A large two bedroom, two bathroom apartment set in this Grade II listed building on Tooley Street. Originally designed by Sir Aston Webb and has had a variety of uses over the years including the general offices of a distillery and headquarters of a cheese manufacturers. Sympathetically converted in 2001 into 14 apartments the best architectural elements of the building were retained including the grand entrance and atrium. Residents in the building also benefit from two communal roof terraces and allocated storage in the basement.
The apartment can be accessed via the main entrance and also at street level. It features an open plan kitchen plus dining-living area, master bedroom with ensuite, a second double bedroom with ensuite, and small study area and a guest toilet. It benefits from two large basement storage units which comprise four full height cupboards with slate shelves.
Residents benefit from a lift, two communal roof terraces which are well maintain are south facing and offer views towards the Shard.
Located close to London Bridge Station and Tower bridge transport links are excellent. From London Bridge, Jubilee and Northern line as well as National Rail, a walk across Tower bridge takes you to Tower Hill underground (District and Circle Line) and the many bars, restaurants, and shops of Bermondsey Street, the markets at Borough and Maltby street and restaurants of Shad Thames.
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