Presented to the market in exceptional condition, it boasts an expanse of exposed concrete to truly tell the story of the construction, namely ‘a concrete frame’ which gave the property its early name of The Frame House. The visible retention of polished concrete floors and ceilings is a thrilling aesthetic.
Each of the upper levels to the North-East facing facade have walls of structural glass allowing the maximum amount of natural light into each space and all slide open to their own balconies, whilst internally the American Walnut finishing provides that touch of class.
Throughout the property the cast-in place concrete partitions remain evident and created the space as it is found today, however planning has been approved for the addition of two further floors and a new roof garden.
Accommodation currently comprises, integral garage with power door and utility room behind to the ground floor then up to the first floor where the impressive principal bedroom is located. This space provides a walk-in wardrobe that then leads through to the en-suite facilities that boast separate shower and bath tub.
The second floor is highly flexible but is currently configured as a reception room to the front of the property with the second bedroom or home office located to the rear and a family shower room sandwiched between.
The third floor provides a high specification kitchen that is fully equipped with high end fitted appliances and a large island that doubles as a breakfast bar. To the front of this floor there is ample space to dine and access to this levels balcony that offers views across the London skyline toward the City. To the rear is an enclosed courtyard where you can also find the access point to the private roof terrace.
Planning has been approved to add a two further floors to this already remarkable property and there is already space in the existing layout for the addition of an internal passenger lift.
Located in a vibrant area of London, close to the shops, bars
and restaurants of The Cut, as well as the culinary delights of Borough Market and cultural centres and green spaces of the South Bank further afield.
Transport connections are excellent, with Southwark
Underground Station 0.3 miles away, providing access to
the Jubilee Line. Waterloo Station is 0.5 miles away and is a
major connection for London Underground and National
Rail services. All distances and times quoted are