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3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 3 Receptions
  • 1738.00 sq ft
  • Grade II listed and believed to date from 1720's
  • In the heart of Bermondsey Street
  • Interior of immense character spanning three floors
  • West facing roof garden
  • Exposed timbers
  • Freehold


A substantial Grade II listed early Georgian house, dating from the1720s, situated in the heart of Bermondsey Village with a beautifully restored interior of immense character spanning three floors and complimented by a west facing roof garden
One of only a few freehold houses on Bermondsey Street, the property has a wealth of period features characteristic of the 18th Century. The generous living space is on the first floor with a study/library at the front and an impressive kitchen and dining room at the rear both of which have an abundance of exposed timbers and oak flooring, providing wonderful entertaining space. The kitchen/dining room continues through to the sitting room with pitched ceiling, exposed ceiling timbers and double doors leading out to the west facing roof garden.

The second floor continues with a wealth of original features and provides a master bedroom suite with shower room, and the family bathroom features a magnificent free standing Victorian bath. The third floor provides a further 2 bedrooms one of which has an ingenious staircase concealed in the built shelving and leads to the mezzanine in the loft ideal as a sleeping area.

The property is being sold is a residential freehold house. The house comprises the whole of the upper part with its own entrance door and lobby leading to stairs to the first floor and the remainder of the house. The ground floor commercial unit is to be let on a 999 year lease at a peppercorn ground rent.

The house is situated at the northern end of the fashionable Bermondsey Street, with its eclectic mix of boutiques, gastro pubs, bars, restaurants is also the home of the renowned White Cube Art Gallery. Nearby Bermondsey Square has the weekly antiques market and is home of the Shortwave independent cinema. The City is accessible by walking over Tower Bridge. London Bridge station provides Northern and Jubilee Underground lines, plus Overground trains. There is also a River Bus service available from London Bridge City Pier.