This exclusive address comprises just twelve apartments and provides spectacular southerly views across the City of London waterfront towards The Tate Modern and The Globe.
A genuinely rare opportunity to secure an outstanding property which is enviably located on the sunny north bank of the Thames. Norfolk House comprises just twelve apartments and was built on the site of the London Residence of the Earls and Dukes of Norfolk. It is easy to see why they chose this position and modern inhabitants will benefit equally from the stunning southerly view across the Thames to the Globe Theatre and the Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge and west to a glimpse of the London Eye. Not only is the property situated in front of the world heritage site of St. Pauls Cathedral but its location is highly convenient for those working in the City. This apartment is on the second floor of the building which takes full advantage of the river view.
The interior specification is excellent and the minimalist style complements the post-modern architecture of the building. With good ceiling height and a very large entrance hall the apartment feels open and spacious from the moment you cross the threshold. The connection with the river provides a further sense of space.
Outside the front door, the common areas have just been refurbished to a high standard and there is a secure car park underneath.
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