The front of this home is a cobbled, south-facing courtyard/driveway, with parking for two vehicles. The ground floor is arranged in two parts, designed to act independently when necessary. From the entrance, a large hallway provides access to a self-contained apartment, with a double bedroom and en suite shower room, two guest WCs, and a state-of-the-art cinema.
The house is arranged over three levels, the top of the home benefits from an incredible open plan reception/studio space flooded with light and warmth, with glazed glass walls and a Gyrofocus fireplace, a deconstructed summer kitchen and glazed bi-fold doors that open onto a roof garden.
A steel open-riser staircase leads down to the first-floor landing, with a double bedroom and a seating area on the other end. This floor also hosts the primary bedroom suite, which features Crittall glass walls leading to; a gas fire, freestanding bath, double vanities and a separate WC. The gorgeous kitchen has not cut any corners, with Corian worktops and walls, integrated Gaggenau and Siemens appliances.
Heading downstairs through a concealed door within the wall leads to a further two bedrooms and a shower room finished in polished concrete. Neighbourhood The house occupies a quiet strip in Bermondsey with close proximity to Rotherhithe station. Within a few hundred feet are the banks of the Thames and the green open spaces of King's Stairs Gardens and the larger Southwark Park. One can also find n array of theatres and film studios, as well as some renowned pubs and cafes, including The Mayflower, The Ship, The Brunel, and the popular WatchHouse Café. Brunel Road is extremely well located for transport links. Rotherhithe Station runs London Overground services to Shoreditch High Street and Highbury & Islington among others. Canada Water is a five-minute walk, for Jubilee Line services to London Bridge, Bond Street and Stratford International.
Council tax band: C