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Flat Sold in Bridgewalk Heights, Weston Street, SE1

2 Bedroom Flat

£995,000 Share of Freehold

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Summary

2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Receptions
  • 1174.00 sq ft
  • Conveniently located close to London Bridge station
  • Superbly presented interior on two levels
  • Stunning living space with double height ceiling
  • Stylish fully fitted and equipped kitchen
  • Two shower rooms (one en-suite)
  • Secure allocated parking space
  • Balcony with views of the Shard
  • No Onward chain

Description

A beautifully presented and extensively refurbished two double bedroom apartment on the top two floors of this popular modern development with secure off street parking space and balcony. Situated between London Bridge Station and vibrant Bermondsey Street.
On the third floor of this popular modern development, the interior has been meticulously refurbished by the owners and is now beautifully presented with generous living space including a custom made oak staircase rising to the mezzanine level with kitchen/dining room which extends to over 30 feet in length. The wooden flooring extends through all the living space, and off the sitting room and through glass doors is the separate study ideal for those working from home. The living area has a double height ceiling giving a wonderful feel of space and light, with double doors opening to the private balcony with a view of The Shard. The kitchen is fully fitted and equipped with hand painted units and the dining area is a great entertaining space. Both the bedrooms are double rooms, and both the en suite shower room and main bathrooms are superbly appointed.

Standing opposite the open space of Guy Street Park the apartment is ideally located in the heart of this vibrant area with Borough Market, London Bridge and The Shard all on the doorstep. Bermondsey Street, locally known as Bermondsey Village, is now synonymous with an ever growing international food scene with an excellent array of restaurants, including 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 and Kino independent cinema. The City is accessible by walking over Tower Bridge. London Bridge station provides Northern and Jubilee Underground lines, plus London over ground trains.