- Iconic warehouse development
- Interior of almost 1500 square feet
- Close to the fashionable Bermondsey Street
- Fourth and fifth floors ( Lift & stairs)
- Parking in underground garage
- Flexible interior with 2/3 bedrooms
A substantial duplex apartment in excellent condition. Sizeable living space and 2/3 bedrooms, on the fourth and fifth floor of iconic Tanners Yard warehouse development. Close to Bermondsey Street and within reach of London Bridge station.
Approached by lift and stairs from the rear courtyard of Tanners Yard, the former home and tannery of Barrow, Hepburn and Gale, the leather goods company, internationally known as the manufacturer of the iconic red Despatch Boxes. The apartment is an excellent duplex apartment with a substantial interior of almost 1,600 square feet providing generous living space, featuring a spacious sitting room on the 4th floor and adjacent well fitted kitchen. Both bedrooms on this floor are double rooms, complimented by a bathroom and shower room, both of which are superbly appointed. A staircase rises to the sizeable main bedroom on the 5th floor, which enjoys views of the Shard. If only two bedrooms are needed, this room could serve as a further sitting/ media/ TV room. The apartment includes a right to park in the underground garage. Tanners Yard is a very well-maintained residential development with its own resident's association ( TYRA - Tanners Yard Residents Association), a Property Superintendent and daytime concierge/caretaker.
Tanners Yard stands close to the junction of Long Lane and Bermondsey Street. The vibrant Bermondsey Street now 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 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.