- 1131.00 sq ft
- Stunning interior
- Roof terrace with panoramic views
- En-suite shower room & bathroom
- Sixth floor
- Popular Jam Factory development
- Allocated parking space
The kitchen is fitted with Pronorm units including an island with Blanco sink and Quooker boiling water tap. The appliances are both Siemens (steam oven, conventional oven, warming drawer, dishwasher) and Miele, (dual zone wine fridge, washing machine and drier), the work surfaces are Neolith Calacatta and there is natural wood flooring throughout. Bespoke floor to ceiling cabinets in walnut house the double oven, conceal adjacent storage, provide shelving and cupboards for the dining space, and house the laundry room with washing machine, drier and useful storage accessible from the entrance lobby.
The main bedroom with floor to ceiling glazing provides wonderful light and the shower room, also re-designed, has a wet room shower, fully tiled walls, mirrored joinery and underfloor heating. A soundproofed and concealed sliding door leads into the second bedroom, currently arranged as a dressing room with custom made wardrobes, cupboards and drawers. The second bathroom is also superbly appointed.
A staircase rises to the electronically controlled skylight, and leads to the extensively paved roof terrace of almost 850 square feet with spectacular 360 degree views of The City skyline, plus many of London's landmark buildings. A fantastic place to watch the New Year fireworks at the London Eye! The apartment also has an allocated parking space in the underground garage.
Converted in to 190 apartments by Ian Simpson Architects in 2003, the building started life as a factory for Sir William Hartley's world-famous jam company and is a secure gated community with 24 hour concierge, underground parking and landscaped gardens. The development is a short walk to Bermondsey Street which has become one of London's most fashionable locations with an eclectic and unique blend of independent businesses, bars, boutiques and restaurants amongst art galleries such as the White Cube and Zandra Rhodes' Fashion and Textile Museum. The City is within easy walking distance and so is the nearby historic Borough Market, the River Thames, Tower Bridge and the Tate Modern. Borough Market is also within close proximity, as is Maltby Street/Ropewalk, the popular street food market. This zone 1 neighbourhood is well served by many transport links. There are plenty of bus routes on the doorstep and train links include London Bridge (National rail, Jubilee line and Northern line Underground), Borough station (Northern line Underground) and Elephant And Castle National rail, Bakerloo line Underground).