- Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse
- Believed to date from the late 18th Century
- Restoration and refurbishment completed in 2011
- Generous interior on four floors
- Two interconnecting reception rooms
- Separate dining room and fully equipped kitchen
- Private South facing walled garden
A superbly presented Grade II listed Georgian house dating from the late 18th century, with extensively renovated interior over four floors. Situated in the corner of Bermondsey Square, and complimented by a south facing walled garden and parking space.
The sympathetic restoration and renovation, completed in 2011, included complete rewiring and Nest connected heating system, together with secondary glazing throughout the house integrated into bespoke wooden shutters made to match the existing wood panelling. Of particular note are the retained original features such as early Georgian floor boards, fire places (with operating chimneys), sash windows and wood pannelling throughout the house. The superbly presented interior features two light and bright interconnecting sitting rooms on the ground floor with original dividing doors. The lower floor provides a spacious dining room with fully fitted and equipped kitchen with double doors to the garden. The first floor features the main bedroom extending the full width of the house, with two double sash windows and fitted shutters facing into the square. Adjacent is the large bathroom/shower room and the half landing provides useful storage with the study beyond. There are two further double bedrooms on the second floor.
At the rear the private south facing walled garden is extensively paved with York Stone with well stocked raised flower beds and a pair of wooden gates provide vehicular access leading from Trocette Mansions behind.
Bermondsey Square is now the home of the renowned Bermondsey Antiques Market (every Friday morning), together with the Bermondsey Square Hotel and independent cinema. The vibrant Bermondsey Street has an eclectic mix of boutiques, gastro pubs, bars, numerous restaurants and popular White Cube Art Gallery. Tanner Street Park includes tennis courts. 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.