serious action, or just enjoy watching the play of light on water.
This two-bedroom apartment, part of a popular development in the centre of Twickenham, is well placed for some after-work fountain enjoyment. It also has two balconies, allocated underground parking and a concierge service.
The apartment in Wharf House is for sale with Featherstone Leigh (www.featherstoneleigh.co.uk) at a guide price of £599,950.
Fountain of knowledge
The cost of sightseeing in London can soon mount up, but you can take a break and cool off at these fountains for free. Just remember to bring a towel…
Back for another summer, this installation by Jeppe Hein will keep you guessing as walls of water appear and disappear.
Southbank Centre SE1
Make a splash
At Granary Square, 1,080 choreographed jets create a watery playground in the city centre. A great place to enjoy a midday picnic.
Granary Square, King’s Cross N1C
More is more
Water features play a central role in the public spaces around City Hall, with ‘water benches’, the Rill and 200 water jets to play in.
More London SE1
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