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House for Sale in Carmarthen Place, SE1

2 Bedroom House

£1,550,000 Freehold

Energy Performance Certificates

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.

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2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 2 Receptions
  • 1081.00 sq ft
  • One of only three
  • Quietly located off Bermondey Street
  • Stunning contemporary interior
  • Interior flooded with natural light
  • Two bedrooms
  • Living space on first and second floors
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Excellent entertaining space
  • Under floor heating
  • Built from sustainable resources
  • Freehold


A rare opportunity to purchase one of only three award winning “eco structure” town houses, built entirely of sustainable resources such as Slovenian Spruce with Siberian Larch cladding. Located in this quiet secluded mews off Bermondsey Street. The superbly presented contemporary interior is arranged over three levels with a mass of natural light from floor to ceiling windows and a ceiling atrium.
Constructed in 2006 from prefabricated structural panels of solid wood, and tailor made in Slovenia together with double glazed windows throughout, the striking interior is configured with the living space on the upper floors to maximise the sense of space and with it natural light. With the entrance hall leading from the secure gated entrance, the lower floor provides the bedroom accommodation with two interconnecting bedrooms, adjacent shower room and cloakroom/wc.

The English Oak staircase leads to the first floor featuring the generous open plan living area, flooded with natural light from the ceiling atrium and featuring a white contemporary fitted kitchen with high gloss units providing excellent storage. The dining area is a wonderful entertaining space with adjacent sitting area facing towards floor to ceiling doors opening to a Juliette balcony and with views of The Shard. The staircase continues to the top floor with the principal living space and study to one side, and the full width bi folding doors provide an almost seamless connection with the private and secluded roof terrace.

Carmarthen Place is a cobbled alley leading between 70 and 72 Bermondsey Street and is believed to date from the early 18th Century. Although adjacent to the vibrant Bermondsey Street, the house enjoys a peaceful and secluded setting. Bermondsey Street is 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 also 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.