- 1738.00 sq ft
- Grade II listed and believed to date from 1720's
- In the heart of Bermondsey Street
- Interior of immense character spanning three floors
- West facing roof garden
- Many original features
- One of a few remaining freehold houses on Bermondsey Street
- Generous living and entertaining space
- Main bedroom with shower room
- No Onward Chain
The second floor continues with a wealth of original features and provides a master bedroom suite with shower room. The approach to the shower itself, conceals a generous range of built-in storage.
The third floor provides a further two bedrooms, one of which has a wooden wash basin and the other an ingenious staircase concealed in the built shelving and leads to the mezzanine in the loft ideal as a further sleeping area.
The house is situated at the northern end of the fashionable 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. It is the home of art galleries such as the White Cube and Zandra Rhodes' Fashion and Textile Museum. Nearby Bermondsey Square has the weekly antiques market and is home of the Kino independent cinema. 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 close, 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).