- 2650.00 sq ft
- Substantial lateral warehouse conversion
- Prominent and notable building on Bermondsey Street
- Available for the first time in 20 years
- Third Floor
- Stylish living space
- Featured in ‘Lofts of London’ publication
- 125 year lease
The fabulous interior is a wonderful example of an industrial conversion, synonymous with the Bermondsey Street area and as such was featured in the "Lofts of London" published in 2001. With an abundance of period features such as exposed brick walls, ceiling beams and original industrial windows providing excellent natural light, the interior is incredibly flexible and can be configured to suit any preference. Accessible from the inner courtyard entrance, stairs and a lift rise to the third floor and once past the entrance hall, the full depth of the interior becomes apparent with an open view continuing through to the windows fronting to Bermondsey Street a distance of almost 80ft. The carefully planned interior begins with the sizeable kitchen/ dining area of just over 40ft in length. The kitchen area is fitted with units and ample worksurfaces, a good amount of storage and is fully equipped. There is lovely natural light from a series of wide original windows, opposite a full wall of wood panels that cleverly disguise walk in storage cupboards and a superbly appointed shower room /wc.
Leading past the kitchen, the apartment almost doubles its width to span the entire frontage of the building to provide a substantial living space featuring 4 wide industrial windows to the front and to one side divided to create the bedroom area with folding wall, bathroom and separate wc. A pair of original double warehouse doors open to reveal a Juliette balcony.
Gemini House was one of the first industrial conversions in the area and is situated at the southern end of the vibrant Bermondsey Street with its eclectic mix of boutiques, gastro pubs, bars, numerous restaurants and renowned White Cube Art Gallery. 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.