Instead of renting a homogenous box at the end of a long corridor in an unremarkable development, imagine having a proper house with its own front door and a pretty garden at the front. This one bedroom cottage is in a terrace of five former Alms houses built in 1820.
A wrought iron gate opens into a well-kept communal garden and a path leads to the green front door. Once inside, the house is arranged over two floors and has been freshly redecorated. Downstairs there is an open-plan living room, a cloakroom and a door off the hall that opens onto a yard at the back which provides room for one car to be parked. Upstairs there is a bright and airy landing and an en suite bedroom.
Glasshill Street is a quiet street in the heart of Southwark. It provides easy access to the City, London Bridge and Waterloo whilst the nearest underground stations are Borough and Southwark.