Mill Street, Shad Thames, London, SE1

£1,200 per week

3 bedroom Apartment

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Ref no: P206871

Tenant guide
Key Features
  • Warehouse features retained
  • Excellent specification
  • Large terrace
  • Dock and partial river views
  • Lift access
  • Convenient location
  • Parking by separate negotiation
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This stunning Penthouse apartment in Unity Wharf is one of the best examples of a Shad Thames warehouse conversion and is located along the inlet of St Saviour’s Dock.

The apartment has retained a rich variety of original warehouse characteristics including exposed brickwork, wood beams and vaulted ceilings. The vast reception/dining room with double-height ceilings, offers many configurations for using the entertaining space that best suits one’s needs. Off this room is a west facing balcony offering direct views onto the dock and partial views of the river. The modern kitchen is fully integrated and compliments the warehouse feel. There are two good sized double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, both of which have en-suites. The staircase leads to a mezzanine level which houses a guest bathroom. On the top floor is a second reception room / guest bedroom which has floor-to ceiling windows and leads out onto one of Shad Thames' largest, water fronted, private terraces. The property benefits from private parking (by separate negotiation) and lift access.

Unity Wharf is located amongst a cluster of stunning warehouse conversions along Mill Street in Shad Thames. The apartment is within a few minutes walk from the River Thames and the local amenities including a number of bars and restaurants. London Bridge station(Northern, Jubilee and main line trains) and Bermondsey station (Jubilee line) are equidistant from Unity Wharf.

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About Shad Thames

Located in the heart of the city, with gorgeous views of world-famous landmarks like Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, Shad Thames is widely regarded as one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods of the city.

During Victorian times the area was one of the largest warehouse complexes in the city, storing tea, coffee and spices. A well-thought out conversion to residential purposes preserved the unique spirit of the area, making it one of the most...