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2 Bedroom flat The Penthouse, Hop Studios, SE1 £950,000

A rare chance to purchase this stunning two bedroom, three bathroom, penthouse apartment within this superb converted building on the edge of Shad Thames. The property has been finished to the highest of specifications and includes luxury kitchen and two

Guide Price £950,000 - £1,000,000.

Located at the southern tip of Butler's Wharf, adjacent to the River Thames, this one-of-a-kind luxury apartment features exposed brickwork, a stunning Poggenpohl kitchen with central island and a Lutron digital sound and lighting system.

Both bedroom's have their own luxury ensuites and the attractive brushed wood planks extend throughout the apartment.

Situated on the edge of Shad Thames, the property offers easy access to the area's fine restaurants and bars and is within reach of London Bridge Mainline and Bermondsey Jubilee Line Stations. The building is the perfect location for access to walks into Shad Thames and along the banks of the River Thames, steeped in history and enchanting character. Adjacent to the historical Tower Bridge, Shad Thames and its surrounding areas originally housed the largest warehouse complex in London. These warehouses contained huge quantities of commodities such as tea, coffee and spices, thus lending the names to many of the residential developments to which the warehouses were converted, including The Hop Studios, Coriander Court and Tea Trade Wharf amongst others. A variety of bars and restaurants are also within walking distance.

Throughout its history, the South Bank has twice functioned as an entertainment district, separated by a hundred years of industrial use. Today the area is a significant tourist destination and a cultural mecca for arts and entertainment.

Home to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre as well as the Tate Modern, SE1 offers a bohemian lifestyle to the elite. Some of London's finest restaurants are located in the area, with Borough Market at the core of the community.

The area is very accessible and whilst many residents walk across Tower Bridge into the city, there are also good transport links via London Bridge Mainline Station, underground (Jubilee and Northern lines) and Tower Hill (District and Circle lines). Another transport option is the River Taxi at Hays Galleria or St Katharine Docks.

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