Standout Features
Property Description
A Stunning architecturally designed 6 Bedroom 6 En-suite bathroom Town House located in SE1.
Arranged over four floors and offering ample flowing natural light throughout. The property extends to circa 1600sq ft internally and has been expertly finished to an extremely high standard. A large sized designer family kitchen with double sink, two large fridge freezers & luxury fittings makes it ideal for professional sharers. The reception room adjoins the kitchen and with its large lateral skylight and floor to ceiling bi-fold doors opening onto a secluded private patio garden, it makes for a truly inviting and spectacular living/entertaining space.
Living accommodation is offered via SIX good sized bedrooms, each with excellent storage, and en-suite facilities. Finally, stairs leap upwards to the sixth bedroom with large window offering vies down the street and the shard in the distance.

* Price stated is for the Unfurnished option*

Best place to live 2018
The Sunday Times named Bermondsey 'the best place to live in London in 2018'. The newspaper said its choice 'reflects the rise of an area that epitomises the modern urban good life'.
Location and transport
Bermondsey is extremely well connected. It is served by the Jubilee line (zone 2) at Bermondsey tube station, the newly revamped London Bridge station (zone 1 Jubilee and Northern lines), the River Thames Clipper Service from London Bridge City Pier and South Bermondsey (zone 2) is on the rail network, just a few minutes' from London Bridge.

Culture:
The area's main artery Bermondsey Street is lined with popular bars, cafes, restaurants and shops and borders with Tanner Street park. It's also home to the White Cube Gallery and the Fashion and Textile Museum. Just off Bermondsey Street is Kino, an independent cinema showing arthouse films.

Open space:
Bermondsey's riverside walks take in many of south London's major landmarks, such as Southwark Cathedral, the Globe Theatre and the Oxo Tower. Bermondsey meets Surrey Quays at Southwark Park, where two modern art galleries - The Gallery and Dilston Grove are located. London Square Bermondsey also boasts eight courtyards and garden squares once completed.

Residents:
The area primarily attracts investors and professionals, especially City workers who enjoy being able to walk or cycle to work. Canary Wharf is just two stops away on the Jubilee line.

There is also an influx of parents buying properties for themselves and for children starting work or university, making Bermondsey a really diverse community to be a part of.

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Martin & Co 020 7387 1791

Bermondsey, London

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