- 150 year lease from 1995
- Substantial lateral warehouse conversion with a stylish and beautifully presented interior
- Exposed brick walls, ceiling beams and wood floors
- Excellent natural light from an abundance of original industrial windows
- Comprehensively fitted and equipped equipped kitchen
- Excellent storage space
- No onward chain
- Third floor of this prominent building on Bermondsey Street
- Wonderful example of an industrial conversion
- Two superbly appointed bathrooms (one en-suite)
The fabulous interior is a wonderful example of an industrial conversion, synonymous with the Bermondsey Street area and with an abundance of period features such as exposed brick walls, ceiling beams and original industrial windows providing excellent natural light. Accessible from the inner courtyard entrance, stairs and a lift rise to the third floor and the wide welcoming entrance hall with an array of fitted bookshelves leads through double doors in to the wonderfully spacious living space, flooded with natural light from the original industrial windows. The carefully planned living area includes a dining area again lit from the side windows and leads seamlessly to the sizeable kitchen fitted with an extensively range of white high gloss units with central island and ample granite work surfaces. There is excellent storage.
The stunning bedroom accommodation includes two superb double bedrooms each with exposed brick work, fitted double wardrobes and lit from original windows. The main bedroom leads through to the adjacent dressing room with spacious en-suite shower room. Across the hall is the luxurious main bathroom with double width shower and apron bath.
Gemini House is a striking former warehouse and situated at the southern end of Bermondsey Street now locally known as Bermondsey Village, synonymous with an ever growing international food scene. The excellent array of restaurants includes Jose's Tapas bar and Pizarro restaurant, Angela Hartnett's Café Murano, Casse-Croute, Baccala and a host of others to suit every taste. The street is known for its eclectic mix of boutiques, gastro pubs and bars, and also the home of the renowned White Cube Art Gallery. Nearby Bermondsey Square has the weekly antiques market. The City is accessible by walking over Tower Bridge. London Bridge station provides Northern and Jubilee Underground lines, plus London over ground trains.ith its eclectic mix of coffee shops, boutiques, bars, restaurants and art galleries. Tanner Street Park includes tennis courts. Bermondsey Square has the weekly antiques market and Independent cinema. The City is accessible by walking over either London Bridge or Tower Bridge. London Bridge station (Overground, National Rail, Jubilee and Northern lines) is within easy reach, as is London Bridge City Pier offering a TFL River Bus service.