A rare opportunity to own a house on the Tower Bridge waterfront. This freehold home spans 1,621 sq ft over three floors. WATCH THE VIDEO!
Houses are a rare commodity on the Tower Bridge waterfront and this is perhaps the most luxurious.
This immaculate modern house was thoroughly refurbished in 2016 introducing elements of high quality early 20th century design. The house covers three floors spanning over 1620 sq ft.
The first floor includes a gym and a front room both of which could be easily converted into bedrooms. The house opens to a spacious hallway with herringbone pattern 20mm oak flooring that is laid throughout the first floor.
Up the staircase, rudimentary spindles and handrails have been replaced with a contemporary barley twist design in solid oak. This leads to a generous living space that is smart, stylish and highly practical. The sitting room spans the width of the property meaning that it boasts both river views and a south facing balcony that looks over the patio garden at the rear. It is also complemented by a Gazco Manhattan gas stove.
The top landing has two spacious doubles with plenty of wardrobe space and carpets by Crucial Trading made using New Zealand wool. The master bedroom has a waterfront balcony repaved in limestone.
The loft has been fully insulated and boarded with power and heating installed, ideal for storage or ready for conversion into further living space.
Bermondsey Wall East is in the heart of the old Docklands, in between Rotherhithe village and Butlers Wharf. The house sits well away from busy traffic and has a pleasant aspect over trees and the river.
The area provides easy access to Canary Wharf and the West End via the Jubilee Line from nearby Bermondsey tube station (within a five minute walk). The bars and restaurants at Butlers Wharf are also within a short walk along the river front.
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