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Flat for Sale in Cole Street, SE1

2 Bedroom Flat

£1,750,000 Leasehold

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The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.

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Summary

2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 1 Reception
  • 1368.00 sq ft
  • Spectacular two bedroom duplex penthouse
  • Top two floors of former hop warehouse
  • Quiet street close to Trinity Church Square
  • Stylish interior of almost 1,370 square feet
  • Spacious living area with tall pitched ceiling
  • Abundance of period features
  • Bulthaup B3 fitted kitchen
  • Main bedroom and bathroom
  • Second bedroom and shower room opposite
  • Private roof garden with City views
  • Leasehold

Description

A spectacular two bedroom duplex penthouse within this former hop warehouse, with the benefit of a private roof garden. Located on a quiet street adjacent to historic Trinity Church Square.
One of only 4 units in the building, the apartment's striking and generously sized interior has an abundance of features from its industrial heritage such as exposed brickwork, ceiling beams and polished original wood floors. The sizeable 'L' shaped living area has a tall Cathedral style pitched ceiling with exposed beams, and is flooded with natural light from triple aspect windows and south facing concertina floor to ceiling doors. The fully fitted and equipped kitchen has an extensive range of Bulthaup B3 fitted units which include a large island work surface. The contemporary style of the kitchen blends superbly with the industrial heritage with original warehouse loading doors, exposed brickwork, and original floorboards. Accessible from the entrance hall is the second double bedroom again with original floors, exposed brickwork, and double aspect industrial windows. Located opposite is a luxurious shower room, almost creating a self-contained guest suite.

The upper floor leads to the impressive main bedroom with a pitched ceiling and exposed beams, excellent built-in storage and a superbly appointed large en suite bathroom. There is also a wealth of storage easily accessed in the eaves. From the bedroom is a delightfully arranged roof garden with views towards The City, The Shard and London Eye. The roof garden is also conveniently accessible from the communal stairs.

Cole Street is a quiet tree lined residential street within the Trinity Village conservation area originally developed in the early 19th Century. The buildings included houses (now only 18-24 remain), a warehouse, which was originally used for hops and then by Wallins tin box factory (now flats at 26 & 28 Cole Street) and a chapel (now flats at 26 Cole Street). Between Cole Street and the north side of Trinity Church Square there were stables (now Horsemongers Mews). Borough tube station (Northern Line) and London Bridge station (Northern and Jubilee Underground lines plus over ground trains) are within easy reach. The renowned food market of Borough Market is also within a few minutes' walk as are the Globe Theatre & The Tate Modern on the South Bank. The fashionable and vibrant Bermondsey Street is also close by 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 Kino independent cinema.